Volunteers pay phone and in-person visits to home-bound persons and others, provide respite for family members, send cards, run errands, provide rides to doctors and to church, help with shopping, and try in general to be “a friend indeed” for those in need.
Crossroads welcomes homeless families with children – four times a year, a week at a time – to spend the night as the Family Promise organization mobilizes existing community resources to help the families transition to sustainable independence.
Coordinates food and fund drive to support the Hawai‘i Food Bank.
Meets weekly (Tuesday 9:30am) for craft activities, food, and talk-story: parallel play (bring your own craft project!) or knit / crochet blankets for those in hospital, caps for those undergoing chemo treatments, and lei for special events at Crossroads and beyond.
I.H.S. (Institute of Human Services) Cooking
For over 30 years, teams of Crossroaders and members of the wider community cook every single Saturday of the year, sending hot, nutritious meals to the I.H.S. shelter.
An ecumenical ministry on O‘ahu providing fellowship and worship for people with disabilities, “a resource ministry promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities in Christ-led churches.”
A group from Crossroads covenants to pray every day for prayer requests made through worship and other contact with the church.