Local Missions

We partner with community agencies to help serve those in need and share the good news of Jesus with them. To learn more about one of these ministries, visit this page to let us know!

  • Arnette house

    The Arnette House provides temporary and long-term housing for fostered children ages 10-17. Cross Pointe holds weekly Bible studies at the Arnette House along with providing other means of support throughout the year.  

  • hands of mercy everywhere

    Hands of Mercy Everywhere (HOME) is a group home in Belleview committed to helping pregnant teenager girls. Through providing parenting classes, counseling, and resources, they strive to help these young women both before and after the baby is born. Cross Pointe provides their paper products and detergent needs for the year by providing donations at the beginning of each year. There are also opportunities to serve these women on a weekly or occasional basis.

  • Interfaith emergency services

    Interfaith Emergency Services provides a full range of services and assistance for individuals and families of Marion County. We serve individuals and families in need, including food, clothing, and temporary housing. Whether it is by providing backpacks filled with food to needy children every week, assisting with short-term financial needs such as electric bills, helping families transition from homelessness to having a home, and through a number of other ministries, there are many, many ways in which we can partner with those in need. 

  • women's pregnancy center

    The Women's Pregnancy Center offers help to those dealing with an unplanned pregnancy by offering free ultrasounds, counseling, and support. Their mission is to assist these future moms and encourage them to "choose life." Every November, Cross Pointe participates in the annual "Walk for Life," and there are many opportunities to serve the organization on a weekly or occasional basis.


    Wear Gloves is an organization committed to helping those in need earn what they need. Through a number of ways, Wear Gloves helps homeless men and women use their gifts and talents to earn what they need, develop new and valuable skills, and receive support as they transition into housing, the workforce, and beyond.