EVERYBODY SERVING SOMEONE, SOMEWHERE, SOMEHOW.
The Church has left the building. We always proclaim that the Church is a people and not a building and we must be intentional, creative, and faithful in the ways we minister to one another and to this community that God so dearly loves. Beyond caring for your family and your geographical neighbors, we as a Church family have some opportunities to take action and be the Church here and now.
ADOPT A FOSTER FAMILY
SLO Country currently has 386 foster families. Our Foster/Adopt ministry functions to support these families as they open their hearts and homes to kids in need. If you'd like to get involved with supporting our Foster ministry, you can do so at any capacity that you feel called. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask how you can get involved. If you'd like to learn more about the Foster/Adopt & CSEC ministry, visit their page here.
Our mission is “Bringing Healing to Hurting Humanity.” We are dedicated to providing practical and spiritual training to rehabilitate broken men and women. Our goal is to prepare these individuals to return to their families and communities, healed from the chains of addiction. By “Bringing Healing to Hurting Humanity“, those we counsel and mentor can realize their dreams as they move into their destiny, learning how to recover, how to break free from their addictions, anger and grief, and how to set boundaries in their lives–tools they will need once they enter back into society.
Good News Club
Good News Club aims to evangelize boys and girls in schools, homes, churches, and just about anywhere they can easily and safely meet with their parent’s permission.
Immigrant Hope provides legal counsel and education to immigrants to build relationships as a way to share the Gospel.
Knowing You Matter
Knowing You Matter exists for the purpose of showing You...the one considering, the one who’s survived, and the family and friends of the lost...Matter through community outreach and support.
Lifeline shares the love of Christ and information on alternatives to abortion for women and girls in our local community. We offer critical support, mentoring, and healing.
Lifeline also has a job opportunity that will move forward once the county reopens for people who have experienced the loss of job due to the pandemic. If you are interested in a part-time position, or would like to volunteer as a receptionist, please call 805.481.4987.