Would you like to share your compassion, kindness and your love of helping? If so, Church Community Services has an opportunity for you! The Financial Services program needs a front desk receptionist to check in guests, answer phones, and file. The weekly, available shifts are Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 9 am – Noon. Substitutes are also needed. If interested contact, Gwen Hershberger at 295-3673 ext. 112 or
Our Soup of Success program takes wool sweaters and other textile products and upcycles them into unique, one-of-a-kind mittens, trees, positive word signs, purses, coasters, etc. We need volunteers who would be willing to come in and help with cutting, sewing, and designing these awesome products! Proceeds from the sale of these products are returned to the program to help pay training stipends for the women in the program. If you are interested in helping out, please call Betsy Ayrea Delfine at 574.523.1551 x105. Thank you!
Join us for our weekly “Community Gardening Days”! Tuesdays from 3:30-5:30, we will be meeting at our on-site Community Garden next to the greenhouse. The Seed to Feed Community Garden at Church Community Services supports the surrounding neighborhood with fresh, healthy produce throughout the summer. Whether you are an experienced gardener or a newbie, this is a great opportunity to get your hands dirty and meet new people in our community! The kick-off event will be Tuesday, June 5th at 3:30, and will include ice cream! Surrounding neighbors, community members, and regular volunteers are welcome to participate. Join the party by bringing your families, engage your social groups, or come alone! Seed to Feed will provide tools and gloves.
Celebrating 50 Years of Hope!
What a wonderful time we had celebrating 50 years of providing help and hope to the Elkhart Community! Thank you to all who came out to celebrate and hear and see the talented performers we have right here in Elkhart. Read more
Thank you to our Sounds of Celebration sponsors!
Celebrating 50 Years of Hope
Church Community Services is celebrating its 50th year of providing hope to our Elkhart neighbors in need. We’ve come a long way from our little house on Benham Avenue where we focused on tutoring in the public schools, children’s camps, emergency financial services and providing a few loans to those who would otherwise not be able to obtain them. Today Church Community Services has grown into a campus that still provides emergency financial assistance, but also houses our client choice food pantry and Soup of Success, our job and life-skills training program for women who want to take life changing steps to move their families out of poverty. Read more