Franklin is organizing community volunteers who are available to support neighbors with non-medical needs during this time of physical distancing. If you want to be added to their volunteer team to help someone who needs food or prescriptions delivered, help to find childcare, or someone to call and check on them, please call 414.301.1489 or click HERE.

Write an encouraging note or have your children draw a picture for a resident at Brenwood Park Assisted Living or Tudor Oaks Senior Living Community. Seniors living in both of these facilities are unable to leave and unable to have visitors. Let's put a smile on their faces and help them to know they are not alone! Please address your envelope to "Resident" and their staff will distribute them. 
Brenwood Park Assisted Living: 9535 W Loomis Rd, Franklin, WI 53132
Tudor Oaks Senior Living Community: S77 W12929 McShane Dr, Muskego, WI 53150

If you sew, you can serve by making face masks. Currently, Luther Manor and Tudor Oaks are in need and accepting homemade masks. Please find directions HERE.

Some of their pantries are seeing a 30%+ increase in need, while at the same time they've seen a decrease in # of volunteers.
They have a variety of opportunities (remote and in-person) for folks looking to help in meaningful ways at a time of increased insecurity for many families in the community. Some options include food pick-ups, unloading deliveries, restocking shelves, and bagging food. Every bit of support makes a huge difference right now to make sure much needed food and supplies are reaching those who need it most. Contact their Executive Director Sophia Torrijos by email or phone (319-538-4755) for more information.

You can help restore hope to children this September. COVID-19 has caused many changes for kids, but it's also now even easier to help, and you don't even have to leave the house. Your gift today will help purchase much needed school supplies for kids with Hope for Children Ministries in Rwanda, and you'll see that even a little goes a long way! 
$10: Provides School Supplies for 1 child (Crayons, Pens, Pencils, Sharpener, Geometry Set, Paper & Notebooks)
$10: Supplies a Uniform for 1 child

Your gift of ANY amount will help! Click HERE to make a difference today!

Hygiene items are in large demand and provide not only cleanliness but also a sense of dignity. Supplies will be distributed by BASICS in neighborhoods where job/income loss has been significant due to COVID-19, and to Care Net Pregnancy Center. 
Items to donate: bar soap/shower gel, deodorant, petroleum jelly/vaseline, feminine hygiene products, diapers, shampoo/conditioner for multi-ethnic hair ex. Cantu/Palmers/Just For Me, face masks, hand sanitizer, disinfectant spray, Clorox wipes
Drop-off hours are Aug 10-21 (Monday-Friday) 10am-12pm at Southbrook.

We support our local Salvation Army and the work they are doing to help shelter and feed those in need during this crisis. You can go HERE to learn more and donate.

Members of Southbrook Julie and Al Klosiewski lead a ministry called Hope for Children in Rwanda. They have asked for financial resources to help feed families in need due to COVID-19. Please email Julie for more information.

Through the BOLD for our World Initiative, we have recently sent special financial gifts to help our REACH Partners in Peru and Pakistan to feed families in need due to COVID-19. If you would like to give to Southbrook, you can do this by texting "SBGIVE" to 77977 or online HERE. You also may still mail us your donation via check or cash to 11010 W Saint Martins Road, Franklin, WI 53132. If you have any questions, email Chuck.

ZT Distribution is looking for part-time warehouse workers. If interested, email Janice Schroettner or call ‭414.727.9248‬.

Right at Home is looking for full or part time employees to give companion and/or personal care. If interested, contact Lisa McComb at 414.828.9535

Update: July 22, 2020 | ONLINE SERVICES

From Sunday, July 26 through Sunday, September 6, Southbrook will move to ONLINE SERVICES. Watch Jonathan's update HERE
You can engage in online services through the following ways:
1. Through the email sent out on Saturdays at 4pm (Not on our email list? Let us know.)
2. On Facebook at 8am on Sundays
3. On YouTube at 8am on Sundays


Update: July 1, 2020 | Outdoor Services Extended

Outdoor Services have been extended a week; we will continue meeting outdoors through July 26th. We are also moving to one service at 8:45am rather than two for the duration of outdoor services. As always, we will continue to update you.




Update: June 24, 2020 | Outdoor Services Continue

Outdoor Services will continue through July 19th. Then, our tentative plan (God-willing) is to open our doors on July 26th for our first inside, in-person services! We are so excited not only to join together inside again after months of #southbrooksaferathome, but it'll be our first service in our new expanded building with our new Worship Center space. We will continue to update you as the weeks progress!


Update: June 17, 2020 | Outdoor Service FAQs and Resources

We loved seeing you on Sunday for our first set of outdoor services in our front parking lot! Come out again the next two Sundays at 8:45 or 10:30am*. If you need extra assistance parking or have young children, please park in our North Parking Lot for easier access to our front lot where services will be held. Everyone else, please park in the field across the street and walk over for service. Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on. Please practice social distancing. Masks are encouraged but not required. Entrance 2 will be open for bathroom use only. Kids Activity sheets will be provided (please bring your own markers, crayons or paint). We can't wait to see you!
*Weather Permitting - You will be notified by 6am Sunday if outdoor services are cancelled.

