He who calls you is faithful; He will surely do it.

1 Thessalonians 5:24

At Calvary Murrieta we would like to come along side all families and bring support, encouragement, and prayer through all stages of life. 

29 Ways Churches Can Support Foster and Adoptive Families

For more information check out www.HospitableHomemaker.com
  1. Meal Trains
  2. Ask for clothing sizes and provide them
  3. Diapers, wipes , and formula for infant placements
  4. Babysit
  5. Become a foster family
  6. Host a Parents' Night Out with trained care givers
  7. Host an Adoption Shower
  8. Duffel Bag Drive
  9. Do lawn care
  10. Clean the house
  11. Provide paper products 
  12. Laundry
  13. Write a note
  14. Car maintenance
  15. Gift cards
  16. Be a helping hand for appointments or court
  17. Offer pew buddies
  18. Provide a foster care closet
  19. Offer support groups
  20. Provide respite care
  21. Make sure teachers receive trauma training
  22. Talk about what is and is not appropriate
  23. Encourage
  24. Pray
  25. Be a mentor
  26. Love the children
  27. Don't judge
  28. Treat children like members of the family
  29. Just keep asking - don't give up!

A foster/adoption/safe family support group

Meeting every 3rd Wednesday of the month

7:00pm in the Agape Room

Join us as we gather together and allow time to learn, grow, and support one another in the wonderful and life-changing commitment to foster, adopt, or be a part of our Safe Families for Children Program. Childcare will be available through our mid-week Calvary Kids Program.

For more information, you can also contact Kelly Bell at 
[email protected]

Thank you to Kenny's Strawberry Farms for partnering with local foster families and providing a day of fun!

(Formally Safe Families For Children)
Parents experiencing a temporary crisis can arrange for their children (newborn through 18 years old) to stay with Olive Crest volunteers while they address the issues that led to the instability in their lives. Volunteers are supervised by their area church, which in turn is supported by professional child care specialists. Children are matched with families in their own community whenever possible, and placements average from one day to three months. During that time, caseworkers are available to provide volunteers with support and answer any questions they might have.

Volunteers open their homes to children whose parents are experiencing a short-term emergency, such as hospitalization, or a longer-term crisis, such as drug abuse. Designed to extend and strengthen the community safety net for families in crisis, this is a positive alternative to the state child welfare system, allowing parents to work out their problems without having to worry about losing custody of their children.

The program’s goal is to reunite children with their biological parent(s) in a home that is more stable and 


For more information, you can contact Paula Thompson at [email protected] or call 951-367-5248.

Contact Information

Kelly Bell
[email protected]

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