Local Involvement

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Tri County Christian School 

TCCS, established in 1994, is located right behind Crossroads and offers a private-Christian education to students in grades Kindergarten through 8th. The school uses A Beka Book curriculum. In addition to grades K-8, there is also a daycare and preschool for children who are potty trained, ages two to five. Two- and 3-year-olds attend PeeWee class on Tuesdays and Thursdays to learn about numbers, letters, shapes and colors. Three- and 4- year-olds attend Middler class on Monday, Wed., and Friday to learn about letter recognition and sounds, shapes, colors and numbers. The Pre-Kindergarten classes are held daily for 4- and 5-year-olds. Crossroads works in close proximity with TCCS as a mission outreach.


The Agape Cafe
The mission of the Crossroads Agape Cafe is to offer free meals and share the love of Jesus to those in the local Macon community. Launched in 2013, The Agape cafe weekly feeds between 250-300 meals to families in Macon. The Agape Cafe works to accomplish this in two different ways.
1. Weekly Deliveries to families in and around town. A Meal is prepared each Saturday, packaged and delivered before lunch each week.
2. On the first and third Saturday on each month, the Agape Cafe hosts a free restaurant in the middle of town. It is a come and sit do type of place that meets in the American Legion building. This is available to anyone in need of a meal. 
The Agape Cafe began through the support of Crossroads, however, is supported and contributed to by many in the Macon community.
Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch
Every 10 seconds a child is abused.Child abuse kills more children in America than accidental falls, drowning, choking on food, fires in the home, or suffocation. In America’s Heartland, there’s a safe haven for abused and neglected children. This safe haven is called Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch, where Shiloh believes that helping children puts you close to the heart of God. Shiloh has two physical locations in Clarence, MO and Kahoka MO.
Shelby County Christian Assembly Camp
SCCA is our local church camp. The mission of SCCA is to reach children and students with the love of Jesus. SCCA works to accomplish this through relevant and exciting summer camps, retreats and conferences throughout the year. The camp is supported and run by 21 local christian churches.
For more info, go to sccacamp.com