Crossroads Ministry

Helping people 50 years and older to navigate the second half of their lives with significance and joy.

Help Community Organizations Support Those in Need

My Father's House and Mission Hope Thrift need your help to be the hands of Christ for people who are marginalized, living near or in poverty, jobless or otherwise in need. Two opportunities have been identified for Crossroads members (people who are 50+). Register for either of these serving opportunities here.

Mission Hope Thrift 

Location: 9148 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, KS.

Crossroads Serve Shifts Available: 

  • February and March: 9 am - Noon, Wednesdays. 
  • OR anytime between 9am - 3pm Monday - Saturday, as an individual. 

If you have questions, contact Judith Pirker at

My Father's House 

Is currently seeking donations of drinking glasses for distribution. If you have glasses you would like to donate or could pick up a set to provide for a family, please drop them off at the Leawood Campus, Building B Narthex in the bins marked "Household Goods" in the Collection area near the North entrance.

Crossroads Serve Shifts Available: 

  • April and May: Thursdays
  • To carpool, contact Judith at Carpool meets at 8:15 am in the Narthex of Resurrection Leawood.
  • OR Tuesdays and Saturdays, as an individual.

Additional Opportunities to Get Involved

Follow the links below to learn about some of the ministries that you can get involved in and begin serving in the local community or around the world:

Crossroads Staff


Clayton Smith

Executive Pastor of Generosity

Coming soon!

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Shari Wilkins

Group Life Program Director

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Dave Wilson

Crossroads Lay Director

Dave Wilson is the new Lay Director of the Crossroads ministry. With staff and other volunteers, Dave has been instrumental in initiating the ministry to adults age 50+ who are in the pre-retirement or just-retired phase of their life. He and his wife Rea have been members of the Church of the Resurrection (Leawood) since 2003. They have three grown children, five grandchildren and live in Olathe.

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