Guest House of Milwaukee
1216 N. 13th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53205
In 1982, Milwaukee churches
addressed homelessness by supporting a center for homeless men. The Guest House currently provides shelter for 86 adult men per evening. It is the largest publicly funded emergency shelter in Milwaukee. Our outreaching includes providing bag lunches twice a month, clothes and gifts during the holidays and we participate in the Undy 500.
Meru Coffee Project
P. O. Box 313
Waukesha, Wisconsin, 53187-0313
Justice Never Tasted So Good. The Meru Coffee Project helps coffee farmers in Tanzania to receive a fair price for their goods and provide a superior product. Grace participates in the Meru Project by making coffee and fair trade chocolate available to members for purchase, as well as donating coffee to the Guest House.
All Peoples Gathering
2600 N. 2nd Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
All People's Gathering is located in central Milwaukee and welcomes ALL. Their ministries include Wednesday Night Alive, a food pantry, neighborhood garden, apple orchard, Thanksgiving Meal, a parish nurse and community activism. Our involvement includes monthly support on Wednesday nights, school supplies for children, choir swaps, cooking and serving of annual community Thanksgiving meal, support of VBS and gifts during the holidays
Soles for Jesus
8480 N. 87th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53224
To provide new and gently-used shoes to the people of Africa who desperately need them.
“Reaching out to all people as Disciples of Christ, we serve God, proclaim our faith and care for all creation.”
303 Green Bay Road ~ Thiensville, Wisconsin 53092 ~ 262-242-1174
Quilts for Lutheran World Relief
700 Light Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230 USA
Imagine the comfort and care you feel when you snuggle under a comforter or wear a piece of clothing made or worn by a loved one. That’s the feeling your share through an LWR Mission Quilt. Useful for shielding against the cold and rain, and for warm bedding, quilts can also be purposed as simple tents, floor coverings, or a wrap to hold a baby on a mother’s back. In a simple combination of fabric and thread, you reach out to people in their time of greatest need with a strong message of hope – you are not alone.