"Jesus said, “Love your neighbor as yourself."

Matthew 22:39

REACH: Global, National, and Community Outreach

Introducing REACH:  Extending Love Beyond Borders

We believe that outreach is not just an action but a lifestyle—a commitment to reaching out to both those within and outside our immediate community, sharing Christ's love through meaningful connections and impactful service.

What is Outreach?

Outreach, to us, is more than just a term—it's a guiding principle. It's about reaching out to people wherever they are, meeting them in their struggles and joys, and sharing the transformative message of Jesus Christ. It's about service, connection, and above all, love. Whether it's lending a helping hand to a neighbor in need or venturing beyond our borders to support communities abroad, outreach is the heartbeat of our ministry.

Engaging in Outreach

We understand that outreach takes many forms. That's why we're committed to engaging in various avenues of service, Locally, Nationally and Globally. From financial support to organized trips within the US and abroad, and serving opportunities right here in Southern California, we're dedicated to making a difference wherever there's a need.

Our Mission and Vision

The mission of Calvary Murrieta's Outreach Program is clear: to extend Christ's love and compassion to our community and beyond. We aim to empower individuals, families, and those in need to thrive physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Our vision is equally ambitious—we seek to create a positive and lasting impact in our community by nurturing relationships, addressing needs, and fostering a sense of belonging and purpose.

Monthly Outreach Opportunities

To ensure that we're actively living out our mission, REACH will be planning monthly outreach events. These events will encompass a diverse range of activities, from local service projects to international outreach trips. Each month, we'll have sign-ups available, giving everyone in our community the chance to get involved and make a tangible impact.

Outreach Opportunities 

Join us as we embark on this journey of spreading love, compassion, and the message of Christ to the world. Together, let's extend our reach beyond borders and make a difference—one act of kindness at a time.

Keep an eye out for our future events.  You will need to sign up to join us.

Bridge Builders Network

Sunday, August 11, 2024
Time: TBD
San Diego, CA

We will be partnering with Bridge Builders Network in San Diego to facilitate a "Back to School picnic and fun activities for refugee families. 

Help support our 2024 Dallas Team!

Community Outreach Opportunities

These are local organizations that Calvary Murrieta has been involved with.  Find out ways you can come alongside them by visiting their websites.

Community Food Pantry of Murrieta

We love being involved in our local food pantry.  They help the community with nutritious food and other resource assistance to help them get back on their feet.  There are various ways to help at the pantry, so give them a call and get involved!

39493 Los Alamos Rd., Ste A, Murrieta 92563


California Family Life Center

This organization is phenomenal. They do some much for the youth in our community that I’m unable to even list all the resources that are available through them. There home base is in Hemet, but they have various centers in the valley. Their mission is to provide safety, comfort, and healing to children suffering abuse and abandonment; to teach love and trust, to instill self-esteem, values, and hope for the future, and in doing so, assist children trapped in hopelessness. Some of their services include foster care, kin care, youth homes, job training, and more. They LOVE volunteers!

930 N. State St., Hemet, Ca


Operation SafeHouse/RCAHT (Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force)

The task force is a combination of law enforcement, victim services, and community partners. Operation SafeHouse is the NGO that provides services to the survivors. We have assisted them in many ways, including buying Christmas gifts, helping with educational costs, mentoring, and more.  The SafeHouse also provides emergency shelter, intervention, and outreach services to youth in crisis. We are blessed by the opportunity to partner with them any way we can. They appreciate Calvary so much!

9685 Hayes St., Riverside, Ca 92503
24-Hour Hotline: (855) 758-3733


Rebirth Homes

This ministry is AMAZING! They exist to combat human trafficking through education, awareness, and by providing a residential, holistic healing program for survivors. They journey with survivors as they become empowered to be all they were created to be. You can go to their website and see the list of various needs they have, as well as ways to be involved. We love and trust them. You will too.

