The CUP is a Christian-based ministry founded by Kraig & Cindy Kalisch, that reaches out to homeless individuals who are dealing with life-controlling issues. Most clients of the program struggle with drug and alcohol addiction. Individuals enrolled in the program (a one-year commitment) live at the CUP's halfway house while they are being taught life skills and work skills for independent living and are mentored and disciplined in their walk with Christ. The CUP operates the Lost But Found Thrift Store which helps to provide funds for the ministry.
Contact the church office or Kraig & Cindy Kalisch for more information.
Lost But Found Thrift Store
Monday thru Saturday, 10 - 6 p.m.
Located on E Main St. in downtown Chewelah, WA.
Royal Family Kids Camp
Royal Family KIDS is the nation’s leading network of camps for abused, neglected and abandoned children. There are 3.6 million cases of child abuse, neglect or abandonment reported in America every year. Royal Family works to provide foster children, ages 6-12, with life-changing moments and positive memories thru camps, clubs, and mentors. Visit their website at royalfamilykids.org.
Contact the church office or Rod Shannon for more information.
Hands Across Nations
Hands Across Nations grew out of a short term mission trip to war torn Northern Uganda in 2001. The plight of the Langi people, suffering under the attacks of brutal rebels, pierced our hearts and we have been returning to the Lira area every year. Our volunteers provide assistance for physical, spiritual, and educational needs where God directs us.
Hands across Nations is committed to expressing God’s love to the poor and vulnerable of all races and cultures by improving their spiritual, physical and educational well being while developing ways for them to overcome poverty.
Visit handsacrossnations.org for more information.