Serve in the Community

We are committed to Transforming the Triangle and the World! This means using our gifts, abilities, and resources to help people connect to God.

How Can You Get Involved?

There are many opportunities that need a helping hand and a joyful heart. It may not sound like much, but simple tasks like collecting food or thrift store contributions, sorting donations at a food pantry, tutoring an elementary student in reading, or using your handyman skills, are all tremendous blessings to our community.

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    Missions: Moving Forward 

    Missions: Moving Forward
    You can get involved in missions today! We have several opportunities for you to connect, grow, serve, pray and give in missions:

    Contact us HERE and we'll connect you with opportunities that relate to your passion in the Triangle and around the world.

    Grow: We work with individuals, classes, groups and teams to discover why missions is so important. We explore a video series that explains the who, what, when, where and why of missions. See the video series trailer here. We also offer individual coaching for your small group or class to learn more about missions. Contact us to learn more.

    Serve: With 60+ local community partners and more than a dozen global partners, Crossroads Missions focuses on brokering strategic relationships between individuals and opportunities. Check out any of our missions pages below or view our partner book for potential opportunities.

    Pray: Pray for our community partners, missionaries, people who have never heard of Jesus and those within our church to be called to serve God's Kingdom. Our partners are grateful for your prayers and encouragement.

    Give: Your giving to Crossroads Fellowship supports our community partners, global missionaries and more. You can visit for more information on how to support Crossroads Missions.

    The Missions Thrift Store also supports our global partners and missions trip teams. You can learn more about donating and shopping to make an impact HERE.

    If you'd like to give to a specific missionary, you can visit "Our Missionaries" page. 

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    2020 Community Partners Book

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    Community Partners
    Serve in the Triangle

    We are committed to Transforming the Triangle and the World! This means using our gifts, abilities, and resources to help people connect to God.

    How Can You Get Involved?

    There are many opportunities that just need a helping hand and a joyful heart. It may not sound like much, but simple tasks like collecting food or thrift store contributions, sorting donations at a food pantry, tutoring an elementary student in reading, or using your handyman skills, are all tremendous blessings to our community.

    If you are very passionate about a special cause, contact one of our local partners below to see what you can do to transform the Triangle!

    Missions Thrift Store

    Lorri Winter
    919-981-0222 x122

    Providing new, gently used goods and clothing at an affordable price with proceeds benefiting local and global missions outreach.

    Hope Reins of Raleigh

    Hilary Schofield

    Pairing hurting kids with rescued horses to find true hope and real healing.

    Green Chair Project

    Kerry Celestine
    (Kathleen Lichtenstein)

    Working together to provide everyone the comforts of home.

    Raleigh Dream Center

    Jeremy Porras

    Bringing hope and restoration through the message of the Gospel for people in the Triangle through community programs such as critical food aid, student reading programs, community Bible studies and Adopt-a-Block.

    Shepherd Youth Ranch

    Ashley Boswell

    Providing hope and restoration to the hurting through a unique relationship with a horse.

    New Life Camp

    Bo Roberts

    Loving and accepting children right where they are and walking with them towards God's best for their lives through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.


    Laura Goulian

    Eliminating child abuse in Wake County by helping adults and children create nurturing environments free from abuse and neglect.

    Communities in Schools of Wake County

    LaToya Jeffreys Montague

    Surrounding students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

    Prison Alliance

    (Christian Library International)

    Tim Curington

    Advancing Christ's Light in Prisons

    Passsage Home

    Cory Godwin
    919-834-0666 x241

    Developing people, developing places, strengthening communities.

    Raleigh Rescue Mission

    919-828-9014 x126

    Realizing transformed lives and a transformed community through Christ.  We offer short and long-term transitional housing and recovery for men, women and women with children.


    Brooke Powers

    Proactively building solid marriages....saving your marriage before it starts.

    North Raleigh Ministries

    Kara Gravinese
    919-844-6676 x152

    Providing individuals and families in crisis with food, financial and other crucial assistance in a Christian environment.

    Finely YMCA

    Heather Milne

    Putting Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

    Alliance Medical Ministry

    919-250-3320  x418

    Affordable healthcare for uninsured working families.

    Note In The Pocket

    Dallas Bonavita

    Working with homeless and transitional housing programs and Wake County Public School System social workers to identify those in need.

