We are a non-profit organization, created to join local ministries together to help serve Brookville and the surrounding community.

Groups that are under A Place To Go:

 

Feed Brookville-This Ministry enhances other community outreach ministries by providing fellowship, a hot meal, and staple products on a     weekly basis for community families, children and the elderly through support from churches, service organizations, school organizations,           and other individuals.  Feed Brookville is on Saturdays 11:30-12:30pm at the Brookville Board of Education Building, located on June Place,        during the school  year. For more information contact: Karen Osswald at (937) 833-5007

Piecemakers-“….to comfort others as God comforts us in our times of trouble…” based on 2 Corinthians 1:3-4

We provide comfort to others through sewing, knitting, and crocheting.  We make comfort quilts & prayer shawls for those facing health                problems or other concerns  sponsor the Quilt Auction to benefit HandiVan, make hats for St. Vincent’s homeless shelter &                                  Brookville schools, & sew dresses for the needy children throughout the world to support Little Dresses for Africa.

Piecemakers meets weekly on Thursdays from 9:30am-3:30pm at CUMC on the third floor and is open to anyone wishing to help.

For more information contact: Jackie Coppess at (937) 833-2564 

 

Total Praise-“Let them praise His name with the dance…” Psalm 149:3

We are a group of women and children, who praise God through sacred dance. Just as God created people, we come together with a                  variety of abilities, personalities and ages to interpret sign language through sacred dance in music from traditional hymns to contemporary          Christian.  We are a glimpse of God’s Kingdom–a beautiful mix of denominations, abilities and challenges.

For more information contact: Kay Rohrer at (937) 833-6188

F.I.S.H.– is a Christian organization reaching out to families living within Brookville School District, providing emergency food services.

For more information contact: FISH Volunteer at (937) 833-2728

Renew Brookville- To provide homeowners who currently inhabit their primary residence with either house maintenance repairs, general                outside cleanup and or beautification of their property.  This ministry is meant to serve those who are either physically or financially unable            to provide this type of work for themselves.  For more information contact: Paul Gibson at 937-684-6559

Joy Ministries- The vision of Joy Ministries is to show the love of God by work and deed, especially to the incarcerated, ex-offenders and the            poor. activities include weekly Bible studies at the Juvenile Detention Center and Sinclair College and monthly at Franklin Correctional                  Facility. We supply furniture, appliances and emergency funding and perform home repairs at no cost to the needy.

For more information contact: Pete Dull at 937-313-5680

Kids Count

Community Gardens