To give a gift to someone you love, donate to one of the organizations of the Mission Market in their name. Give towards helping the homeless crisis- locally and globally- education, food, a trade, etc. to someone who is in need elsewhere. If you are not attending the Mission Market in person, please contact Lisa Reynolds at 818-653-3495 if you would like to order a card to give to someone to let them know you donated to an organization on their behalf.
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Angel Interfaith Network personally delivers available items to people in need to any home in Los Angeles County and does so as neighbors rather than as social administrators. AIN was co-founded by Rev. Ann Mills and Rev. Santos Romos, then chaplain at the hospital, and was housed here at Calvary for many years.
Crossroads, Inc. provides housing, education, support and counseling in a homelike environment for women who have been incarcerated with the goal of empowering women to take control of their lives and to help them step out of the revolving door of prison and jail.
With a deep desire to honor Christ and to be faithful to God’s
commands to care for those in need, Calvary Presbyterian Church
provides aid to our neighbors when they request help. The Calvary
Benevolence Fund is used to assist those in need of short - term
assistance through food and gas cards, transportation assistance,
and occasionally help with clothing, medial needs and shelter,
including utilities may be provided. All Benevolence requests are confidential and treated with humility and love. Anyone in need of help should be directed to fill out a Benevolence request through the through the church office.
Presbyterian Mission's goal is to inspire, equip and connect the church in three main areas: evangelism and discipleship, servant leader formation, and justice and reconciliation. We will be donating towards health for mothers and newborns, sewing machines, farming tools and refugee food baskets.
Calvary has worked with Habitat for Humanity for 16 years to help them raise money for their builds through donations. This year, we will be assisting their 100 Families campaign for the Mission Market.
Journey Out gives women who have been victimized by street prostitution the opportunity to turn their lives around. Through an intensive and comprehensive program, the women face, cope with and overcome the many obstacles that life has dealt them.
Calvary Youth Collective (CYC) is made up of 6th-12th graders from within and around Calvary Presbyterian Church in South Pasadena, CA. We meet weekly on Sunday afternoons from 12pm - 2pm. CYC seeks to offer consistent opportunities for young people to learn, lead, and love through faith conversations, community engagement, service, leadership projects, games, and more. The Youth Leadership Team (YLT) consists of 8th-12th graders who lead projects designed to serve the community and foster connections. These students work closely with adult partners from the church and wider community.