    Refugee Hope Partners

    Rebecca Camplejohn

    Loving our refugee neighbors with the hope of the Gospel! Engaging families and individuals as they face cultural, practical and emotional hurdles. Equipping hands, minds and souls for independence with dignity. Encouraging healthy relationships & spiritual growth with the hope that all will thrive.


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    Food Donations

    Food Donations
    One way we love our zip codes is by collecting food all year long to benefit local food pantries. Food is collected weekly and during church-wide food drives.

    How Do I Get Involved?

    Collect non-perishable pantry items in your neighborhood or by donate a bag of canned or boxed food. We partner with Raleigh Dream Center and North Raleigh Ministries Food Pantry for food donations. Check out their websites by clicking the links above or you can drop off your donation at the Millbrook Campus South or West Welcome Centers or at the Wake Forest Campus office. Thank you for helping to eliminate hunger in our community. Matthew 25:31-40

    Suggested Donations for Weekly Collection (no glass please):

    • Canned meats: tuna, chicken
    • Canned fruits: peaches, pears, etc
    • Canned vegetables: peas, green beans, corn
    • Canned beans: black, pinto, or pork & beans
    • Canned soups: chicken noodle, tomato, etc
    • Canned meals: Spaghetti O's
    • Low sugar cereal
    • Powdered or boxed milk
    • Quick prepare meals: Hamburger Helper, etc
    • Applesauce cups or fruit cups
    • Peanut butter and jelly
    • Spaghetti pasta & sauce (no Ramen noodles)
    • Rice
    • Juice or juice boxes
    • Bar soap and toilet paper (not available with Food Stamps)

    You may also make a monetary donation:

    1. Give Online — Text CRFNC to 77977 or visit and select "food" in the drop down menu.
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    Ginny Bradshaw - Community Chaplain

    Ginny serves as a local missionary to small businesses and neighbors in the area surrounding Crossroads Fellowship's Millbrook campus by providing practical, emotional, and spiritual support through encouragement and prayer.

    In her words, "Each day I get to be God's hands and feet in our community." During her visits, Ginny shares information about Crossroads, asks for prayer requests, and serves as a liaison to support and encourage our neighbors.

    She is supported by Crossroads members and others in the community.

    How you can support Ginny:

    • Pray for the leading of the Holy Spirit in Ginny's life and this ministry
    • Email an encouraging note about how the ministry has blessed you
    • Participate on her support team through prayer
    • Share about Ginny's ministry with others
    • Make a one-time donation, or become a regular supporter:
      1. Give Online — Under 'FUND' select Chaplain MB Community
      2. Give by Check — Make a tax deductible check to "Crossroads Fellowship" with "MB Community Chaplain" in the memo

    About Ginny

    Ginny has been a member at Crossroads Fellowship since 1990 and has been involved in many aspects of ministry. She loves to be involved in community events, spend time with family and friends, and enjoys going to the beach.

    Ginny lives and ministers through Romans 12:15 — "Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep."


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    Pat Teague - Community Chaplain

    Pat Teague is a Community Sports Chaplain to private and public schools, including local universities, where our students attend. Pat reaches out to athletic directors, coaches, and students.

    The sports programs within our school systems have suffered recent budget cuts. As a result, sports leaders for these students are discouraged. One of the goals in his ministry is to be a blessing to the leaders and students (Luke 10).

    The two areas where students express their life message are through the arts and sports. In the arena of sports, students can express their values, goals, and dreams. If we can reach athletes where they live, they can genuinely connect with Jesus.

    Pat is excited about his partnership with Crossroads and serving in the mission field of sports and schools. Together we are building the Kingdom of God to impact our community and the world. Could God be calling you to join us as we reach our city for Jesus?

    How you can support Pat:

    • Pray for the leading of the Holy Spirit in Pat's life and this ministry
    • Email an encouraging note about how the ministry has blessed you
    • Participate on his support team through prayer
    • Share about Pat's ministry with others
    • Make a one-time donation, or become a regular supporter:
      1. Give Online — Under 'FUND' select Chaplain SMO
      2. Give by Check — Make a check to "Crossroads Fellowship"
        with "Chaplain SMO" in the memo

    About Pat

    Pat is a member of Crossroads Fellowship and an ordained minister, having served at a local church here in Raleigh for 13 years. He is happily married to Sheila and has three wonderful children. Pat played football with NC State and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he has been a speaker for over 25 years with Fellowship of Christian Athletes.


