LOCAL MISSION

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SERVE WITH US

“When Jesus saw the crowds, he had compassion on them...Then he said to his disciples, 'The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore ask the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”

Mark 9:36-38

THE GENEVA "FIX-IT" GANG

The Fix-It Gang is back with a new system, making it easier than ever to request help with a project in your home.

Eligible projects include installations, repairs, and cleaning. All projects are free! For a project to be approved, it must not require a permit per local code enforcement or take more than 2 hours total for each visit. You may request a project online at bit.ly/Fixitgang, and we will follow up with a phone call to schedule!

Looking for a way to to show your gratitude? We love baked goods! If you’re looking to donate, please consider giving to the Fix-It Gang or the Youth Scholarship account.

Interested in the “fixer” side of things? Contact Pastor Ryan at rromberg@genevapres.org.

SAN JOAQUIN
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

San Joaquin is our local elementary school. It is a Title 1 school which means it receives funding to help it’s underprivileged students. Our partnership serves to increase the Wellbeing of students through an Interactive Wellness Room, a School Garden, and Wellness Fairs.

How you can serve:
  • Volunteer for an upcoming service project or get put on a list to be notified when one is planned.

    To find out more, email Pastor Ryan Romberg at rromberg@genevapres.org.
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF
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Just a stone's throw away from Geneva's campus, over the years we have enjoyed a close relationship with the Boys & Girls Club Family Resource Center in Iglesia Park. Our mission has always been to be a resource for the Center when they need outside support. Whether providing a few more helping hands or additional funding for programs or supplies, the church will continue to be neighbors they can count upon.

How you can serve:
  • Afternoon Homework Club
  • Holiday Homework Club Gift Drive
To find out more, email Pastor Ryan Romberg at rromberg@genevapres.org.
Fall Food Drive
in partnership with South Orange County Outreach

SEPTEMBERCanned Beans

OCTOBERMiscellaneous 

NOVEMBERSoups

DECEMBER: Canned Fruit

Looking to give this fall? Consider supporting our local community through our mission partner South County Outreach. To better serve their clients across Orange County, SCO is initiating a new program for faith-based partners (like Geneva!) to collect specific items each month for the food drive.

 

Click on the listed food items for more specifics on monthly needs.
For more information, visit their website at www.sco-oc.org or reach out to SCO via email at Foodteam@sco-oc.org.

SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY OUTREACH (SCO)
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For more than 30 years, SCO has been a leader in the fight to end hunger and homelessness in Orange County. In addition to providing financial assistance, Geneva facilitates food drives to help replenish the Food Pantry which distributes over 800,000 pounds of food and keeps nearly 2,500 children fed each year. Additionally, we sponsor a social worker who provides the information and education people need to better their circumstances.

How you can serve:
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ORANGE COUNTY RESCUE MISSION VILLAGE OF HOPE

The Orange County Rescue Mission has a number of programs through which they serve the Least, the Last and the Lost. Geneva contributes financial support to the Village of Hope which provides transitional and emergency housing for up to 262 homeless men, women, children and families. Residents have access to counseling services, job training, medical and dental care and more. 

How you can serve:
BRIDGES USA
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The Bridges organization empowers local individuals in the United States to become leaders and to improve the lives of people in their communities. These leaders may help pregnant teenagers, feed the hungry, assist the elderly or care for single moms. While doing these things, Bridge leaders also make disciples of Jesus and form new Christ-following communities.

You too can become a Bridge Leader! To find out more, email Pastor Ryan Romberg at rromberg@genevapres.org.

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HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PRESBYTERIAN COALITION

Geneva is one of 46 churches in Orange County which make up the Los Ranchos Presbytery. Operating under the old adage "many hands make light work", Geneva has joined with our sister churches to offer financial and human resources to help build homes for those who are in the greatest need in our community.

How you can serve:
  • Join a work team! Click here for the most recent build schedule.