The Xenos Access Ministry exists to create and improve accessibility to the gospel for people with disabilities by providing specific support to adults, students and children with disabilities; and their families in several distinctive ways.
Providing help for peoples’ emergencies
Helping families settle into their new homes by providing them with the essentials of daily life.
There are many children that we serve and many waiting to be served. Their parents/caregivers seek our support, knowing a mentor can help their child realize his own potential and make the positive choices that keep him on the path to success.
Reaches young people by sharing the love of Christ and commitment to social involvement.
This service organization serves lower income individuals in the 43202-43214 zip codes.
Fights the spread of HIV and provide quality services to individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS.
This school has grades 6-12 designed to meet learning needs of of students who have recently arrived in the US.
Our mission is to support local library branches with volunteers and enhance the library experience for the community.
This agency serves refugees, asylees, and immigrants in central Ohio.
Support the Xenos CT's through various roles
This store offers everything free of charge from clothing, shoes, diapers, linens, small appliances, books and toys.
The mission of the Final Hope Ministry Team is to serve those who are terminally ill.
This ministry support the families who are being tested for development disabilities.
This ministry provides free medical, dental & optometry support.
Provides support services by supporting CATCH Court and adult survivors of human trafficking
Ministry provides dinner and comfort to the homeless on Saturday afternoon and evening.
Their services focus on youth and family and workforce development.
Helps relieve primary caregivers by helping with chores, sitting with patients and running errands.
Seeks to provide shelter and rehab to young girls who have been victims of commercial sexual exploitation.
GRIN is committed to helping the residents of the Gahanna Jefferson School District in a time of need.
We provide support to the student and families of Harambee Christian School.
The Helping Hands ministry is designed to provide general home maintenance and repairs for Xenos members or their families within the greater Columbus area who are single parents, have physical impairments, have unusual circumstances or are senior citizens.
This organization helps provide nonprofit housing counseling.
Hope ministry is a Christ-centered recovery group whose goal is to reach persons who struggle with alcohol and / or drug addiction.
This ministry serves OSU’s international students through social events, meeting practical needs, and Bible studies.
Seeks to reach non-Christian students for Christ while developing Christian students into workers and leaders for Christ's church.
Helps deliver meals at noon (11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) to elderly and/or disabled persons in Columbus.
Their mission is to provide for the material needs of low-income central Ohio residents.
Never Alone is a ministry of Xenos Christian Fellowship created to help people struggling with drugs and alcohol discover and experience the hope God offers.
The Salvation Army offers many ways to reach others throughout your community.
This ministry exists to strengthen the walk of Christian single parents and children, and by adorning the gospel, draw non-Christian single parents and children to the Lord.
SourcePoint hosts services and programs for Delaware County adults who want to thrive after 55.
Provide year-round sports training and competition opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Provides short-term assistance, educational services and spiritual support to Westerville residents.
This ministry team provides support to the Parenting Meetings and discussion groups.
Support Xenos schools by working with individual students and helping with administrative work.
Provides programs to serve the whole community.