Serve Out covers all the service opportunities outside of the church building, locally and globally. Click on the links below for more information.
Saddleback Food Pantry
Our community is currently facing difficult financial circumstances, and many people are unable to provide food for their families. Saddleback Church’s Food Pantry was established in 2009 to help meet the needs of those struggling. The Food Pantry has helped hundreds of families by providing food and hope in difficult times. Many have even come to know Christ for the first time as they’ve sought help through the Food Pantry. There are several ways the jr. highers can help out!
COLLECT ITEMS FOR THE FOOD PANTRY:
You can collect non-perishable food items, and donate by dropping them in the blue bin in Wildside. Next time you are grocery shopping, pick up some of the items listed below!
- Canned foods
- Spaghetti noodles
- Peanut Butter
- Cooking Oil
SERVE @ THE FOOD PANTRY:
Serve by sorting, organizing, and packing boxes in the Food Pantry warehouse. Contact Rana Muncy to schedule a time to serve in the warehouse. firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 609-8756.
ITEM OF THE MONTH:
Next time you are grocery shopping, pick up Wildside’s “Item of the Month” to donate to the Food Pantry. You can also purchase the Item of the Month this weekend at Wildside. For September, the Item of the Month is Peanut Butter and/or Jelly! Bring your own jar, or buy one from us at any weekend service to donate for $2 at the Impact Station.
Global PEACE: Rwanda 2013 Trip
Saddleback is taking a group of students and leaders to Rwanda in the spring of 2013. If you are interested in joining us in ministering to the Rwandan people, join us at our upcoming Info Meeting. (September 22nd, 8pm, Refinery Classrooms) Parents and students are welcome to attend.
If you have further questions about this PEACE trip, contact Stacey Farr at email@example.com or 949.609.8631.
Download the registration packet HERE!
What is PEACE?
PEACE is our strategy for missions at Saddleback Church. In Wildside, we believe that junior high students can make an IMPACT on our community and the globe for Jesus Christ! Check out ways to participate in LOCAL and GLOBAL PEACE opportunities.
Saddleback created PEACE to tackle the five global giants that the world faces today. Each letter in PEACE stands for the
- PROMOTE RECONCILIATION to address the global giant of Spiritual Emptiness.
- EQUIP SERVENT LEADERS to address the global giant of Self-Centered Leadership.
- ASSIST THE POOR to address the global giant of Poverty and Hunger.
- CARE FOR THE SICK to address the global giant of Widespread Illnesses.
- EDUCATE THE NEXT GENERATION to address the global giant of Illiteracy.