Local Missions

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations

Matthew 18:19

At Gibbsville Church, we strive to fulfill the Great Commission by supporting local missions. Continue reading to learn about the organizations we support - people who have dedicated their lives to preaching the good news of Jesus Christ and work in out local communities to make a positive impact. Prayer is another vital way we support their families and work. Scroll down to learn more about them, their families, and how to get in touch!

Local Organizations We Support

Anchor of Hope of Sheboygan County

Free Counseling and Programs for Unexpected Pregancies
Anchor of Hope Medical Clinic and Support Services, located in Sheboygan, provides free medical and support services to thousands of individuals who are facing an unexpected pregnancy, reproductive loss, parenting under challenging circumstances or have sexual health concerns. All Anchor of Hope services are provided confidentially and free of charge to patients and clients. In the last year alone, Anchor of Hope had the privilege of serving  over 450 individuals Sheboygan County and the surrounding areas. 
Medical clinic services provided at Anchor of Hope include pregnancy testing; ultrasound imaging; Pap, pelvic and breast exams; STD testing and treatment for men and women; and abortion pill reversal. Support services at Anchor of Hope include pregnancy and parenting education and one-on-one mentoring for parents; material support through an onsite boutique with diapers, clothes, baby items, and more; and soon to include community outreach programming with sexual risk avoidance presentations in public and private schools.  
“Through our free programs, services, and community partnerships, we educate, equip and empower individuals to make healthy, life affirming decisions. Pregnancy medical centers exist to love and serve parents, present and future. Their children are the beneficiaries of our support.” Anchor of Hope Chief Executive Officer, Jacky Drewry.
1018 S Taylor Dr,
Sheboygan, WI 53081

Campus Life of Sheboygan County

Campus Life Sheboygan Campus
Campus Life is a nonprofit, non-denominational Christian ministry dedicated to sharing the love of Christ with area young people and their families.
For more than 40 years we have been helping people in need, from pre-teen youth to senior citizens and everyone in between. Being non-denominational, we are considered "neutral turf." This means we avoid issues of theological debate, and instead focus on a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, salvation by grace through faith and living a life pleasing to God. No matter where you are at in your faith or your life, there’s a place for you to plug in at Campus Life.
6426 S Business Drive
Sheboygan, WI 53081

Chaplain Rick & Kim Cawthon

Serves with Good News Jail & Prison Ministry at the Sheboygan County Detention Center
Rev. Rick Cawthon retired from the Air Force in October 1994. He retired with 17 ½ years of service to enter into full-time ministry. Rick received a B.A. Degree in Christian Education from Berean University in Springfield, Missouri. He served as an Associate Pastor and as a Senior Pastor in churches before becoming a full-time Good News Jail & Prison Ministry Chaplain in April 2004.
Rick and his wife, Kim, moved to Sheboygan, Wisconsin, where Rick is serving as the first Good News Chaplain in eastern Wisconsin. Rick has received a mandate from God, to preach the good news of the Gospel to those who are in prisons or jails. God has used tragedies from Rick’s and Kim’s lives and turned them into a passion to reach lost souls for Christ.
The scripture that has fueled this passion is Hebrews 13:3a, “Remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering.” (NIV)
Rick and Kim have two children, Christopher and Brieanne. They have two beautiful grandchildren, Hannah Mykel and Justin Credible. 
2923 S. 31st Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081