Our goal is to be a church that is a huge benefit to the Holbrook area. We genuinely help, care and be a blessing without anything in return. We build lasting, real friendships galore. We find out needs and opportunities in Holbrook and work to fill them. Most often we do all this organically and simply, one-on-one, or rolling up our sleeves and joining community efforts already out there begun by others. Browse below, find your own niche, and join with us to make the Holbrook area a better place.
Brookville Bible Girl's Club is a place where girls kindergarten through 5th grade can make new friends, hear stories from God's word, and participate in a variety of fun activities. Girls' Club runs Sept.-June on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8. For more information
St. John's After School Program
7th and 8th graders, looking for a safe and fun place for your youth to hang out after school for about $1.00 a day? Look no further than SJASP. This non-religious after school program is designed to give your youth the life-skills not just to survive, but to THRIVE!
Broken Chains Biker Church
Lead by "Flathead Tom" Iddings, Broken Chains is a church by bikers for bikers. Attend their Alpha Classes or join with their effort to help the homeless in Needle Park.
Winthrop Congregational Church
Led by Pastor Sue Webster, Winthrop hosts a Holbrook area Boys Scout troop and Friday night movies. Either one is a great place to meet a Holbrook neighbor.
Headed by Pam Vayda, this group works tirelessly for opioid addiction prevention and awareness. Offer your skills at their Drop In Centers or bring a friend who is looking for support.
Holbrook United Methodist Church
Led by Pastor Laurie Kilgore, our UMC hosts the Free Lunch program and cooking classes, both great ways to get involved and make Holbrook a stronger community.
Holbrook Jr./Sr. High School
We're so thankful for Superintendent Dr. Patricia Lally and her team who work tirelessly for our kids and Holbrook families. So many great ways to get to know Holbrook here, from forums to football games.
Holbrook Police and Fire Station
Police Chief William Smith, Fire Chief Luke McFadden and their crews care deeply about the strengthening of our Holbrook Community.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Father Tom Boudreau and St. Joseph's are all about caring genuinely for our community, from offering excellent private education to helping to sponsor the Holbrook Ecumenical Food Pantry.
Holbrook Town Hall
Our Town Administrator, Tim Gordon and everybody in Town Hall are working hard to put Holbrook on the map and round out the strengths of our small town.
St. John's Episcopal Church
Led by Father Tim Rogers, St. John's sponsors an After School Program for 7th and 8th graders. Donate your time and build friendships with Holbrook youth.