Our mission efforts touch the lives of many people. Projects range in location from Southminster’s own Arlington Heights and surrounding Chicagoland communities, to various locations throughout the United States and across the globe. To learn more about some of our mission partners, click on the blue links below:
Campus Ministry for U.I.C.
Helps at risk kids through education and supportive services: family centered approach.
Provides temporary housing and a two-year mentoring program for near-homeless employed or employable families living or working in Arlington Heights.
Health care professionals form medical mission teams to help improve conditions for people in Guatemala.
Packages food for distribution to starving children all over the world.
Provides a continuum of housing from a women’s and children’s shelter, through subsidized housing on to home ownership under a co-op structure.
Provides shelter along with services, mentoring and temporary housing leading to self-sufficiency for the homeless and near homeless in the Northwest Suburbs.
A church supported home and school in central Illinois for youth with severe emotional and behavioral issues.
Connect with Chicago homeless through street outreach, youth shelter and support services.
Provides a place for parents with hospitalized children.
Gives shoes to the needy around the world.
Builds/rehabs homes for low-income families in the northwest suburbs.
Distributes food in Northwest Suburbs