We are intentional about meeting the spiritual needs of our actual neighbors and people in our surrounding community. Following Jesus’ instructions, we provide food, clothing and resources to those with great needs; we also partner with a variety of organizations who serve the marginalized in our community.
EvFree Fullerton uses regular and one-time donations to help meet emergency needs of those in our church family and the marginalized in the community through local compassion-based ministries. For more information, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Night Service
We all remember the days when churches had a Sunday Night Service, right? Well, it time to bring it back only this time there's a twist! Instead of gathering for more teaching and singing on Sunday nights, once a month, we're going to gather for worship of Christ through service to our city. Whether cleaning up a local neighborhood park, repainting a community center, offering free laundry services at a local laundromat, or helping widows fix up their homes, we're going to gather together to love our neighbors with tangible acts of service, followed by a dinner out somewhere fun together. Sunday Night Service is open to all ages, and promises to be a great time to put our faith in action as a family. For more information you can email Mitch Fierro.
Good Samaritan Center
We invite you to serve at the Good Samaritan Center Monday–Friday, 4:15–5:15pm on our campus. Volunteers can choose one day a week and be trained to do one-on-one counseling and provide resources to those who are marginalized in our community. For more information, email Rick Stanford.
We invite you to assist teen mothers by participating in mentoring, childcare during Bible Studies, and helping to host baby showers. For more information, contact Jeanette Jimenez, 714-579-1028.
We invite you to volunteer at this facility in Orange that reaches out to at-risk young mothers. Volunteers assist with a Bible study for graduates of the program and residents in the Parenting Program and Second Step Housing. For more information, email Amy Nissan.
OC United is a non-profit foundation launched by EvFree Fullerton to build broader partnerships for loving others in our community. You can volunteer with OC United in the areas of foster care, the homeless and local neighborhood schools. For more information, visit ocunited.org.
Royal Family Kids/TLC
We invite you to volunteer as a Royal Family Kids camp counselor for one week serving children ages 6–12 years old who come from foster and group homes or serve as mentors within the Royal Family Kids Camp program. We also invite you to serve with Teen Leadership Camp (TLC), every spring (June) a weekend camp experience for teens ages 12–17. For more information, email Becca Stavert.
We invite you to join church members who are involved with a variety of prison ministries, including work at the California Institution for Men, the California Institution for Women, Orange County Juvenile Hall and others. For more information, contact John Schaefer, 714-257-4334.
Senior Centers: Amazing Grace Ministries
We invite you to participate in a ‘church service’ to the elderly in seven local nursing and assisted living homes. Volunteers assist with singing, greeting, visiting, serving communion, or playing a musical accompaniment. We conduct services on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. For more information, email Peter Kling.