Family On Mission

Families come in many forms. Some are created through marriage while others are made by people choosing to "be" family through other bonds. Regardless of how your family came together, we are excited to walk the journey with you of being on mission as God has called us all to be. Being a Family On Mission is simply "living as a family in this world while walking closely with Jesus and inviting others to join us in following Him." This may look like more people around your table at dinner time, getting involved in your community, praying together, serving people in need or all the above! 

Ways To Serve

"For we are co-workers in God’s service" 1 Corinthians 3:9

We believe we are called to serve locally, internationally and anywhere in between in partnership with God so people are reached with His love! Our prayer is that whether you serve through one of these opportunities, or your family finds another outlet to serve, you would see God's mission, as your mission.

  • Weekly Food Distribution

    Wednesday evenings from 3:30-6:00PM at NCF in the back parking lot. 

    You will help set-up, distribute food and show God's love to approximately 50+ families from our community. You can sign up to serve one time or on a rotational basis. For more info, contact our Pantry Team Leads, Ray & Stephanie Alba at

  • Neighborhood Garden

    The Neighborhood Garden is located at the back of our campus and is an all-seasons ministry. The vision and purpose of the Neighborhood Garden is to help supplement our Neighborhood Pantry with fresh fruit and vegetables as well as educate through experience how to have your own seed to table garden. Alongside Team Lead, Judi Gregory, you will serve as needed in all aspects of preparing the ground, planting, tending and harvesting crops. For more info, contact the church office at 626.915.6691.

  • Child Sponsorship

    We are excited to partner with World Hope International in their mission to impact lives through helping children access education. Each "sponsorship not only covers costs like tuition, uniforms, books, but are also used to address other barriers children often face in pursuit of an education. That’s why, unique to the communities, sponsorship funds may also go to ensuring quality teaching, safe trips to and from schools, and best practices for hygiene and health." Watch this Video to see more about it and Click here for more info about how you can impact the life of a child today!