We also partner with the following organizations-
Rebuilding Together Solano County (RTSC) Food Program
ongoing Food Program provides free food e,g, deli meat, produce, dairy
and baked goods to low-income seniors, veterans, disabled and families
every Wednesday and Thursday on a first come first serve basis starting at noon at our church. You are welcome to volunteer for this worthy program. Additionally RTSC aids in home repair for low income, disabled, and veterans. For more information, click here to go to their website.
Narcotics Anonymous Meetings-
We sponsor weekly meetings Sundays at 1:30 and Tuesdays at 6:00pm. They offer recovery from the effects of addiction through working a
twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings. The
group atmosphere provides help from peers and offers an ongoing support
network for addicts who wish to pursue and maintain a drug-free
lifestyle. Click here to go to their website for more information.
Christian Help Center-
Provides food and shelter to those who are homeless and in need of care with compassion, dignity and respect.
They envision a community where everyone has a right to affordable
housing and food. Through their support, those in need become
independent and self-sufficient citizens in our society. They are located at 2166 Sacramento St. Vallejo, Ca 94590. Their phone number is (707)553-8192. Click here to go their website.
This organization is as advocate for the homeless, senior citizens and veterans. They often deliver meals to homeless camps, They not only provide food, but give families and friends in need access to showers, washers and dryers, internet computer with printer, long distance telephone, microwave use, free coffee, cup of noodles, breakfast bars and emergency clothing. Resource navigators help access employment applications, make appointments, and secure necessary documents and look for housing. All of this is totally done with volunteers. They also run some transitional homes and have a medical mobile unit.
Life in the Word-
Is an Assemblies of God Christian Center Church also under a Samoan
Fellowship. The majority are Polynesian people.
They are a
multicultural Church and believe the house of God is open to anyone and for
everyone of all races and backgrounds from all different walks of life.
at 7pm for Family Life Group, where families come together and learn about God
and are split up in groups and minister In songs, praise and skits and
sharing of the Word.
1st Friday of the month at
7pm-Youth meet for games, sharing and worship.
meeting from 7am to 8am.
School at 11 am for all ages
Service at 12 pm (noon).