Local Outreach

At Brooklife we are passionate about serving our community and reaching out to those in need. Whether it’s helping out in our schools, serving the poor, or raking someone’s leaves, we want to release an unprecedented amount of resources into our community to show people a tangible expression of God’s love.

Brooklife Church is building relationships with several local organizations in Mukwonago and Milwaukee areas. We hope to continue building these relationships through serving as we seek to become a place for everyone in our community.

For current opportunities, email Harry Spalding or visit our Special Events page.

Mukwonago Schools

When Brooklife began, it started in a Mukwonago school. We now have our beautiful building, but our hearts will always be tied to the schools of this community. Our children spend much of their lives in school being taught and developed into young adults by dedicated teachers and administrators. As a church, we want to say thank you and come along side of them to serve in a capacity that expresses our love of Christ in ways that are mutually beneficial to all. One of our core values is to release resources into the community with our schools being an integral part. The ways we help the schools vary as their needs vary, but some typical opportunities are in-service luncheon, Teacher Appreciation Week thank you’s, school requested donations, and service projects.

Brooklife Ambassador to Mukwonago Schools: Jessica Craig
Phone: 262-385-0462

Agape House

To never turn away a child is the foundation on which Agape House is based, and a promise we make to those who seek our help. Through spiritual, emotional, psychological, and physiological programs for teens and young adults, as well as counseling for families and the greater community, we have welcomed teens from all walks of life who are hurting and seek ways to heal. At Agape House our team of trained professionals has witnessed teens grow academically, graduate from high school, advance to college, become active in missions, and grow into independent adults who lead healthy, productive lives. Our women’s groups have adopted Agape House and provide needed supplies as well as spend time at the Girls Home. Brooklife hosts service projects at the homes throughout the year.

(262) 275-6466

Mukwonago Food Pantry


The Mukwonago Food Pantry’s mission is to provide food and support to individuals and their families and to facilitate their development. They maintain that all individuals and families should have adequate food for their needs and that no one in the communities they serve should be allowed to sacrifice nutrition regardless of their circumstances. The food pantry is a resource providing direct on-site programs that focus on helping recipients to overcome the obstacles that led them to seek help. They  have a Resale Shop that is always looking for Donations. Brooklife hosts a First Sunday Food Drive the first Sunday of every month. Bring your donations and place them in the bin in the lobby. Brooklife holds a Super Toilet Paper Bowl to collect the Food Pantry’s year supply. We also collect Thanksgiving meals for families.


Brooklife Ambassador to Mukwonago Food Pantry: Harry Spalding

Samaritan's Purse

samaritan purseWhen disaster strikes and after the initial emergency response Samaritan’s Purse staff selects some of those in the most desperate circumstances to have their homes refurbished or a new one built. Samaritan’s Purse functions through volunteers like you and I to help put families and their home back together. Trips are scheduled on an as needed basis, typically one week and are structured so that people of all skill levels are needed. Brooklife also collects shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child each year.

Website: samaritanpurse.org

Brooklife Ambassador to Samaritan’s Purse: Mike Lemay

City on a Hill

city on a hill

Located in the heart of Milwaukee – America’s 4th poorest city, where more than 62,000 children are living in poverty – City on a Hill is working to bring transformation to central city neighborhoods. Through a collaborative and Christ-centered model of service, they work to restore hope, reduce poverty, strengthen families, and foster racial reconciliation. Their priorities include: educating youth, empowering parents, equipping leaders for urban ministry, and engaging churches in social justice. Their mission is to save the children, reach the parents and change the city. Each month, COAH holds a Medical Clinic. You do not need medical training to volunteer, and Brooklife sends a team at times throughout the year. Our men’s groups are very involved with the medical clinic as well as different service projects.


Brooklife Ambassadors to City On A Hill: Harry Spalding