Throughout the year we will have projects for groups and individuals where we will join together and serve. At each of these locations, they also need ongoing help from individuals on a regular basis. Please read about these opportunities and explore whether God is calling you to serve on a regular basis. Contact Brian Morehead at with questions.


Opportunities to serve our community!

  • Ensenada Outreach

    There are thousands of people just over the boarder living without a decent roof over their head. Churches are near and they want to help but they lack the resources. Join us as we partner with the church community in Ojos Negros to put on a VBS, feed the town lunch, paint and roof several houses and build two new ones. We have the opportunity to help them show the love of Christ to their community. The cost is $220 for adults, $180 for age 15 and younger. Families of 4 or more pay $620 total. This includes meals and transportation.

    Sign Up (Adults)        Sign Up (16 and under)  

  • future dates

    Mexico House Build at Rocky Peak - April 1

    Young Life Fiesta Night Volunteers - April 22

    San Fernando Rescue Mission Dinner - April 25

    Ensenada Mission Trip April 28-30

    Action Service Day - May 5

    Domestic Violence Safe-Home Clean-Up - May 5

    Golden Heart Ranch Construction Project - May 14 & 21

    Family Resource Center Service Day - June 10

    Zoe, Acton Ground Clearing Day - June TBD

    Operation Gratitude - July 15, August 19

    Union Rescue Christmas in July - July 12

    Union Rescue Mission Overnight Experience - August 12-13

    All Serve - November 4


Hope Gardens Family Center

Hope Gardens Family Center is an oasis of hope on 71 acres in the foothills of Sylmar, California. This transitional housing campus offers sanctuary to single women and children who are experiencing homelessness. They help women transition from homelessness to independence within 12 to 36 months by offering long-term rehabilitation programs, services, and spiritual care.

Volunteer Opportunities 

San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission

This program has been designed to provide homeless men, women, children and families an opportunity to obtain food, shelter, and basic life necessities, as well as a foundation for restoration by developing a personalized plan based on each family's and individual's needs for achieving personal growth, employment, and housing.

   Volunteer Opportunities

Union Rescue Mission

For over 125 years, people with feelings of distress and despair have been coming to Union Rescue Mission, a group committed to life transformational ministry through the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as demonstrated in these core values.

   Volunteer Opportunities

Community Pregnancy Clinic

The Community Pregnancy Clinic (CPC) is a licensed medical clinic dedicated to helping women and families in unplanned pregnancies. We believe in empowering women through education and information to help her make the best decision for her physical, mental, and spiritual health. Our free services include ultrasound exams, pregnancy tests, STD/STI tests, post-abortion recovery, and sexual abuse recovery. 

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Prison Ministries

Only Hope Prison Ministries is focused on declaring the Word of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ to the inmates of the Los Angeles County jail system.

Volunteer Opportunities 


PALS is a youth program that helps youth develop good character and strong, positive attitudes toward police ocers and the law through recreational and educational settings under the supervision and constructive inuence of dedicated law enforcement professionals. The goal is to bridge the gap between youth and their respect for the law and the ocers who enforce it.

Volunteer Opportunities


ACTION was born out of a desire to network churches, agencies, and businesses together to collectively serve the needs throughout the community. It engages thousands of volunteers to serve on hundreds of projects which focus primarily on seniors, disabled residents, under resourced families, the homeless population, and at risk youth.

Volunteer Opportunities 


The Challenger Division was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, ages 4 through adult to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in this sport worldwide.

Volunteer Opportunities