Heifer International

This mission empowers families to turn hunger and poverty into hope and prosperity – but their approach is more than just giving them a handout. Heifer links communities and helps bring sustainable agriculture and commerce to areas with a long history of poverty. Their animals provide partners with both food and reliable income, as agricultural products such as milk, eggs and honey can be traded or sold at market. When many families gain this new sustainable income, it brings new opportunities for building schools, creating agricultural cooperatives, forming community savings and funding small businesses.
 

One Great Hour of Sharing

A gift to One Great Hour of Sharing enables the church to share God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world by providing relief to those affected by natural disasters, provide food to the hungry, and helping to empower the poor and oppressed.

 

Peacemaking Offering

The Peacemaking Offering supports the peacemaking efforts of the church at every governing body level and provides an opportunity to witness to God’s gift of peace in the world. Gifts given to the Peacemaking Offering through a congregation are divided in the following manner – twenty-five percent retained by congregations for support of their own peacemaking ministry; 25 percent used to support presbytery and synod peacemaking efforts; and 50 percent forwarded to the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program of the Presbyterian Mission Agency so that it can continue to provide assistance and resources for congregations and other bodies of the PC(USA). Online gifts to the Peacemaking Offering are used on the General Assembly level.
 

Christmas Joy Offering

Fifty percent of undesignated receipts to the Christmas Joy Offering are distributed to the Board of Pensions for assistance programs that provide support to retired and active church workers and their spouses and families. The other fifty percent supports Presbyterian-related racial ethnic schools and colleges through the Racial Ethnic and Women’s Ministries of the Presbyterian Mission Agency.
 

Presbyterian’s Women’s Association

Presbyterian Women (PW) offers women in the church meaningful ways to live out their faith in the midst of a caring community of women. For more than 200 years Presbyterian women’s groups have strengthened the Presbyterian Church and played a major role in sharing the good news of Jesus Christ and witnessing to the promise of God’s kingdom. And in 2013, Presbyterian Women celebrates 25 years of praying and working together as “Presbyterian Women,” the organization created with the reunited Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). 
 

The Poor and the Homeless  (P.A.T.H.)

PATH is a local non-profit organization that was founded in 1999 by Allene Dering.
PATH operates the only winter emergency homeless shelter in Red Bluff. The PATH Shelter is open November 1st through April 30th each year, and rotates through local churches. Dinner is also provided to homeless individuals that stay for the night.  We work in conjunction with PATH and they utilize our church campus to host showers every week for the homeless.
 

Thanksgiving Day Public Dinner

Every year we welcome everyone in the community to join us for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner.