"Jesus sees the multitudes and He has compassion on them."
Though we unable to serve our community in the ways that we are accustomed to, we are still able to love our neighbors, family, friends, and community during this season in the following ways:
We received an urgent plea from Alpine Attic, the thrift store that supports Alpine Camp, which hosts our summer and winter camps. They are in need of volunteers to serve 4 hours per month at their store located at 2115 Pacific Coast Hwy., Lomita (near Big Lots). For more information, contact Dorothy Johnson at 310.530.2817.
Do a prayer walk through your neighborhood praying for protection over homes & families. Click here for a list of additional things you can pray for during this season.
We are mobilizing our staff to purchase needed items for our congregation and community & anticipate the need for benevolence to increase during this time. In order to continue caring for basic needs in our church, we need your help! GIVE ONLINE
While we continue to look for ways our congregation can help, click here for a list of ways you can use your unique gifts to serve the community.
sew face masks.
support local business.
call & check in.
Face masks are a tangible way you can help our community. as we continue to give them to our ministry partners and local medical facilities. Please place all donations in a plastic bag to keep them protected and drop them off in the brown bin located outside of Carlson Hall.
Order take-out from a local restaurant or see if your favorite store is open for curbside pickup. Purchase a gift card to use later, or order a meal for a neighbor, essential worker, or senior and deliver it to them.
Make phone calls to your neighbors, to your family, friends, and co-workers. Let them know you care and they are not forgotten. Encourage them to watch our online sermons.
Let us know if you would like to receive a Care Package. They contain non-perishable food and household items.
Click here to open a list of local resources available.
ADDITIONAL FOOD RESOURCES:
18807 Crenshaw Place, Torrance (in the back of the building)
Tuesdays and Fridays, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
For delivery to seniors, call 310.534.4040 ext. 302
Offering “grab and go” meals for children under 18 regardless of the school they attend.
Monday through Friday, from 7 to 10 am
Narbonne Senior High School | 24300 Western Ave., Harbor City
Dana Middle School | 1501 S. Cabrillo Ave., San Pedro
Click for a complete map of schools
LA Food Bank
Click for locations near you
Critical Delivery Service (For seniors 60+, disabled, and dependent adults)
Delivering groceries, household items, and vital necessities
Call 888.863.7411 between 8 am-5 pm M-F
We have a team of people praying for you! Let us know if you have any specific prayer requests.