For up to date information concerning the Council of Churches of the Ozarks response to the COVID-19 please visit CCOZARKS.ORG/COVID-19

You can help families impacted by COVID-19 closures by choosing to Volunteer or Donate.

• Primary volunteer needs are for Safe to Sleep and Crosslines.

• Donations of food staples (crackers, peanut butter, tuna, canned soups, canned fruits and vegetables, and hygiene items) and cleaning supplies (bleach, Lysol, hand sanitzer, toilet paper) can be dropped off at the west loading dock at Crosslines, 615 N Glenstone.  Monetary donations are also appreciated.

Council of Churches has 9 outreach services reaching out with compassion to the ones in need. Learn more about how we can help you:

Council of Churches has 9 outreach services helping the most vulnerable in our area. We only have 59 employees on staff, therefore it takes thousands of caring people, like you, to provide assistance to those in need. 
Can you volunteer 4 hours a month?

Our goal is to have everyone in the Ozarks take the pledge to look past a person’s label and see the person they are inside. What do you want others to see in you? What can you see in others? Are you ready to take the pledge?

We are #MoreThan Oureach Services

Council of Churches of the Ozarks is #MoreThan services to the most vulnerable in our area. We are 59 employees with a heart for helping others. 118 ears to listen to the needs of our community. 118 hands to reach out with compassion. 118 feet to walk in the path of service to others and 118 eyes to see past the surface of the person standing before us.

We all wear a label in our daily life. Some are self-imposed, some imposed by others, some positive, some negative, but don’t you prefer that we see you as a whole person? Not just your label? That is our goal for everyone that we meet, whether you are a client, guest, donor or volunteer you are #MoreThan the label you wear. What are you #MoreThan?

Our Mission

The mission of the Council of Churches of the Ozarks is to improve the quality of life in our region through compassionate service and outreach to our most vulnerable neighbors, by doing together what can best be done together in the name of Jesus Christ.