What do we do?

We minister to the transitionally homeless* in Anaheim to give them a warm meal, a friendly face, and the hope of Christ.

*What does transitionally homeless mean?

People hit hard times. Either they’re living on the street, in and out of shelters, living in a motel, or something similar.

We often find them on the way back from the street to a more stable living situation. When we feel compelled and have the funds available, we’ll often help someone pay for temporary housing.

Friday Night Church:

Since March 27, 2015, we are meeting at Maxwell Park at Orange and Magnolia for food, fellowship, and a message until we find a new home.

We are praying about a new location now.

Generally our format is as follows:

We start with a meal around 6:00 p.m.

We like to have time for people to talk with one another and enjoy themselves. This also gives us a time to discuss needs people may have in person.

The service will begin at 7:15 p.m. with worship and a teaching from the Bible by Pastor Wyatt.

Prayer is the key.

We are looking forward to the miraculous.

We praise God for what He has done in answering prayers for healing, salvation, jobs, apartments, reconciliation in families, and more.

We praise God for what He has done and trust that it will continue wherever the people or ministry moves.