PARTNERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS

The following organizations and philanthropies are supported by The Chapel at Crosspoint Outreach Team.

LOCAL INDIVIDUAL
& FAMILY BENEVOLENCE

The Chapel at Crosspoint provides direct financial support to individuals and families with the basic need circumstances of shelter and food.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of Walton County is a non-profit Christian ministry dedicated to the elimination of substandard housing. We provide opportunities for the community to show God’s love in action, in partnership with people in need as we help break the cycle of poverty by building decent affordable housing and improving the quality of life of our partner families.

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HOPE FOR THE WORLD FOUNDATION

Hope For The World Foundation is a faith-based humanitarian (501C3) organization that is sharing God’s love for people throughout the world by providing for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. It’s simple really.

Jesus tells us in Matthew 25, “When I was hungry, and you fed me, I was thirsty and you gave me drink. I was a stranger, and you invited me into your home. I was naked and you gave me clothing. I was sick, and you cared for me…When you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were doing it to me!”

We believe the closest thing to God’s heart is to show His love to others and take care of those in need.  By doing this, by being “God’s Hands” to those in need, we have the opportunity to share the love of Christ with them.

877-815-HFTW [4389]

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TRUTH EVANGELISTIC MINISTRY, TEM

A non-profit who provides disaster relief in the aftermath of natural disasters. The direct area of our support is to the country of Haiti in an ongoing effort to bring relief after the massive earthquake.

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SHELTER HOUSE

Supports victims of domestic violence by providing shelter, intervention and primary prevention programs to the community through education, awareness and advocacy.

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CARING & SHARING

Provides food and assistance to our neighbors through the support of volunteers and contributors. A non-profit that, among other services, provides families and individuals with food, clothing, medical drugs and prescriptions, utility and cooling bill help, rent and shelter assistance when someone is facing a crisis of emergency situation. In addition, they also assist those people in need with providing them with other miscellaneous needs.

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

A non-profit designed to provide school children with food options that are both healthy and easy for them to prepare and fit into a backpack in order to have food for the week-end when school provided breakfast and lunch are not provided. This program continues throughout the summer and holidays.

CROSSROADS MEDICAL & DENTAL CLINIC

Delivers quality health care and other related professional services to low-income, uninsured adults through creative collaborative partnerships with our community and provides free access to primary care to those most in need. These services are provided by volunteers of the Community Health Care Professionals. Crossroads is committed to deliver services in a caring, supportive environment that respects the dignity of each patient.

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CHILDRENS VOLUNTEER HEALTH NETWORK (CVHN)

It is a faith based 501(c)3 organization, established in 2005 in direct response to Walton and Okaloosa counties’ large population of families who are unable to access high quality health services due to the unavailability (or inadequacy) of insurance.

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EMERALD COAST FELLOWSHIP OF CHURCHES

A family of local Churches located in Okaloosa and Walton Counties who have joined together to encourage and equip one another to fulfill the Great Commission. Efforts include medical clinics, dental clinics, housing improvements, and support ministries to the underprivileged, volunteer outreaches, disaster relief, and local relief initiatives.

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MUSCOGEE NATION

Relief project assisting at risk children and families in need in the Bruce community of the Muscogee Creek Indian Nation; a hand up effort and not a hand out.

MINISTRY OPPORTUNITIES

Standing committees are the avenues by which ministry opportunities are delivered to our community and church. Memberships in these committees are voluntary. The following are the Standing Committees and a brief, but not exhaustive, overview of responsibilities

responsible for the total finances of the congregation and is accomplished by budgeting, receipt and disbursement of funds and promotion of stewardship within the congregation
responsible for the care and maintenance of church facilities and property and is accomplished by securing by hire or volunteers the inspection, repair and maintenance of church grounds
responsible for reaching out to those in need in our community and is accomplished by financial gifts, donated items and volunteer efforts
responsible for strengthening the church’s membership and is accomplished by promotion, visitation and drawing individuals of the community into the activities of the church
responsible for creating an environment that is conducive to prayer and religious experience and is accomplished by assisting the pastoral staff in worship aids, liturgical year decorations/themes and ceremonial preparation