In crisis, you’ve shown just how mighty the Mighty Oak is! Through your generosity, we:
Collected approximately 3,500lbs of non-perishable items at the Oakley Food Drive and donated items to MEAC (Madisonville Education and Assistance Center), Episcopal Retirement Services, and Villedge (they mentor and take care of at risk youth.)
Also known as the Mighty Oak, we serve neighborhoods in the Greater Cincinnati area including Hyde Park, Mt. Lookout, Madisonville, Mariemont, Norwood, Oakley, Pleasant Ridge and Roselawn…or really, people from any neighborhood.
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Chuck is the Oakley Community Pastor. He spent nine years at Procter & Gamble before taking a leap of faith to work in ministry. He grew up in Philadelphia but now calls Cincinnati home. He even roots for the Bengals on occasion. He has been married to his wife Maria for 15 years, and they have three children, Nathan, Samuel, and Isabel. Chuck is passionate about his relationship with Jesus, his family, running, and performing as the lead singer with the Man Camp band.
Healthcare workers on the frontlines of this pandemic are constantly at risk of getting infected. We get to BE the Church and we are inviting our entire community to join us in making masks for these professionals. Go here for more details on how to get started.
During these challenging times, we want to come alongside you as the church and offer you care, through Listening and Prayer. You may be experiencing an emotional or spiritual crisis or simply feel confused. You may have a friend, family member or loved one in the hospital. Maybe you just need to talk and process how you are feeling.
Crossroads will not be meeting physically at sites for a minimum of 4 weeks but one thing we know for sure: we’re not closing church—we’re launching Church. Connection and caring for others will look different over the next month. Click here for online community and resources to BE the Church.
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