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Project Crossroads | Get Involved

Get Involved


Your prayers are the greatest assets to the effective ministry of Project Crossroads. Pray for all who serve with us in mission and lift up those with whom we serve that the presence of Christ may be fully known and shared.



Project Crossroads emphasizes hands-on missions. You may serve as an individual or bring a volunteer mission team to assist us in our ministries. Our volunteer work teams enable us to serve families with hands-on mission through our housing rehabilitation, home ownership, firewood ministries, and service to the elderly through our Matthew Hub. Project Crossroads teams also work with other United Methodist ministries, such as UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief), to help those in need when big disasters strike.

Sponsor a Summer Intern

Your church or organization can sponsor a young person of college age to work with our summer program for ten weeks. The intern will assist our volunteer work teams and provide on-site supervision.


In order to be in mission and meet the needs of those we serve, we are dependent upon the gifts given to support our ministry.

Read about Get Involved in this story from The Call

Construction starts on new homes for wildfire survivors

ALCOA, Tenn. (July 7, 2017) – Construction has begun on four new homes for survivors of last year’s wildfires. The foundation for a fifth house will go into the ground next week, an organizer for ...

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