We are committed to serving our local community and our surrounding areas through a variety of initiatives. There are a variety of opportunities to serve locally in the community as well as within other ministries here at Coast Hills Community Church.
Coast Hills Food Pantry
| The Coast Hills Food Pantry is a ministry that we offer on-site at Coast Hills the 2nd and last Saturday of each month to assist families in our area who struggle to provide food on their table. If you are in need of food, or want to serve, please contact Scott Agler at (949) 842-7491.
Coast Hills Mobile Food Pantry
congregation collects food donations, which allows the mobile food
pantry truck and volunteer team to serve the Marine families at Camp
Pendleton on the third Saturday of each month.
If you can donate food, organize and stock the warehouse, or serve with us contact Sally Hales at email@example.com
, or 949-683-4709
Family Promise at Coast Hills
Family Promise is a non-profit organization devoted to providing short-term shelter, meals, case-management and individualized assistance to homeless families in transition. As a host congregation for Family Promise, Coast Hills has the opportunity, four times a year, to provide support for the families who stay with us, making them feel welcome, safe, and loved as they take the next steps toward their own independence. In a one-week period, nearly 50 volunteer opportunities will be available to serve these families.
See how you can get involved…
| This outreach is to incarcerated and at-risk youth in Orange County with Protestant Chaplaincy Ministry. Orangewood Children’s Home and Juvenile Hall are two of the ministries we help! To be involved in this ministry, you must attend the volunteer orientation. The next training session is on Monday March 17th, 2014
from 6:30pm to 8:30 at the Orange County Juvenile Hall, 331 The City Drive, South Orange.
To sign up for the orientation RSVP with Sheri Snyder at 714-434-6012. Opportunities include Bible study leader ministering to incarcerated youth in a small group Bible study, Discipler working one on one with incarcerated youth, worship volunteer for church services, Social Services volunteer ministering to shelter care (abused/dependent) youth at Orangewood Children’s Home.
Any questions about the ministry can be directed to David Nusz
714-313-3337 or Sheri Snyder
at 714-935-6365 or 714-434-6012.
Kairos Prison Ministry
| A Christian ministry that brings "The love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ to all incarcerated individuals, their families and to those who work with them inside and outside the correctional institution". For more information contact: Pat Hernandez (949) 636-4332 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
| Lighthouse is a ministry for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities. Our goal is to provide a social outlet for people with special needs and to demonstrate that the love of Jesus was for everyone--regardless of appearance or ability. Lighthouse meets on Mondays from 7-8:30 pm in Room 101, and is for those aged 14 and up. Click here for more information
Mentor Me Ministry "Leading Christian men to share Christ's love with Fatherless boys!”
| Mentor ME Ministries Inc., is a 501(c)(3) Religious Non-profit organization, designed to provide Christian men to mentor Fatherless boys that range in ages from 5 years to mid teens. These boys never or rarely see their dads! They are “fatherless” due to their dads being deceased, restrained as abusers, imprisoned, divorcing or never having married their moms, leaving their sons at birth, living out of state or country and other abandonment issues. The boys are desperate for father-figures and role models in their lives. It is this need that our mentors are dedicated to fulfilling.
We share Christ's love with Fatherless boys by spending time with them during group mentoring events and activities. These group events give the boys an opportunity to bond with their mentors, while having fun and learning. All of our activities include prayer and Bible study. In this way, we can give the boys a solid foundation and lead them in a close relationship with the Lord. Our screening process for mentors includes fingerprinting and background checks.
To get involved today, contact Andy Schiller email@example.com
or Andy at (949) 510-5257.
| Since 1973, Olive Crest has transformed the lives of over 50,000 abused, neglected, and at-risk children and their families. They work tirelessly to meet the individual needs of kids in crisis by providing safe homes, counseling, and education for both youth and parents. Their many innovative programs reflect their conviction that strengthening the family is one of the most powerful ways to help heal children. With unwavering compassion, the Olive Crest family maintains a lifelong commitment to the youth and families they serve even after they have graduated from their programs. Volunteer opportunities include mentors, tutors, chaplains, interns, childcare, physical activities, cooking, creative arts, and adopt-a-home. For more information contact olivecrest.org
Orange County Rescue Mission
| The Orange County Rescue Mission is a non-profit organization whose mission is to minister the love of Jesus Christ to the Least, the Last, and the Lost of our Community through the provision of assistance in the areas of guidance, counseling, education, job training, shelter, food, clothing, health care and independent living communities. For more information contact Rob Pelletier at firstname.lastname@example.org or (714) 247-4369
Orange County Rescue Mission "Chili Van"
| The Chili Van Mobile Food Ministry provides hot bowls of chili, beverages and bread to thousands of at-risk people who are either homeless or can't afford food. To help serve in Dana Point on Tuesday's contact Karen Colston at email@example.com or in Santa Ana on Thursday's contact Ryan Burris at firstname.lastname@example.org.