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in association with
The village shop

What is Caring Closet?

Caring Closet is an outreach that PCC

organizes and implements in the partnership with Mt. Carmel Elementary Schools "The Village Shop" for underprivileged school-aged children in Wabash County. 

This particular event is only for those who are entering Kindergarten through 5th grade.


Where does the money come from to sponsor Caring Closet?

Caring Closet is funded 100% through donations. Anyone who feels it is God's will for them to donate is welcome to help in one of two ways.

1. You may donate by purchasing all supplies per child. The Caring Closet committee will have cards with sizes for a particular child that you will need to use when purchasing items.

2. If shopping is not your thing, no worries, the committee also accepts dollar donations, and then the committee will shop for the items before the event. All donations should be turned in no later than the end of June. 




Casas por Cristo exists to open the door for local pastors and churches to share the love of Jesus Christ by serving.


What we do 

Our mission is to build and serve.


We are builders. That’s who we are. We build homes for families that need to be reminded that Jesus loves them. We build relationships between volunteers, families, and pastors that would otherwise never have met. We strive to build the Kingdom of God by partnering with other local churches and ministries, leveraging their influence and history within the communities we serve. We strive to build opportunities for growth by creating structured experiences that cause our volunteers to be stretched beyond their comfort zones.


Through this building process, God allows us to interact with our teams, local families, pastors, churches, vendors, and fellow missionaries. We do not want to take any of these interactions for granted. We believe that these are unique opportunities presented to us by God to serve each other.


Who we are 

We began building homes along the U.S. / México border in 1993, first in Ciudad Juárez. We have since expanded to Ciudad Acuña, México; San Raimundo, Guatemala; and Santiago, Dominican Republic. To date, we have provided over 5,000 families with homes. We are dedicated to meeting the physical need of better housing as a way of also meeting the spiritual need for Jesus Christ.


Our Missionaries
Casas por Cristo is primarily comprised of support-based missionaries. Each staff missionary is responsible for raising the majority of their salary. Most support comes in the form of donations from friends, family, churches, and team members. In addition to leading teams of volunteers through the building process, staff missionaries are responsible for administrative duties that allow the ministry to function.


Our Pastors Board
The Casas por Cristo Pastors Boards are comprised of nearly 150 pastors who live and work in México, Guatemala, and the Dominican Republic. These dedicated pastors meet monthly to worship together, encourage one another, and submit home applications for approval. Each pastor is personally responsible for visiting with the recipient family before and after they receive a home. This process is an opportunity to spread the Gospel and make disciples.


Our Board of Trustees
Our Board is comprised of individuals from all over the U.S. and Canada.


To Learn more about Casas por Christo please visit their site.


What is Hope Pregnancy 

Hope Pregnancy and Resource Center of Mt. Carmel, IL is a Christian, pro-life ministry proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ that exists to provide practical, emotional, and spiritual assistance and referrals to women, men, and children who face unplanned issues before, during, and after pregnancy. 

Hope Pregnancy and Resource Center

612 N Market St, Mt Carmel, IL 62863

(618) 262-2636



Operation Christmas Child is a project of the international relief organization, Samaritan’s Purse. The mission is to provide local partners around the world with shoeboxes filled with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies as a means of reaching out to children in their own communities with the Good News of Jesus Christ. We ship these simple gifts outside the United States to children affected by war, poverty, natural disaster, famine and disease; and to children living on Native American reservations in the U.S.


Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son. The organization serves the church worldwide to promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


Our Parkview representative is Judy Majors.



For more information on Samaritans Purse visit




Transforming communities among the unreached by planting biblical churches



Born out of extraordinary prayer, we partner with the global church to mobilize, train, and coach qualified workers in the implementation of the fruitful practices of church planting movements



*Our Team Expansion family currently consists of more than 320 full-time adult workers

serving in 48 countries in 72 distinct church planting projects


*So far we've seen God use our efforts to plant over 300 churches, with over 11,400 individuals baptized into Christ.


*Those 320 workers have over 200 children and are served by approximately 360 volunteer

Representative Elders and 180 volunteer Forwarding Agents.


*Last year, more than 5,600 people and more than 1,200 churches donated something to a Team Expansion project/ministry last year.


*On average, every Team Expansion worker (or family unit) has 200 prayer warriors who have joined them in regular intercession for their ministry. (180 units times 200 = 36,000 people!)


So you can see, that God has brought an astounding number of 43,860 people together for a very specific purpose to accomplish some very exciting things for His glory."


For more information on Team Expansion visit



What is Safe Haven?

Safe Haven of Mt. Carmel Illinois, Inc. is a private (non-state funded) temporary Emergency Shelter for homeless women and their children in the greater Wabash County Area of Southeastern Illinois.

Safe Haven strives to offer spiritual, physical, and emotional support while providing a safe place to reside while women and their children transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.

They hope to help women help themselves by providing them the tools and skills necessary to improve the quality of their lives.


Their goals:

*To transition more women from homelessness to self-sufficiency

*To collaborate with other organizations to assure the continuity of services.

*Provide excellent training in various areas to staff and community members.


By continually reaching out to those in need with the love of Christ, Safe Haven strives to educate the greater Wabash County Area about the true nature of homelessness in our community as they advocate for their clients and increase awareness about the issues that impact the lives of homeless women and children in our communities. 


Located at:

213 West 3rd Street

Mount Carmel, Illinois 62863

To Contact: (618)-262-2677

Office Hours are from 8am-2pm, Monday-Friday.



Oil Belt Christian Service Camp for over 70 years has provided young people and their Churches with an experience that encourages them to follow Jesus Christ! The mission of Oil Belt is to 'make disciples of Jesus Christ through the teaching of God's Word'. The camp experience enables a strong environment to lead students to Jesus' love and grace.


Check out Oil Belts Site for more info


Christian Mission to the Orient is a non-profit Christian

organization serving in Thailand.


CMO is a mission agency of the Independent Christian Churches

/ Churches of Christ .

Ministries include Lanna Theological Center,  Baan Suk Jai Orphanage, andLua Churches.   


What is the Mission? 

CMO was established for the following purposes: 
1.  To proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and establish churches among the peoples of South East Asia  
2.  To train church leaders for South East Asia. 
3.  To promote the publication of Christian literature and the translation of 
     scripture into local languages.

For more information visit the CMO website

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