For those that do not feel comfortable or are unable to join us, we will continue to offer services online as we have been - emailed out on Saturday evenings and on YouTube and Facebook at 8am Sunday mornings.


Update: June 3, 2020 | Outdoor Services

It's finally time to begin to gather again in person! Watch Jonathan's announcement of Outdoor Services at Southbrook HERE.

Update: May 20, 2020 | When is Southbrook Reopening?

Many have asked when Southbrook reopen. Watch Jonathan's response to this question HERE.

Update: March 25, 2020

Things continue to change daily. 

As you probably know, Governor Tony Evers announced that the new "Safer at Home" order will be in effect for the next month. The order went into effect at 8am today (Wednesday, March 25, 2020) and will remain in effect until 8am on April 24. Because of this, we will not return to church on April 5 as we had hoped, but will remain worshipping together online through April.

Our Church Office and Building will remain closed and Small Groups are encouraged to meet digitally during this time.

We want to continue to serve and care for our church family. If you have a need or a prayer request, would you please let us know? In addition, if you are able and looking for a place to serve in the midst of all this, please reach out. Email us at We also want to be a source of encouragement and hope through all of this. If you'd like to receive texts with encouraging Bible verses daily for the next few weeks, text "SMS Opt-in" to 414.240.2163.

Stay Connected on Social Media:


Stay Connected with KIDS:

Stay Connected with Ignite:

  • 15 min Bible Study every weekday at 8am on YouTube 
  • Jabber with Josh Tuesdays at 6pm on Zoom

For those who normally give during Sunday offering, please consider giving digitally. You can do this by texting "SBGIVE" to 77977 or online HERE.
If you have any questions, email

Sunday, March 22, 2020 Resources


Update: March 18, 2020

As you all likely know, things are changing constantly and rapidly with COVID-19. 

The latest recommendation for gatherings from our President, which is also advised by the CDC, is to suspend gatherings of 10 people or more. Because of this, we will not have church in person, but we will have a way for you to still participate in worship from your home. Due to the nature of how much things are changing, we can't say for sure when we will be able to worship together in person again - but as of right now, our hope is to suspend in person gatherings until April 3rd and be back for church on Sunday, April 5th. Please know that this could very well change, and we will keep you up to date with any changes.

Our Church Office and Building will be closed through April 3rd for any group of 10 people or more. Small Groups are encouraged to meet digitally during this time.

We know this time can be lonely and cause anxiety. We want to provide ways for you to stay connected to your church family and continue to grow spiritually. Parents of Kids and Students, we want to help your kids stay engaged throughout this time too. Pastor Helen and Pastor Nikki will be communicating with you through email.

Here are a few helpful links:

If you'd like to receive texts with encouraging Bible verses daily for the next few weeks, text "SMS Opt-in" to 414.240.2163.

Update: March 16, 2020

Our Church Office will be closed for the foreseeable future.
If you have any questions or needs, please contact Sarah Kopf: 414.940.7944,

Update: March 13, 2020

Southbrook Family,

I want you to know that Southbrook is actively engaged with the City of Franklin Health Department as well as talking with local public health medical professionals. To that end, I want to take a moment to communicate with you what we are doing in light of the fears and reality of the Coronavirus. You are loved, and we value you as well as our local communities.

Both the City of Franklin Health Department and the Wisconsin Department of Health have advised that gatherings of 250+ should not meet as a way of helping to avoid spreading the Coronavirus. In response to this, we will be suspending our services on March 15 and 22. It is too soon to know if we will have services on the 29th, but we will continue to update you through email, our website and social media. 

This is a short term solution, designed to help us "flatten the curve." You can read more about that HERE.

This Sunday morning, we will send an email that will include links to the worship songs that were planned, a message from me, as well as the sermon from Krista Heinen, who was scheduled to speak this weekend. Let me encourage you to watch and stay engaged spiritually as we are continuing our Lenten series.

Southbrook's building will stay open during the week, and groups of less than 250 can continue to use our facility as scheduled.

While this is an unprecedented time in the history of our church and society, it is an opportunity for us to model the love of Jesus to our local communities. Let us be on the lookout and check in with those who are lonely, less fortunate, or who may be in need of encouragement. Reaching out and running errands for someone who is afraid or who is not able to make it to the store would be a great way of being the hands and feet of Jesus.

This is a great time to be praying for the leadership of our nation, as well as our state and our local governments.

Please stay connected through all of this. Check in with your small group, be praying for each other, and let's heed the medical advice that is driving these decisions.

Please send prayer requests to General questions can be sent to Sarah at

If you normally give during offering on Sunday mornings, we encourage you to give digitally. You can give online HERE or give through text by texting "SBGIVE" to 77977. Once you are registered, all you need to do is text the dollar amount you'd like to give and it will be applied. 

Your Southbrook Staff will continue to care for us all and will be available to respond to our needs.



Centers for Disease Control
Milwaukee County Public Health


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