Supplementing our city’s fixed locations that support houseless persons with provisions and services, the Being the Church Movement churches are working together on a mobile ministry. We deliver food and supplies directly to houseless persons.
We are all incredibly grateful for the donations gathered by the Groundlings campers and our churches this summer! Generosity overflowed, generating over 600 bottles of water, and an abundance of socks, blankets, and pet food.
Our team made two deliveries in July to the tent encampments of the east side of the LA River near downtown delivering care bags consisting of socks, bottles of water, toilet paper, and hygiene kits. Others delivered a hot meal.
For more information about volunteering or needed donations, contact Rebecca, ministry coordinator email@example.com
Cal Heights in committed to supporting our youth and young people to grow in their faith through camp! This includes SSP, Conference Camps, youth trips, and other ministries. Camperships have long been a tradition at Cal Heights as people sponsor those attending the trips go help make them affordable for all. In the past these funds have been short-term assistance raised on a trip-by-trip basis. This year, as we head into a new future, we are asking for your help in two areas:
Thank you for your generosity in helping our children, youth, and young adults experience the joys and life-transforming spirit of camping here at CHUMC. Contact Ron Koelling for more information.
The Cal Heights Drama Club has been sharing the joys of musical theater with children ages 4-14 for over 10 years! We've moved to an online format due to COVID and are currently developing a new format, preparing kids for solos and soliloquy! The new format will allow kids to learn more about how to sing, act, and do a little choreography as they work with our director's to create an individualized experience and a group "variety show" later this Fall.
Many have been expressing a desire to see and connect with people during this time of quarantine. We here at the church can provide a safe and sanitary place for people to gather in a socially-distanced atmosphere for groups under eight people. These groups would have the opportunity to explore areas of faith, history, scripture, and service as they meet on a regular basis for spiritual socializing and discussion. These small groups have been a hallmark of Weslyan churches from the very beginning of the Methodist movement and are so vitally important in today's isolated climate. Click on the button below to sign-up and then we'll help groups coordinate their meeting times and discussions.