Voyagers Local Outreach (V.L.O.) provides local opportunities to put your faith into action by loving our neighbors in Jesus’ Name. Partnering with other churches and organizations, we are committed to identifying real needs in our community and responding in tangible ways. Jesus himself came not to be served, but to serve (Matthew 20:28), and we follow His example. If you are interested in joining any of these projects, simply contact the person listed with the organization below.
The Lighthouse Ministry
The Lighthouse Ministry is dedicated to serving the homeless community in Costa Mesa. We do this be providing meals, having conversations and leading a worship service. We are committed to serving the homeless and those in need along with all other members of the community.
Contact Pastor Clarke Brogger, email@example.com or 949-857-5007 x 9438
Caring Neighbors Ministry provides a variety of services to those in need through the use of individual volunteers. For example, the team recently helped an elderly woman, who lives alone, with yardwork and projects around her mobile home.
Contact Lee Kovacs, 714-654-8273.
Bridges International is a non-profit, Christian organization that exists to serve and mobilize the international student population in the USA and abroad. We partner with the chapter at the University of California Irvine. You are partnered with two students for one semester to build a friendship and have spiritual conversations. Practically you commit to have them over for dinner (at least once) and occasionally send your students encouraging texts or emails.
Orange County Juvenile Hall
Orange County Juvenile Hall is for boys and girls, generally between ages 12 and 18, who are detained pending juvenile court hearings or who remain in custody by order of the juvenile court. Volunteers are needed weekly to lead a small group Bible Study, mentor a youth, or meet for one on one discipleship.
For more information on how you can be trained to volunteer, please visit http://rick.pycm.org or email Chaplain Rick Johnson.
Royal Family Kid’s Camp
Royal Family Kids Camp mission is to take foster kids, aged 6 – 11, through a one week camp to model the love of Jesus Christ, demonstrate that there are loving adults whom they can trust, and most importantly, teach them that there is a God that loves them and has a positive plan and purpose for their life despite their current circumstances.
For more information on Royal Family Kids Camp, visit www.rfkc.org or email Jim Farmer.
Voyagers Food Bank Ministry
Voyagers keeps a reserve of canned and non-perishable foods in order to provide meals for individuals and families in need. Click here to view a brochure that provides information on how you can support this ministry.