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How We help

Holding a Book


Students and their families want a good education.  That is why we hired a bilingual staff member and are offering a tutoring program starting with kids in the 4th and 5th grade called “Kid Reach”.  To get on the waiting list, please fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page. Adults who may want to join our ESL group, please fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page.

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You want necessities and affordable food for you, your neighbors and most poor among us.  That’s why we support “Find” food bank as well as work with various local organizations to  supply “blessing bags” with necessities.   Find Foodbank can be found here:  Blessing Bags are assembled the first Sunday of each month by Stonewall Ministries.

Citrus Feast


You want to be accepted for who you are and celebrate how God created you!  That is why we are an open and affirming congregation welcoming our LGBTQIA++ community.  Our pastoral staff includes gay and straight leadership, men and women, young and old!


You want to search for God in a way that is both ancient and modern.  That is why we provide a traditional worship service rooted in the practice of the ancient church.  However, the setting is informal and friendly. New elements from art, drama and literature are utilized.

Praying Hands


You want partners in your search for God. That is why we have many partners: Palm Springs Korean Presbyterian Church shares our worship facility and joins in a multicultural worship service on the 5th Sunday of the month.  Stonewall Ministries works to "heal spiritual wounds" within the LGBTQIA++ community by welcoming those who have been excluded from or hurt by churches because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Stonewall Ministries gathers for worship bi-monthly, for a monthly Community Meal, and to pack Blessing Bags for unhoused neighbors, as well as offer opportunities to share our experiences of Queer Spirituality.  We partner with Spirit of the Desert, a faith community that over 19 years ago was established by church leaders with gay children who were looking for affirmation and support. Spirit of the Desert meets Sunday evenings. Over half of their financial giving supports works of compassion, relief, peace, and justice locally and around the world. See their website for the local organizations they support.

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