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Serving in Local Community Organizations
Do you enjoy knitting? If so, come join our group that meets the first Friday morning of each month. We knit afghans for people who are sick or face other life challenges.
CLICK HERE for more information from Katie Coffin
Dresses for Africa Group – Tuesdays, 12:30PM
Sews dresses and shorts for children of Africa. Join this group, which meets every Tuesday in Tankersley Hall from 12:30 to 3PM. Take-home kits with supplies are available or use your own material. The community is welcome!
CLICK HERE for more information from Diane Cullings
Read about this ministry, “Sewing Dresses, Spreading Joy”, November 30, 2012.
CLICK HERE to read an article by Suzanne Chen, published in the Examiner.
Feeding the Homeless
Provide an evening meal for the homeless at the Laguna Beach Alternative Sleeping Location (ASL). Laguna Presbyterian Church provides meals on the 2nd, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays and the 2nd Friday of each month.
CLICK HERE for more details on this program.
CLICK HERE for more information from Cindy Campbell
LaPlaya ESL Center
Provides free English (as a second language) lessons taught by volunteers of the community. Lessons are Monday through Thursday from 9 -11AM at the Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club.
CLICK HERE for more information from Cindy Carmichael
Little Brown Mission (A Christ-Centered Urban Mission Hub)
The Little Brown Mission (LBM) is located in the middle of the ethnically diverse city of Long Beach, California. LBM serves as a mission hub for Christ-centered ministries of all walks of life, from a South American Catholic Church, a homeless feeding program, an outreach to inner city youth, and a ministry focused on serving women who are trying to escape addiction and the sex industry. LBM sees an opportunity to bring together the people of God in a way that has the potential of touching lives in a meaningful way.
CLICK HERE for more information about the LBM
CLICK HERE to contact Rev. Jeff McCrory
Love Thy Neighbor Program
Assist seniors, widows and others, by delivering a multitude of services they can no longer do for themselves. This program reaches out to members of Laguna Presbyterian Church and to individuals in the Laguna Beach community.
CLICK HERE for more information from Rick Shoemaker
Coordinates with San Clemente Military Family Outreach (SCMFO) to assist and support military families on Camp Pendleton Marine Base, especially during Thanksgiving and Christmas with holiday meals and help in purchasing school supplies.
CLICK HERE for more information from Ken Cornelison
Each fall, Laguna Presbyterian Church helps to provide and sort books for a book fair at Wilson School in Santa Ana.
Supporting Our Local Community Organizations
Laguna Presbyterian Church supports the following local non-profit organizations and ministries with a monthly monetary donation. CLICK on the name of the organization for more information. Many of these organization also have volunteer opportunities.
Provides medical care for all individuals in Orange County, regardless of ability to pay.
Assists homeless adults to regain self-sufficiency and become more productive members of the community.
Heifer International’s mission is to work with communities to end world hunger and poverty, and to care for the earth. LPC participates in Heifer’s alternative gift giving at Christmas, and at the “Beyond Our Borders” exhibit at the Orange County fair each year. LPC has been involved with Heifer International for 30 years.
Reaching out to the desperate, unloved, de-churched, and un-churched in Huntington Beach R.V. Parks.
Provides transportation and other essential services for senior citizens of Laguna Beach.
Enhances the lives of seniors through programs and services that promote independence, wellness and community.
Provides resources for older adults to promote vitality, provide meals for the home-bound through Meals on Wheels, and support independence.
Provides short-term crisis intervention shelter for youth ages 11-17, with the goal of reunifying families
Provides assistance to Laguna Beach residents in times of disaster and helps homeless, indigent and the working poor with food, clothing and information.
The Food Pantry Needs Volunteers! If you can spare a few hours each week to help stock shelves, you would be very appreciated.