Our Deacons provide support to the congregation and also offer our members various ways to assist many non-profit service organizations that include:

AIDS Services Foundation (ASF)
Helps the more than 1,500 men, women, children and families living with HIV.

Alzheimer’s Family Service Center
Works to improve the quality of life for families callenged by Alzheimer’s or other dementia.

Breast Cancer Angels
Provides financial and emotional assistance for women and their families as they are going through breast cancer treatment.

Creative Identity
Provides a day-care program for adults with disablities (Autism) and offers activities that allow them to express themselves using music and various artistic media.

Glenn Martin Elementary School
Educates 730+ K-5 students in Santa Ana.

Casa Teresa
Provides a transformational, comprehensive program for homeless pregnant women, age 18 or older who are alone.

National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI)
A self-help organization for families and friends of those suffering from serious mental disorders.

Orange Coast Interfaith Shelter (OCIF)
Provides shelter, transitional and counseling programs to support homeless families.

Serving People in Need (SPIN)
Serves both low-income and homeless people and families, by offering both financial assistance and education to become self-sufficient.

Share Our Selves (SOS)
Offers social, dental medical services as well as a comprehensive CARE center to those in need of basic living essentials.

Someone Cares Soup Kitchen
A hunger relief program that serves 250-275 meals seven days per week.

Human Options
Provides shelter and counseling to victims of domestic violence.

Penny Lane Centers
Care for over 3500 abused and neglected children, youth and families per month.

The Lynn House
Shelter for indigent women addicted to alcohol and/or drugs who are trying to get sober and reclaim their lives.