We Think Local.
God has placed us in Fullerton California for a reason. We have been called to serve the city of Fullerton and its people. We love our city, we love our community groups and we love our restaurants. We love all of these things not only because we think they are all great, but because God loves them also. Below are some ways in which we connect and minister to our city and ways in which you can get involved!
Through donations of food and other items for their feeding and housing programs for the needy and homeless. PFH is also launching a brand new food and resource program for students at three local community colleges to help end student hunger! We are excited to be a part of this new program and we look forward to continuing our efforts to meet the needs of our Fullerton folk. For more information on the program click here. If you would like more information on how we are involved and how you can help, please contact our main office here.
We believe that God has called us to feed those who are hungry. By preparing and serving meals to homeless families, in partnership with other local churches we meet the needs of those who are hungry. But we also believe that God has called us to be in authentic relationship with these people and to know their names and hear their stories. Join us as we cook, serve and fellowship our neighbors, who are made in the image of God.
For a full schedule of when we meet with the families, please contact our office here.
Join one of our great teams that meet every 5th Friday night from 5:45 to 7:15 pm. Just try it out – it’s a great gift to the people we help as well as a fun time with new friends. Please contact Elizabeth Desloge at email@example.com or contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Everyone is welcome – age 12 and above.
CROP Hunger Walks are community-wide events sponsored by Church World Service and organized by local congregations or groups to raise funds to end hunger at home and around the world.
Each year we gather together as a community of faith and participate with thousands of other congregations in an effort to raise funds which will aid in the relief of hungry around the world. If you would like more information about our annual CROP hunger walk and how to get involved please contact our main office here.
COW is a non-profit organization committed to teaching students how to use and value the Bible, the Chapel on Wheels program provides a Bible-based curriculum for 4th-5th-grade students. Classes are held in mobile classroom units parked at various local schools on scheduled days, October-May. MPC houses the local mobile unit at MPC parking lot when not in use.
If you would like to know more information about this program and how to get involved please contact our main office here.