Community Partners

Loving Our Neighbors

We love our city and desire to serve the needs of our neighbors in need. Below are some ways you can get involved in serving our community and brief descriptions of our community outreach partners.

Use the form button link below to let us know what you are interested in and we’ll connect you with the right people and current serving opportunities.

Care for abandoned and neglected children in our community. (FACES) – See below for info about our Family Strong Event (Sun., Apr. 18)

Provide a network of support for children and families in crisis. (Safe Families)

Serve our homeless neighbors. (InterFaith, Solutions for Change)

Welcome and assist refugees God has brought to live among us. (Journey of Hope)

Encourage parents making life-affirming choices. (Alternatives Medical Clinic)

Support victims of sexual trafficking and exploitation. (Generate Hope)

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Our amazing community partners:

FACES: Foster Care and Adoption Support

Adoptive families, foster parents, guardians, those exploring adoption, and supportive friends and family members are welcome to join the FACES Foster Care and Adoption Support Ministry. Focusing on connecting, encouraging and learning together, they strive to love well the children entrusted into their care. Faces also organizes a “wrap team” to provide emotional and tangible support to families actively welcoming children into their home through adoption or foster care. Contact Outreach Ministries to learn more.

CLICK HERE to find out more about, register for and attend our Family Strong event on Sunday, April 18, at 2pm in the Children’s Center Warehouse.

Family Strong Event

Safe Families for Children 

When crisis strikes, many of us rely on relatives and our church family for support. But for some parents, there isn’t a safety net. Since 2005, Safe Families for Children offers sanctuary to thousands of children, minimizing the risk of abuse or neglect, and gives parents the time and tools they need to help their families thrive. Learn how you, too, can help families in crisis. [Learn more]

Interfaith Community Services

Interfaith provides employment services, housing, nutrition, and basic needs, in addition to behavioral health and recovery support for people in need. There are many opportunities to get involved as most programs are contingent upon volunteer support. A couple ways to volunteer include working as an intake case manager or preparing meals with the food pantry team every third Tuesday morning of the month. Orientation provided. [Learn More]

Solutions for Change

Solutions for Change strives to end homelessness by addressing the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual causes. Through Solutions University, a 1,000-day program, families receive affordable housing, educational and leadership training, workforce development, as well as ongoing self-development counseling and courses for parents and children. [Learn More]

Alternatives Medical Clinic

Alternatives Medical Clinic is a nonprofit, free AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care), fully licensed clinic which provides a medical environment that protects the right to life of the preborn and offers guidance to women who find themselves with an unplanned pregnancy, as well as those who are considering abortion. Alternatives, a life-affirming Christian ministry, has various volunteer needs. Training provided. [Learn More]


GenerateHope, a faith-based organization, provides a comprehensive, long-term recovery program (up to two years) for victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation. The ministry provides housing and a day program that offers classes designed to help girls obtain their GED or diploma, and psychotherapy groups focused on healing the trauma of the sex trade. In addition, GenerateHope provides adjunct therapies and collaborates with the community for medical, dental, psychiatry, and tattoo removal. [Learn More]

Use the form button link below to let us know what you are interested in and we’ll connect you with the right people and current serving opportunities.

Submit Interest Form

Have Questions or Need More Info?

Contact Tim Mitchell in Outreach Ministries if you have questions:
(760) 781-2159 | Email Tim