Giving at Okemos Community Church

At Okemos Community Church, we support many missions and organizations in both the Lansing area community and also across the USA and Internationally. Each month a different organization is chosen to receive funds from our weekly offerings. Below you will see several opportunities for giving.

Your contributions can be given to support:

Okemos Community Church Funds

OCC General Fund

- Supports the day to day operating of the church and staff

Pastor's Discretionary Fund

- Used for emergency funding for individuals usually at the request of Christian Services or Meridian Township

Memorial Fund

- Enables purchases of items like benches, landscaping, plaques, and sometimes updates within the church in memory of a loved one.

Endowment Fund

- We are a strong and growing Endowment that supports project requests submitted by church leaders and committees. Our grant dollars enhance OCC's religious life and programs, and the vitality of its ministry.

Okemos Community Food Pantry

- Housed inside Okemos Community Church, the pantry feeds the food insecure in the 48864 zip code and operates within the Greater Lansing Food Bank guidelines.

Local, Regional, and International Missions:

United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR)

Curamericas Global

Cass Community Services

Nyaka Children's Fund

Rebuilding Tri-County Together

Love Clothing Center

Helping Women Period

Haven House/ Loaves & Fishes


and more....

July Mission Focus: Helping Women Period

Helping Women Period was founded in 2015 by two local Lansing women.

Helping Women Period's mission is to provide menstrual health and incontinent products to homeless and low-income people. The need for these products is ever present and expensive. Sadly, menstrual health and incontinent products cannot be purchased using the primary assistance programs. Products are not readily available in our public spaces such as schools, workplaces or governmental buildings. In addition, they are not exempt from sales tax, and not available in shelters, crisis centers, jails or prisons. The result is that homeless individuals are experiencing their periods without the dignity of menstrual and incontinent health products. 

Our mailing address:

P.O. Box 680

Okemos, Michigan 48805