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ACTION (Area Churches Together in One Network)

ContactJeff Neumann
Email ActionDowagiac@gmail.com
Address301 Main St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-0000
Fax269-782-8619

Area Churches Together in One Network (ACTION) is a collaboration of people of Christian faith that ministers to individuals and families, living within the Dowagiac area. ACTION Ministry Center is primarily focused on, but not limited to, the poor and broken, the suffering and the oppressed of our community.

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Bridge Dowagiac, The

ContactPastors Karen & Stephen Dye
EmailTheBridgeDowagiac@gmail.com
Address601 Fairview
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-281-6162

The Bridge Dowagiac is a church that offers a connection, a place where people can connect with God and each other in the fellowship of the Holy Spirit. Its mission is to reach the lost for the Kingdom of God, while allowing others to grow in our Lord Jesus Christ.  The Bridge Dowagiac invites you to come and see what it's all about and join the church in its mission.

While the church is located in Dowagiac, its mailing address is 3084 Niles Ave., St. Joseph MI 49085, in care of Blue Roof Church.

 

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Domestic & Sexual Abuse Services

ContactKimberley Kramer
EmailKimK@DasasMi.org
Address320 N. Main St.
Three Rivers , MI 49093
(directions)
Telephone269-273-6154

For 24-hour assistance, call 1.800.828.2023 or 269.279.5122.

Domestic & Sexual Abuse Services is dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault in SW Michigan. Having served victims and their families for more than 20 years in Cass and St. Joseph counties, its philosophy clearly states its commitment to the survivors of assault.

The agency provides information, resources and advocacy for survivors. It is also committed to improving the community's system response to domestic violence and sexual assault by focusing on enhanced protection, empowerment and support for survivors and their children, and an increased accountability for abusers.

To learn more about the services it provides, visit the agency's website below.

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Dowagiac Area History Museum

ContactSteve Arseneau
EmailSArseneau@Dowagiac.org
Address201 E. Division St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-783-2560

The Dowagiac Area History Museum, located in downtown Dowagiac, is an interactive adventure in local history.  The museum features 4,000 square feet of exhibits, highlighting Dowagiac, Cass County and Sister lakes. Interactive components make it a destination for visitors of all ages.

The museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Saturdays until 2 p.m. Admission is always free!

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Dowagiac District Library

ContactMatt Weston
EmailMWeston@DowagiacDL.org
Address211 Commercial St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-3826
Fax269-782-9798

The Dowagiac District Library provides a welcoming and safe environment in our community for all people to learn, explore, create and interact.  The library provides access to ideas, information, experiences and resources for life-long learning.  While you can find more than 30,000 books at the Dowagiac District Library, you can also find movies, newspapers, public computers, wi-fi, special events and more.  All services are free of charge.

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Dowagiac Elks Lodge # 889

ContactDave Krueger
Emailbpoe889@live.com
Address300 Riverside Dr.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-3889

If you'd like to enjoy the best view in town, while dining out this weekend, the Dowagiac Elks Lodge is your answer. The lodge features Friday night dinners, a nine-hole golf course, golf outings and banquet facilities that can accommodate up to 250 people. And, be sure to remember, special events at the lodge are always open to the public.

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Dowagiac Masonic Temple Association

ContactChuck Timmons
Email CTimmons@locallink.net
Address120 1/2 S. Front St., PO Box 562
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-424-5538

Peninsular Lodge No. 10, a Masonic fraternal organization, continues the long history of Freemasonry in Dowagiac. A Masonic lodge was established in this city in 1855 and has been active in the community since that time. The lodge is located in the Masonic Center in the heart of beautiful downtown Dowagiac, a location it has occupied since 1936.

Lodge business meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m.

In addition to its fraternal activities, the lodge is active in the community in the following ways: organizing Dowagiac's annual Memorial Day Parade and remembrance; providing scholarships for high school and college students; co-sponsoring two annaul Red Cross blood drives and maintaining a nature trail at an elementary school.


First United Methodist Church

ContactPastor Kallas Penny
EmailFUMC@FUMCdow.com
Address326 N. Lowe St., PO Box 393
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-5167

First United Methodist Church is a welcoming congregation that has been worshipping in the community of Dowagiac since 1859. The public is welcome to attend. Sunday services start at 9:25 a.m. with a nursery provided during worship.


Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 2441

ContactWilliam Richardson or Robert Ottinger
EmailDebKarnes@frontier.com
Address101 E. Railroad St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-8038

Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan

ContactLaura Latiolais
Email LLatiolais@HospiceSWMI.org
Address801 Hazen Street, Ste. A
Paw Paw, MI 49079
(directions)
Telephone800-304-0273

Since 1981, the staff and volunteers of Hospice Care of Southwestern Michigan have cared for the sick, dying and the grieving in our community.  Hospice cares for individuals at home, in a care facility, or at one of its hospice residences.  This non-profit, community-based agency is committed to providing a highly trained, interdisciplinary team approach to end-of-life care so families can focus on what is most important - their loved ones.

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Rotary Club of Dowagiac

AddressPO Box 202
Dowagiac, MI 49047
Telephone269-782-6111

Rotary Club of Dowagiac is one of this community's largest service organizations. Its motto is "Service Above Self."  Members meet Thursdays at noon at the Dowagiac Elks Lodge. The club was chartered in 1920.


United Way of Southwestern Michigan

ContactAnna Murphy
Email Retta.Curneal@uwsm.org
Address2015 Lakeview Ave.
St Joseph, MI 49085
(directions)
Telephone269-982-1700

Established in 1943, United Way of Southwestern Michigan is committed to advancing the common good by focusing on education, income and health, which are the building blocks for a good life. Along with these building blocks, United Way of SW Michigan helps to maintain basic needs. Emergencies happen and when they do, United Way is there to provide a hand up.

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Webster Memorial Library

ContactTerry W. Newell
EmailTerryNewell@comcast.net
AddressPO Box 5
Decatur, MI 49075
Telephone269-423-3111

Young Professionals of Greater Dowagiac

ContactJeremy Truitt, Chairman; Becky Grabemeyer, Treasurer
EmailRebecca@BluePrintPhoto.com
AddressPO Box 586
Dowagiac, MI 49047
Telephone269-445-0713

Young Professionals of Greater Dowagiac work to increase opportunities that will involve and empower young professionals, as they enhance the quality of life for those who live, work and play in the greater Dowagiac area.  The organization, which meets monthly, holds a variety of free or low-cost events for the community.

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