Elderly Services 2008 05Some of the poorest people in our community are Senior Citizens.  Beginning a ministry, designed especially for the unique needs of these precious people, was divinely appointed for South Side Mission.

First, through prayer, we identified the need and the calling to serve.

Then, we hired an on-fire-for-God Registered Nurse to head up this brand new ministry.

Finally, we are seeking support and volunteers to heed the call to help through basic health screenings, needed home repairs, scam protection, food baskets, and lining up resources that can help these folks out.

They’ve given us a lifetime.  Played by the rules.  Cared for our families.  Taught us Sunday school and how to be good neighbors…it’s time to return the favor.

Interested in being a part of this exciting ministry?  Contact us!

Physical Need Ministries

  • Home Visits: Medication set-ups by volunteer nurses, end of life planning. Medical power of attorney forms filled out with clients. Nutritional intervention and grocery delivery to home-bound seniors.
  • Blood Pressure Checks: Done by volunteer nurses and students at SSM sites- Lighthouse Diner, BC and Ladies Day Out.
  • Medical Education: Topics taught about on as needed basis in the Lighthouse Diner and Ladies Day Out.
  • Medical Supply Room: Donated supplies are given to mission trips, District 150 teachers and individuals in need.
  • Senior Health Fair: The third Thursday of September, open to the public.

Spiritual Need Ministries – Bible Studies:

  • B’nah B’rith – every Tuesday at 9:30 am
  • Heartland Apartment – every Wednesday at 9:00 am
  • Hurlburt House – every Thursday at 1:30 pm
  • South Side Manor – 1st and 3rd Thursday
  • Courtyard Estates – 2nd and 4th Thursday 9:30 am
  • Prayer and Bible Studies in the home

Social Ministries

  • Ladies Day Out Weekly medical teaching
  • Harvester’s – The second Friday of each month seniors meet at the Mission to enjoy devotions and a variety of social activities.
  • Yearly Fishing Derby – organized by Northwoods and Richwoods church volunteers.
  • Health Fair – Annual event held in October hosting health checks and many social service organizations.

Robin Winfrey – I was born and raised in Bowling Green, Ohio and am pleased to still have my mom, a sister and her family living there.  After attending Flower Hospital School of Nursing I joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ and began working in Swaziland, Southern Africa.  In Swaziland I met my wonderful husband Frank.  We have four grown children, two son-in-laws and three beautiful grandchildren.  The Lord has placed our family in many areas of ministry over the years; we are thrilled God has allowed us to be a part of His work here at the South Side Mission.  We love the Extended family of the Mission and the people God brings to hear the Good News of Jesus Christ.