• Spring Lake Church


    Reaching GREEN BAY with the good news of Jesus Christ!

  • Local Missionary Highlight

    Phil & Rita Schounard

    Crisis Cafe | Green Bay, WI

    Phil and Rita Schounard live in Green Bay, WI. They recently started their own mission organization called Crisis Cafe to combine their passion for sharing the gospel and their love of sharing good food! During times of crisis, Crisis Cafe makes and delivers needed meals while sharing the love and hope of Jesus Christ with those in need and affected by crises. Spring Lake Church began supporting Phil and Rita this year and are excited to see their ministry grow!


    If you would like to personally support Crisis Cafe, you can do so through PayPal (Crisiscafe18@gmail.com).

  • COVID-19 Local Outreach Opportunities

    During this time of uncertainty due to COVID-19, many are asking what they can do to help. Below are a few options for you to be the light of Jesus in this dark season.

    Neighbor Assistance

    Help your neighbors who may be in need. (without face-to-face contact) CLICK HERE for the flyer to print. Then deliver to your neighbors and be available if they need anything.

    You can also pick up a flyer at the Bellevue Campus. We have a pick-up folder on the outside the office entrance doors.

    Partnership with St. John's Homeless Shelter

    St John's guests have been staying at the SLC Downtown Campus for the past 2 months, but have now moved to a new location! Even though they have moved, there are still needs that Spring Lakers can help fill!


    1. MEALS: Sign up to provide a meal.

    2. DONATE: Donations should be brought to 2305 San Luis Place, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304 (off Cormier Rd. near Oneida St.- the facility is an old assisted living center). Here are the needed items:

    • Breakfast Foods (Granola bars, breakfast bites, etc)
    • Coffee cups 
    • Paper towels
    • Cleaning Supplies 
    • Financial Donations: Give directly to St. John's
    If you have any questions, contact Alexa Priddy.

    Handmade Masks

    Many people are stepping up to get involved in mask-making efforts throughout the community. Wisconsin Face Mask Warriors is a group that makes and coordinated distribution of masks according to requests and needs in the community. The group is looking for sewists but also happily takes donations of fabric, elastic (desperately needed--preferably 1/4" elastic), thread. The collection site is at 1718 Velp Avenue. There are bins outside the building, so donations of supplies and completed masks can be made there without contacting anyone.


    To learn more visit the group's facebook page or contact Zone Coordinator, Liz Benecke (text ONLY) 715-851-0882.

  • Local Outreach

    Projects and Partnerships






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