Local Outreach at Seabreeze
“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
Outreach to both our local and global communities is at the heart of our mission. Not only does Jesus want us to tell our neighbors about him, but also those across the globe. To become a part of what God is doing through Seabreeze Church, prayerfully consider where you can reach out to those around you by signing up to receive more information about specific outreach opportunities below.
Local Outreach Partners
Many factors family problems, educational shortfall, and relationship problems can cause a pregnancy to become a crisis. HPC supports and serves women in need during a difficult time in their life. HPC provides confidential support to those that are facing an unplanned pregnancy. Seabreeze’s Moms4Moms ministry is the primary contact for HPC. You can volunteer to help HPC by becoming a trained service provider, help at a HPC event, or administratively. Click here to visit the HPC Website.
An organization dedicated to helping International Refugees resettle and adjust to life here in America. VOR understands the difficulties that refugee families have faced along the way on their journey that has brought them to America. They also understand the challenges of learning a new language, a new culture, and being able to provide for their families here in America. They do everything they can to help make the transition as smooth as possible. Click here to visit the V.O.R. Website.
The goal of Bracken’s Kitchen is to provide high quality and healthy meals on a regular basis to those who need it most. Bill Bracken, Seabreeze member and founder of Bracken’s Kitchen, hopes that by providing healthy meals he can lessen the financial burden of those in need. You can serve by preparing food, serving at a meal, and supporting administratively. Click here to visit the Bracken’s Kitchen Website.
Off The Streets is focused on housing the homeless in Orange County and Riverside County. Their approach combines a compassionate hand up with personal responsibility to help families and individuals build a budget, pay a rental security deposit and furnish their new home. Of the people they help, 95% remain housed for the long term. Click here to visit the Off The Streets – Huntington Beach Website.
Robyne’s Nest provides resources, funds and support to at-risk & homeless high school students in the Huntington Beach High School District. Many of these students have been abandoned, kicked out of their home or neglected. The vision of Robyne’s Nest is to educate and empower these teens to become stable, productive and contributing citizens of our community. Click here to visit the Robyne’s Nest Website.
Beachview Mobile Home Park
Beachview is a Senior Citizen mobile home park near Seabreeze Church. We are serving this community by periodically doing handyman jobs that are not able to be done by the senior community. Seabreeze’s Handyman Team is the main team helping. The team is composed of volunteers that are skilled or want to be skilled in trade crafts. Contact Tudor Marici: email@example.com