Here are some of the ways we care for the needs of the church
As Christians, we are commanded by Jesus to take the Gospel to every
individual (Matthew 28:19). In obedience to this command, groups
regularly go out to the surrounding areas of Southern California and
into all kinds of situations to share the Gospel with people who need to know Jesus.
An Usher watches over and takes care of the needs of the people as they come to the church to attend services. During regular services, ushers are assigned different roles in the sanctuary, from seating people, to greeting and handing out bulletins at the doors, to helping parents find the appropriate classroom for their children.
Tabitha’s Testimony is a ministry for those who knit, crochet, or sew. We meet in the first Tuesday of each month from 9:00am till noon in the Fellowship Hall to make items for people in hospitals battling cancer, convalescent homes, and community outreaches.
The Doulos Ministry exists to serve the physical needs of the church body as a whole. Those serving in the ministry have the opportunity to provide many different service, things like providing meals for families with newborns, transportation to doctor’s appointments, moving…
It is our desire to minister the love of Jesus to those in our community who are struggling, to help provide for their physical needs as well as to their deepest need, to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. That they may know, “How Much More” the Lord cares for them.
Dealing with cancer is hard but you don’t have to do it alone. The Christ and Cancer Support Group is an offshoot of the Christ and Cancer Facebook page which serves as an online gathering place for those who have been touched by cancer.
This ministry serves people of all ages who have learning disabilities, including, but not limited to, autism and cerebral palsy. Our focus is on teaching the Word of God at the learning level of those who attend the class.