Why We Give
God is generous and has blessed us and he calls us to be generous in return. Everything we have comes from God. It is our goal to glorify God with all the gifts we have and that includes our finances.
God does not need our money, as He is the creator of the universe and the author of salvation. And yet we know He is pleased to see His children caring for and sharing with each other.
When we seek to serve God, our attention goes away from keeping everything for ourselves and it changes to a desire to be generous, knowing that what we have is not ours, but that we are just keepers for a little while of all that belongs to God.
Anyone who has two shirts should share with the one who has none, and anyone who has food should do the same. Luke 3:11
We love because he first loved us. 1 John 4:19
Ways to Give
Who We Support
Pillars homeless shelters
We actively support our local homeless shelter by preparing and serving meals on a monthly basis. In addition, we have an annual collection of socks and donate in December to the residents. It is a blessing for us to be involved with such a great work in our community.
Wisconsin Christian Youth Camp (WCYC)
A great youth camp in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. We have been involved with the camp for decades as campers, volunteers, counselors and supporters.
Cambodia Christian Ministries (CCM)
We have joined with the Walnut Hill church of Christ in their important support of the great mission work in Cambodia. We have had an annual campaign in late fall to raise money for this mission. CCM continues the ministry of Jesus by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of the poorest of the poor in Cambodia’s remote villages.
Church of Christ Disaster Relief Effort (CCDRE)
This organization has its mission to be a resource around the country where natural disasters strike. We are happy to join hands and help in a small way to come alongside them in that mission. In 2022, the church sponsored a group who traveled to Kentucky to help clean up and share God's love with those recovering from tornadoes that hit in 2021. More recently we donated over $2,000 to CCDRE for the Maui wild fires.