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Service Project Sundays

We work regularly with organizations to serve the under-resourced and marginalized children around the globe. Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) and Believe Guatemala are two partners we are doing something with this month to feed and care for kids in need.

M&M’s Fundraising Tubes (FMSC)

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We’re working with our longtime partner Feed My Starving Children to end hunger and there’s an easy—and fun—way you can help. At the Manhattan Beach or Torrance campus, grab a tube of M&M’s candies from our Outreach area for each person in your family. Enjoy the chocolate, then during the week, fill the empty tubes with quarters and bring them back to church with you next Sunday. Each filled tube you turn in feeds 63 kids with meals!


Quilts For Kids (Believe Guatemala)

Believe Guatemala, a group home and school Journey visited during one of our short-term missions, also receives these FMSC meals. We’re partnering with them to provide quilts for each of the children in their care. We’ll have quilt squares set up at our Outreach area at both campuses and we’d love for you to draw or write on a square. Journey’s awesome quilting team will then put these squares together into beautiful quilts to remind these kids they’re loved and cared for.


Refugee Welcome Project

Part of our mission at Journey is to demonstrate our love for our community by serving them. Help us write letters of encouragement and make friendship bracelets that will be included in a welcome basket full of home essentials for these families. Whether you are on campus or at home, we’d love for you to participate!

Introduction Video

How to Make a Welcome Bracelet

What you’ll need: 2- 5′ pieces of embroidery thread (for best results use two different colors), scissors, tape

Community Partners

We partner with local organizations to promote social justice and instill hope in leaders throughout the South Bay.

1736 Crisis Center

Provides for victims of domestic violence, runaway and homeless youth, victims of human trafficking, homeless, at-risk veterans, unemployed and low income adults and youth.

Foster All

Provides ongoing support and resources to families of faith so that they can provide safe and loving homes for children who have been abused and neglected.


Engagement in community projects to improve or clean schools, parks and local areas in the South Bay.

Sense of Home

A non-profit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. They believe strong and stable communities result from this endeavor.

World Impact

Committed to facilitating church-planting movements by evangelizing, equipping and empowering America’s unchurched urban poor.

Christian Athletes

Challenges coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful platform of sport to reach every coach and every athlete with the transforming power of the gospel.

Journey of Faith continues to work with our community leaders and nonprofit partners to identify needs as they arise. Browse below to see how you can help make a difference.

Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) – College Student Mentorship Program

Our DCFS college students are in need of your support, mentorship, and a place to call “home” during the school year.  If this is something that interests you, please register to learn more.


Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) – Lobby Host

There is a lot of apprehensions, uncertainty, and sometimes even anger that comes along with DCFS visits. The Lobby Host is there to ease the apprehension and replace it with hope. Hosts help to create a sense that the client is not alone and that they have someone who cares about them.

During your shift, you will greet clients, take inventory, provide snacks & games, and just make them feel welcome/cared for. You will also answer any questions or concerns that they might have!  If this is something that interests you, please register to learn more.


Still Have Questions?

We’d love to answer any questions you might have.