Whether it’s serving our neighbors, colleagues, or engaging in restorative work, we want to join God in what he is doing in our community.
We believe that God has called us to serve those in need. We’ve seen that spiritual growth and renewal can occur for all involved when we engage in a relationship-based ministry of service. Join us in serving those in need regularly.
We are thankful to partner with non-profit agencies to support those experiencing and emerging out of homelessness.
We are honored to work with non-profit agencies who are committed to helping children, teens and families in need.
We want to bless our neighbors, colleagues, and the city around us. Not with any agenda, but with God’s love.
Who: Ages 14+, Community group friendly
What: Join us as we sleep on the roof from October 19-21st. During this experience you will, help serve meals, play with kids, and do projects around the mission as you learn from and pour into people experiencing homelessness on Skid Row.
When: Orientation: October 7th, in B102 at 1:00 PM
Who: Ages 21+; Community Group Friendly
What: Imagine Whittier is a mentorship program for families transitioning out of homelessness. Come to an information meeting to learn how you can become a mentor. Info meetings happening regularly-fill out a "Ready to Serve" form to get contacted with an upcoming date.
Who: Ages 16+, Community Group friendly
What: Come and help us prepare dinner and spend time with the residents of First day! Please sign up below.
When: Sunday, September 30th @ 3:30 pm
Who: Ages 18+
What: Tutor a child, teen, adult or those needing ESL help. Commitment is 2 hours a week, training provided. Must attend all three training dates.
When: September 15th, 22nd, and 29th from 9-12
Who: Ages 14+. Community Group friendly
What: Assist in serving over 1,300 families in need every week. Drivers, food distributors and warehouse workers needed.
When: Mon- Friday: 8:30-12; Tuesday 4:00-7 PM
Who: All Ages
What: Do you want to be on the leadership team for year two of our Like Never Before Local Compassion project? We are looking for motivated individuals to help with fundraising, outreach, and more! If you are interested please email email@example.com.
Who: Registered Nurses
What: Help others learn the importance of knowing their numbers by taking blood pressures.
When: First Sunday of each month, upper patio; 9-9:30am & 10:30-11am
Who: All ages
What: If you would like to learn how to apply your faith in your workplace and neighborhood, then this is the ministry for you! We meet quarterly here at WACC and discuss how we can live our Faith out in the real world. For more information, contact Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who: Ages 18+ with care and compassion for the home bound
What: Give the gift of time and encouragement for those who need a friendly home visit and/or help with the simple tasks of daily living.
Needs and volunteer opportunities in the church and community. Check it out. Get involved. #followgodlovepeoplechangetheworld