Our congregation is very committed to mission and service to both our surrounding communities and
For you have been a refuge to the poor, a refuge to the needy in their distress, a shelter from the rainstorm and a shade from the heat. – Isaiah 25:4
Mexico Mission Spring Trips 2019 for Students and Families
Local Mission & Community Service
Northeast of the Well
Recovery ministry: Share a meal and worship with men and women struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. Provide a meal, help prepare and serve a meal or help with childcare. Monday evenings
Giving Children Hope
Fill backpacks for homeless children: Serving over 1200 Orange County children and their families each week with meals for the weekend. Located at 8332 Commonwealth Ave in Buena Park, 90621. Variable days
Adult Shower Ministry
Homeless shower assistance: Help provide those living on the streets an opportunity to enjoy a hot shower, obtain clean clothes, and feel cared for. There are
Mercy House Homeless Shelter
Mercy House temporary homeless shelter in the Santa Ana Armory is open once again for the winter. CHPC is volunteering on Mondays from 5:30 – 8:30 at the Santa Ana Armory located on Warner about 5 minutes from the 55 freeway. We have 5 positions to fill every Monday. Contact: Sheree
American Red Cross Blood Drives: 2-3 times per year
Working Wardrobes provides numerous services relating to professional wardrobing, employment, career, financial education and life skills, training,
Several times per year our deacons send letters and cards of support along with care packages for our military personnel.
Each Christmas season our deacons create an Angel Gift Tree for our members to make gift donations for families in need during the holiday season.
Several times per year our deacons sell “Emergency Kits” filled with essential items including water, canned and dried foods and personal items like
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is the emergency and refugee program of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. PDA enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by
Most recently our church has supported the PDA efforts in the greater New Orleans and Gulfport regions and Midwest areas devastated by hurricanes and tornados with donations, care packages and teams of students and adults helping with reconstruction.
To learn more about PDA click here: www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/pda/
Through our missional partners including Futuro del Oro, Iglesia Nuevo Pacto and Not Church we have a dynamic home building program in the
For more info about Futuro del Oro, click here.
Tumaini Children’s Home, Kenya
The Tumaini Children’s Ministry in Nyeri, Kenya began in 1997 when a few children were fed by the church while they resided in their own homes or on the streets. In 2003, the Home opened its doors to resident children. Today, the Ministry is home to 200+ children in primary and secondary school including some who are handicapped and can not attend school. The Tumaini Ministry also includes Sugarbaker Clinic which tends to the children’s medical needs. In addition, the clinic serves the local community’s medical needs at subsidized fees however, the very needy are treated at no cost. The Ministry has a tailoring department which produces school uniforms for the children as well as other clothes and items for sale. The Computer department offers skills to older children while outsiders pay a little fee.
While some talented youth have completed high school and are pursuing university or vocational type training at several institutions of higher learning, and have become an inspiration to others, the majority of the graduates are unable to find jobs or become self-employed due to practical skills or opportunities. Because of this, a Vocational Center is now being built with funds donated to the organization and should be completed within the year.
In 2017, a small group from our congregation and Laguna Presbyterian Church went to Kenya to visit the home and many of the children that we sponsor. It was an amazing and uplifting experience for all of those who travelled with us. The children were all forthcoming and excited to see us. We are all looking forward to going back sometime in the future.
If you would like more information about sponsoring a child from the Tumaini Home, or about this organization, please contact Diane Roper at email@example.com
Ubumwe Community Center, Rwanda
For more information, please contact Malia Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.