We are Committed to Loving Our Neighbors as Ourselves

Our Vision: to extend our hand to others where it is needed, to build relationships with those we help, to serve Christ through our faith, and to help others to know Jesus. As Outreach, we have a unique opportunity; we have direct contact with others through each of our passions; to really interact with them and truly understand their needs; to gain their trust; to encourage them; to let them see through our actions and our compassion the love of Jesus (to see that all our strength comes through Him); to invite them into our church family… we are “fishers of men.”
Community Blood Center

Community Blood Drives

Community Blood Drive was started as an Eagle Scout project in our church. Brookville CUMC sponsored blood drives are held at Golden Gate Park 2:30-6:30pm. To make an appointment you can go to  or call 937-461-3450. We continue to receive the Platinum award for meeting our goals for donors.

Brookville Handivan

We transport the elderly and handicapped to their appointments at no cost! This ministry is a local partnership of Churches and Christians and Community UMC is a big supporter! We participate both as volunteers and in fundraising. To Volunteer or Schedule rides (5 days notice please), please call 937-833-2260. Brookville Area Handivan Ministry Inc. 42 Westbrook Road, PO Box 104, Brookville, OH  45309 Phone:  937.833.2260

Shoes for the Shoeless

Shoes for the Shoeless

Mission: To provide new, properly fitting gym shoes and socks to children in need. Shoes 4 the Shoeless, Inc. is a non-profit that provides new, correctly fitting gym shoes and socks to Southwest Ohio children in desperate need. Through a uniquely efficient and effective system, S4TS helps children eliminate one of poverty’s most visible stigmas. Click the above link or visit for ways you can serve.

St Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul is a faith-based non-profit serving the Greater Dayton Area.  St. Vincent de Paul accompanies our neighbors in need, one person at a time, by providing emergency shelter, transitional and permanent supportive housing, food, clothing and household items, and guidance to leading a self-sustaining life.