This past year, retreatants spent over 7,100 hours making new friends at social service agencies across urban Louisville. In giving their time, retreatants are having a direct impact on the services our community partners provide.
CrossRoads cultivates inward conversion that leads to outward transformation.
CrossRoads is seated at the corner of 13th and Oak Streets, straddling the border of the Park Hill and California neighborhoods in west Louisville.
The Park Hill neighborhood is located west of Old Louisville. Its boundaries include the railroad tracks just west of 9th street to the east, Oak Street/Virginia Avenue to the north, 26th Street/Cypress Street to the west and West Hill Street to the south.
During the summer, retreatants spend time with other youth at the Park Hill Community Center, located in this neighborhood. It's amazing how a friendly game of basketball or 4-Square can bring young people from diverse backgrounds together.
The California neighborhood is located north of Park Hill. Its boundaries are 9th Street to the east, West Oak Street to the south, South 26th Street to the West and West Broadway to the north.
“A gift opens the way and ushers the giver into the presence of the great.”