We are living the heart and mind of Christ, at the heart of the city, so we expect our faith community to be involved in making a difference in the City of Redlands and its surrounding communities.
Here are some opportunities where you can get involved:
We have come alongside other churches who have been helping feed the least of these every Saturday afternoon for years in our community. Six times a year we organize the meal and serve the meal (4th Saturday of Odd Months). The two host churches are First United Methodist and University Methodist. If you would like to be involved, talk with Pastor Cheryl and let the Church Office know of your interest.
We support FSA throughout the year and they are always looking for hands-on volunteers. If you are thinking about giving of your time, check out their volunteer opportunities. If you have any questions contact Crystal Lau, Volunteer and Program Coordinator, Family Service Association email@example.com
Redlands Area Interfaith Council
We support Redlands Area Interfaith Council and its work towards creating a community that respects diversity and encourages understanding among faith communities. The Council meets the second Thursday of each month at 8:00 A.M. at the Redlands 7th Day Adventist Church located at 520 Brookside Ave in Redlands.
If you have any questions about getting involved, talk with Pastor Cheryl or Al Polchow.
We support two university students annually who attend Forman Christian College, which was founded in 1864 by Dr. Charles W Forman, a Presbyterian missionary from the U.S.
The mission of Forman Christian College (A Chartered University) is to impart, create and disseminate knowledge and to develop informed, ethical and responsible citizens who are prepared and committed to learn, lead and serve; persons who exemplify the FCC motto, “By love serve one another”.
As a liberal arts institution where students of all backgrounds – men and women, Christian and Muslim – interact and learn together, Forman is successfully demonstrating a model of interfaith harmony to a nation and culture deeply divided along lines of religion, class and gender.
YouthHope Foundation was established in 2009 to build confidence and promote self-sufficiency for homeless, runaway, trafficked, and at-risk youth, ages 14-24, by providing trust, hope, support, and education. YouthHope was established to provide a support system for youth in a safe environment so they may grow to be healthy, self-sustaining adults.
Faith based organizations came together to create this organization over 40 years ago and they continue to support the efforts of this organization that supports the health and wellness of our community
The Deacons provide bus passes, which assists veterans in getting around town, especially for appointments that provide for their wellness.