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Titus 3:8

South County Outreach

South County Outreach’s mission is preventing hunger and homelessness by helping people help themselves. Their programs include: A Food Pantry that distributes nearly one million pounds of emergency, non-perishable and fresh food to an average of 9,000 families annually. Housing programs that provide subsidized housing and professional case management services to…

SHIP

Self Help Interfaith Program (SHIP) SHIP is dedicated to helping homeless find employment.  Shepherd of the Hills hosts meals during two two-week periods every year (typically February and August). For information on hosting a meal at the SHIP facility, contact Mary Ann Wisner at beachmama1@cox.net. For information on SHIP, please visit www.shipinoc.com. What is SHIP? We…

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child brings joy and hope to children in desperate situations worldwide through simple, gift-filled shoe boxes and evangelistic materials that tell the Good News of God’s love. Shepherd of the Hills helps Operation Christmas Child each year as one of our holiday outreach projects. It takes many weeks for a small shoebox filled with God’s…

Red Cross Blood Drive

Give the gift of live. Your donation will make a difference…each unit saves three lives! The next Red Cross blood drive of Shepherd of the Hills will be at the Mission Viejo campus on Thursday, October 12, 2017, from 2:00-8:00 pm.  To make an appointment by registering online, go to www.redcrossblood.org, click on Make a Blood Donation Appointment in the blue box,…

Mexico Mission

The Mexico Mission trip is every year in January. (with the sign-up deadline in the Fall). Each year we take over 50 people to work on construction projects and provide ministries to local children in the Ensenada area. Working with YUGO (Youth Unlimited Gospel Outreach), we construct 2 finished houses in only three days. The Mexico Mission offers the choice of either…

Southwest Community Center

Southwest Community Center provides food and clothing for the needy and transient.  Hot noonday meals are provided every day of the week by volunteer organizations, including Shepherd of the Hills. If you feel called to be a part of this worthy project, please contact Barbara Mosher 582-8263 or the church office at 837-2941.