When I Had No Place To Stay You Invited Me In
The Homeless Ministry goes early in the morning to visit and bless homeless individuals in San Bernardino with prayer, food and hygiene items. We also look to help those who would like to get off the streets or change their current circumstances.
This ministry is special because we get to connect and talk with homeless individuals in our city and show them that they are noticed and loved. It is a blessing to share with them the Good News of Jesus Christ and help them out with the resources that they need.
The Homeless Ministry goes out at 9:00 am on the 3rd Saturday of each month.
State Cooperative Extension Web Sites
The Cooperative Extension sites have a wealth of information for any backyard gardener. Once you go to the site look for a link for homes and gardens, landscape, consumer horticulture, etc. to find information on improving your backyard garden. Neighboring state sites may offer information your own states site lacks.
When You Found Me Thirsty You Gave Me Something To Drink
Rock in the Streets is a dynamic outreach ministry which takes food, clothing, an exciting childrens program and the hope of Jesus Christ to the inner cities of our valley.
The families are loved, prayed for and given the Gospel message in their own neighborhoods, while our shuttle services are offered to those who would like to attend church. Thousands of lives have been changed from coming to Christ through this amazing outreach. The Inland Empire Shall Be Saved!
Rock In The Streets meets every 4th Saturday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at the Food Distribution Center before heading out.
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Join Our Sunday Service
We currently stream our service to Zoom.This is available to join from around 10.15am on a Sunday and the service starts at 10.30am.
PLEASE NOTE:We will end the Zoom stream as we go into ministry time during the final song. This is to respect those coming out for prayer.
Meeting ID: 878 9918 9831Passcode: 386580
And When I Was In Prison You Visited Me
It is our commitment to take the gospel of Jesus Christ into the jails, prisons, and juvenile detention centers of the Inland Empire. If you have a heart for those who are incarcerated and would like to visit the prisons or juvenile detention centers in the Inland Empire, or become a Pen Pal, then we invite you to join us.
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User Questions And Answers
Answer a question below ONLY IF you know the answerHow do I volunteer?Do you know if I can get food delivered to me?
If you fill out a form, you can designate a person that is already going to the Pantry and that person can pick up your food and bring it to you.y
Do I need to make an appointment?How do I make a donation?Can I do my community service hours at this location?What type of documentation do I need to apply for food?
How Does A Food Pantry Work
Food Banks acquire large donations of edible but unmarketable food from the food industry and distribute it to organizations that feed hungry people. Then they provide this food to family in a need.
Our vision is simplebring financial security, dignity, and savings to the millions experiencing financial stress.
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When I Was Sick You Tenderly Cared For Me
Our Convalescent Ministry has the honor of bringing church services to the maturing adult population at various Convalescent and Rehabilitation Facilities in the Inland Empire. Our team shares the Good News about Jesus Christ and ministers the Word of God to these precious individuals through worship, messages, prayer, blessings, exhortation, and fellowship.
As we bring His love into every facility, we get to strengthen the faith filled and give hope and courage to those who have yet to receive Christ!
The Convalescent Ministry meets on the first and third Saturday of each month at 9:00 a.m. in CEC Room 103 before heading out.
Due to current Covid restrictions all ministry dates are subject to change. Please contact for more information.
What Is The Difference Between A Food Bank And A Food Pantry
Independent community food pantries are self-governing and usually distribute food to their clients on a once-a-month basis. A food bank is the storehouse for millions of pounds of food and other products that go out to the community. A food pantry functions as the arms that reach out to that community directly.
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Tanf Temporary Assistance For Needy Families
We partner with Douglas County to help families apply for and receive government financial assistance. This assistance can be used for rent, mortgage, utilities, auto repair, or insurance.
TANF is available for Douglas County residents with one or more children living at home and a household income under $75,000/year.
If you would like to apply for temporary assistance please download and fill out the application.When the application is complete, please return it to
People Can Donate And Pick Up Supplies At The Rock
People drove up to The Rock church, one after another, each with a unique story.
Some had a quarantined loved one going through tough financial times, and they came to get that person food for the week. Others were a single parent who lost his or her job because of COVID-19. More were elderly, needing support for themselves, and sometimes, there on behalf of an elderly friend in need, too. People came alone, or with members of two to three different families packed in one car.
Whatever the reason, volunteers at the Castle Rock church wrote down any dietary restrictions, the number of people who needed food, packed up a box, and loaded it into vehicle after vehicle.
Lead Pastor Mike Polhemus said the nondenominational church started the drive-thru food bank on March 28, not sure what sort of turnout to expect. When 135 people came, the church decided to hold it again.
On April 4, volunteers sent 56 families, or 157 people total, home with enough food for three to four days. The church will hold the food bank from 9 a.m. to noon every Saturday for as long as there is demand or as long as supplies last. Anyone in need can come.
We just try to say, look, we’re going to be here for you. This isn’t a one-time thing, Polhemus said.
On April 4, folding tables filled The Rock’s lobby, each piled with dry goods, non-perishables and fresh produce. Chicken, steak, pasta, eggs, vegetables, toilet paper, toiletries and more were available.
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