Join us for a day to serve and bless our city with the love of Jesus! We will be working on projects with our current existing missions’ partners as well as joining in with churches across the county for the Compton Initiative. Check out and sign up for a project below!
What: Painting exterior staircases at Harvest Home, (Venice area) while others carry out a deep clean of the interior of the home where the women live.
When: 10:30am - 2:00pm
What: Preparing a cooked meal for residents at one of two Santa Monica shelters. During lunch volunteers will eat with the residents and get to know them, followed by a card making activity.
When: 10:00am - 2:00pm
What: The team makes its’ way along Venice boardwalk, chatting and ministering to people, while handing out supplies such as water, blankets and hygiene kits. The team will share lunch together afterwards to debrief.
When: 9:45am - 12:00pm
What: Our team will join others from churches and organizations across LA to work on projects such as painting a local school, murals, nearby homes and block-clean ups. You will be placed in teams on the day when you meet at the Compton Courthouse on Acacia Ave.
When: 7:00am - 12:00pm
What: Sack lunch assembly at the Salvation Army center in Downtown Santa Monica, followed by outreach/passing out the lunches to those experiencing homelessness in the area
When: 10:00am - 1:00pm
There are plenty of ways to get involved individually, with a group of friends or as a Community Group. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or click the calendar dates below to sign up now.
Come serve our neighbors experiencing homelessness by preparing and sharing lunch at The People Concern (formerly OPCC). Each first Saturday of the month, we cook and serve meals for residents of the Turning Point and Cloverfield shelters in Santa Monica.
Join us as we serve, bless and build community with those experiencing homelessness in Venice by passing out water bottles and socks. Venice Bottles and Socks takes place on the 2nd Saturday of every month.
Harvest Home transforms the lives of homeless pregnant women and their children by providing housing, support, and programs that equip women to become great mothers. Current opportunities include, hosting weekly dinners, mentorship, running Alpha and more!
Prison Fellowship seeks to restore those affected by crime and incarceration by introducing prisoners, victims, and their families to a new hope available through Jesus Christ. Current opportunities include our annual Angel Tree Gift Drive and joining the team on periodic in-prison “hope events."
We also encourage you to explore these great organizations for serving along side the vulnerable.
Safe Families help at-risk children by providing a safe, temporary home for children while their struggling parents cope with issues like illness, unemployment, addiction, domestic abuse, or incarceration. The ultimate goal is to protect the family, prevent child abuse, keep children out of the foster care system, and, ultimately, reunite children with their biological parents. Contact Rebekah Weigel.