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    Missions Thrift Store

    The Missions Thrift Store is open for shopping and donations.  Thrift Store staff will be wearing masks and gloves as well as disinfecting all shopping carts and counters.

    We request that all customers practice social distancing while shopping. We are so excited to see everyone in the store!

    Sign up to receive coupons, sale alerts, specials and news from the Missions Thrift Store!

    The Missions Thrift Store provides new and gently used goods and clothing at an affordable price. Proceeds from the store go toward local and global missions outreach including our community partners, local schools, mission trip teams and our ministry partner, Deaf Opportunity OutReach (DOOR). Donate, shop or volunteer to impact our community and the world!

    The store is located in the warehouse section of the Millbrook Campus; enter through the North side of the building. Look for The Missions Thrift Store signs on the property. The Thrift Store does not deliver furniture or any items to your home or business.

    Store Hours:

    Sunday  -  Closed
    Monday  -  Closed
    Tuesday - Saturday:  9am - 6pm

    *Visit our Volunteer page to fill out the application and sign up!

    Regular Volunteer Hours:
    Sunday  -  Closed
    Monday -  10am -1pm
    Tuesday - Friday  -  10am- 4pm

    Small, non-breakable items or bags of clothing and shoes can be placed in one of our two drop off bins at either campus (see below). Larger or breakable items including furniture may be dropped off during volunteer hours (listed above). The Thrift Store does not pick up items from your home or business.

    • Millbrook Campus, on the east side of the building
    • Wake Forest Campus, in the back parking lot

    Items Accepted for Donation
    Kids Toys/Clothing/Shoes
    Men's/Women's Clothing & Shoes
    Pots, Pans, Dishes, Silverware
    Small Kitchen Appliances

    Items Not Accepted for Donation
    Gas Stoves/Tanks
    Office Furniture

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    Helping Hands

    Is construction work something you enjoy?

    Are you handy with a hammer or paint brush?

    Can you fix a garbage disposal, ceiling light or an electrical outlet?

    Do you have experience with plumbing?

    Helping Hands is a ministry to members of our church who are unable to make necessary household repairs due to financial or physical limitations.

    Contact Marcel Plante to learn more about Helping Hands.

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    Sports Missions Outreach

    What is Sports Missions Outreach?

    Sports Missions Outreach (SMO) is an outreach ministry using sports to share the great news of Jesus Christ, the ultimate athlete. He faced the challenge set before Him and conquered. I Corinthians 9:24 tells us to run the race of life in such a way as to win. This ministry is all about helping you win that race that is set before you. Hebrews 12:1-2 explains to us that there is a great crowd of witnesses cheering for you. We are a part of that crowd cheering you on! But we cannot run it for you. Only you can run the race God has given you to impact the world around you.

    Ways to Donate to SMO:

    By using Text to Give - text an amount & the keyword "SMO" to 919.948.4242 (ie. text $100 SMO)
    Online using debit card - log in using an existing account or choose "Pay as Guest." Enter the amount in "Other" and specify "SMO" in "Specify Other.
    By check - Mail or drop off a check to Crossroads Fellowship, 2721 E Millbrook Rd, Raleigh, NC 27604. Write "SMO" in the memo of your check.

    Click HERE to learn more about SMO.

    Click HERE to purchase a 7-Play playbook.

    Click HERE to contact Pat Teague. *Sports Missions Outreach can minister to your local schools and athletes.



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    City Reaching Foundation

    Making a Difference in Our Community

    The mission of Crossroads is to transform the Triangle and the World. One of the ways we do this is by partnering with local agencies to address the needs of the community in the areas of compassionate outreach, personal empowerment and next generation outreach.

    We believe that by helping to meet the basic needs of our community, such as food, clothing, furniture, affordable housing and medical care, we can help pave the path toward self-sustainability.

    We also believe that by helping to meet the mental and emotional needs of our community, such as pregnancy education and care, prison aftercare and family support, we can help the members of our community move beyond self-sustainability toward growth.

    And finally, we believe that by partnering with local agencies who pour into the next generation through mentoring relationships, addressing the needs of at-risk youth and by supporting our schools, we can transform the Triangle beyond our generation.

    If you or your agency would like to help us transform the Triangle, please fill out an application:

    • Foundation Letter to Applicant: Word or PDF
    • Missions City Reaching Funding Application: Word or PDF
    • Missions City Reaching Re-Application: Word or PDF

    *Deadline for each application to be received is December 7, 2020.