Prairie Creek is active in the life of our community. No church can do everything a community needs, but we have identified several ways we can help. We invite you to join us. For more information, email the ministry leader as indicated below.


Some of us feel called to provide wholesome food for people and a place to grow it. We plant familiar foods like tomatoes and cucumbers plus more exotic fare like African spinach. Help us garden. Suggest new crops. We'd love to hear from you. Email Susan.


Kidz Closet provides new and gently used clothing for free for school aged kids. The closet is open on Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 p.m. during the school year or by appointment. Donation baskets for children's clothing ONLY are provided in the main hallway of the Education Building. We are always grateful for donations of clothing, help sorting clothes, and volunteers to help the shoppers on Wednesday nights. Email Susan.


NewDay Services impacts families by focusing on helping fathers who have become a part of the CPS system.  The class is called Focus (Families Offering Children Unfailing Support) for Fathers.  These men are at a tough place in their lives and so are their children.  We help them better understand how to navigate the CPS system.  We teach them to live within what they can control and to take the focus off of what they cannot control.  We give them good insights on what a man should do and be, and what the primary role of a dad is.  We teach them about co-parenting, whether they are still with the mom or not. Finally, we give them good insights on how to communicate with their kids and how to help them to grow up to have the values they want them to have as adults.


We need men who are interested in investing in this kind of work.  You will have the opportunity to sit with the guys in class, contribute in class, talk with them, and make connections with them.  You may have chances to pray with them and even mentor them.


We meet on Tuesdays from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.  Email Robby.

Crossroads Prison Ministry

Prairie Creek Baptist Church has members who serve as mentors for Crossroads Prison Ministry. Crossroads connects people in prisons with mentors from churches by mail to develop Christ-centered relationships as they study God's Word together through review of the student's Bible study, writing letters of encouragement, and praying.

Both English and Spanish-speaking mentors are needed, and you don't need to be a Bible expert to be a Crossroads mentor. Would you like to be a part of this vibrant prison ministry you can do from the comfort of your own home? For more information, call the church office.