Serve In the Community
Hear ye! Hear ye! The Mission and Outreach Standing Committee has good news: 2019 is the Year of Pontiac! Meet our five amazing Community Partners who are making a huge difference in our neighbor next to us.
All Saints Episcopal Church, with their robust Saturday ministries that include a full breakfast and a produce market in a food desert.
Bound Together, a tutoring ministry for elementary aged students.
Baldwin Center, a soup kitchen and a clothing closet.
The Oakland County Jail receives our prayers, letters and we have one chaplain visiting regularly.
Micah 6, our newest Community Partner, is a ministry immersed in Pontiac by intentionally living, worshiping and working in the city.
Community Partners are non-profit organizations to whom we are committed to help their mission in as many ways as we can. They provide many opportunities for service that include short-term, “one and done” events and longer term projects that include utilizing participants’ professional skills.
- Prepare and serve breakfast at All Saints.
- Serve lunch at the Baldwin Center Soup Kitchen.
- Share the love at St. Anne’s Mead
- Plant at Keep Growing Detroit.
- Beautify the grounds at Sanctum House.
- Prepare and serve a meal on MLK Sunday with people of other faiths.
To learn more about the work of Mission and Outreach at Christ Church Cranbrook, chairperson David Jensen created this brochure to get you excited!