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 Dinner for Homeless Families at Door of Hope

WHEN Thursday, June 22, 5:30-7:30PM
WHERE Door of Hope, 669 N. Los Robles, Pasadena
WHAT Bring and eat dinner with families from Door of Hope, a family homeless shelter. Then play with the kids on the playground after dinner. You’ll see and hear stories of God’s grace as you interact with the families who live there.
WHO Families with kids of any age. This is a great way for kids to interact with and serve the families of Door of Hope!
WHAT TO      ♦ Drinks for 40 people (milk, juice, water)
BRING      ♦ Dessert for 40 people

Make and Serve Dinner for Homeless with Brothers’ Helpers

WHEN Any Wednesday
    ♦ 2:45-5:30PM to cook and prepare food
    ♦ 5:30-6:30PM to package the food
    ♦ 6:30PM to go downtown to serve (returning by 8:15PM)
WHERE LCPC Fellowship Hall (you can carpool if going downtown)
WHAT Every Wednesday, we cook 300-400 dinners for homeless men and women, and then a team delivers the food downtown. Join us – no experience necessary.
WHO Adults and children ages 8 and & up.
MORE INFO Loralee Swaner or (818) 957-1049


  Work Trip to Casa de la Esperanza Orphange in Tijuana



Saturday, July 1 – Monday, July 3
Leaving LCPC parking lot at 8AM 7/1; returning evening 7/3
WHERE Casa de la Esperanza Orphanage, Tijuana
WHAT Casa is home to 65 children ranging in age from pre-school through high school. Each year, LCPC families spend the 4th of July weekend camping together and working on the orphanage buildings. Projects are available for all ages and skill levels!
WHO Individuals and families of all ages. We’ve had kids as young as 4 and adults as old as 80 join us.
MORE INFO Susie & Dan Campana at: or (818) 248-8255
WHAT TO BRING Tent or RV, sleeping bags, cooler, water, food to grill for your family unit, and appetizers or side dishes to share.

Learn More About SERVEOpps

SERVEOpps are group service opportunities for 5-20 people that are family-friendly, last about 2-3 hours, and include spiritual preparation and reflection to help us follow Jesus as we serve together. Watch this video to get a glimpse of the many different opportunities!

One-on-One Service Opportunities

Lake Avenue Community Foundation: Mentors & Tutors Needed

Mentors Needed:  Do you want to make a lasting difference in the life of a young person?  Would you enjoy helping youth develop their God-given potential?  Do you have two hours a week to spend with a student?  Then you should seriously consider becoming a mentor with LACF.  We are here to train and support you in the journey!

Tutors Needed: Want to serve in the community?  Want to work with students?  Want to volunteer 1 hour per week?  STARS–an after school tutoring program–needs you to help students with homework, encourage and motivate them, and grow together as you meet on a weekly basis.

To sign up or ask questions contact Beth Winton, or (626) 817-4507 go to the website at

Be a Tutor for PCC Student Veterans
We need math and chemistry tutors for student Veterans at Pasadena Community College. Contact Bill Goldmann, (818) 399-6911 if you are interested.

Donate items to one of our local outreach partners
Spring cleaning and wanting your items to go to a good cause? Many of our local outreach partners can benefit from your in-kind donations. Click here to find a home for your items.


Rev. Megan Katerjian, Interim Associate Pastor for Outreach
T: (818) 790-6708, X 628