(951) 394-8142


Olive Crest: Strong Families, Safe Kids

Calvary is considered a “Strong-Family” Church in our valley. This is a faith-based movement motivated by compassion, generosity, and hospitality to keep children safe and families supported while facing a crisis. Basically, it’s a step before foster care.  Members of the church open their homes for a short time while the parents work through the challenges they are facing. It’s a voluntary program and an amazing way to help a whole family heal and stay together. To learn more about this great ministry, contact Paula Thompson.

Paula Thompson
(951) 367-5248
[email protected]


ICA (International Christian Adoption)

This organization is near and dear to our hearts. They have done so much for “at risk” youth. They exist to offer HOPE to children! They have many programs, including Adoption and Foster Hosting, Refugee Foster Care, and more. They have a counseling center, a learning center, and have a Fair-Trade Store called Jubilee Exchange in Temecula. We have been involved with them in many projects and it’s a great place to volunteer. If you’d like more information, reach out to them using the contact info below.

41745 Rider Way, Temecula


Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Inland Empire

We believe that mentoring youth can change futures and this is the goal of their programs.  They create one-to-one matches for youth in our community who want to realize their full potential. Through mentoring, they hope to decrease the number of disconnected youth in our valley. Mentors need to be 18 or older, and volunteers are matched with children ages 6 to 16. Go to their website to learn more about their programs. We have seen the fruit from mentoring youth … pray and see if this is something the Lord wants YOU to do! Offering wisdom, guidance, love, and HOPE to a child is certainly a way to be the hands of Jesus!

2155 Chicago Ave., suite 100, Riverside


Elsinore Valley Pregnancy Resource Center

Elsinore Valley Pregnancy Resource Center affirms the lives of women and their babies through compassionate support, practical help, and hope for the future. They have been serving our community since 2005 through compassionate listening, needs assessment, material assistance, and by offering parenting and life-skill workshops. They are currently expanding their commitment to the community by adding ultrasound capabilities to their clients as soon as their medical suite is completed, which is currently in the construction phase.  All of their services are free of charge.

31735 Riverside Dr, Suite A in Lake Elsinore
24/7 Hotline at 951-245-8884


Camp Alandale

Camp Alandale is a Christian camp for children in the Foster Care system. Our mission is to introduce abused children to the life changing and healing reality of Jesus Christ and equip them to lead meaningful and productive lives. We accomplish this by providing summer and winter camp programs for children ages 9-18. Every camp session is intentionally small so that each child receives the proper amount of supervision, love, and care needed to make them feel safe, valued, and protected. Our goal is to have a 2:1 camper-to-counselor ratio in the summer and a 1:1 camper-to-counselor ratio in the winter.

Camp Alandale is a Christian non-profit organization that serves abused and neglected children through a mountain camp program. We are not affiliated with any church or denomination. The ministry of Camp Alandale is fully supported by donations of time and finances from churches, companies, and individuals.


Project T.O.U.C.H.

The Face of Homelessness has changed…Since our foundation in 2003, we have fought and advocated for those in need to receive the most basic and essential human needs. Since 2007, we have been providing a dedicated call center serving our local Police Departments 24/7.

Our programs provide comprehensive case management, employment assistance, transportation, food, clothing, medical assistance and more!  We answer 1000’s of calls annually, walking alongside those in need to give resources and support to homeless and potentially homeless individuals and families - providing a safety net of Love & Hope...servicing the most vulnerable in our community.

29760 Rancho California Rd #107B, Temecula, CA 92591

Admin Office: (951) 677-9661
Thrift Store: (951) 365-0785
[email protected]

Organizations We Support

Here are a list of organizations we support because of their outreach work.

Free Burma Rangers

The Free Burma Rangers (FBR) is a multi-ethnic humanitarian service movement working to bring help, hope and love to people in the conflict zones of Burma, Iraq, and Sudan. Working in conjunction with local ethnic pro-democracy groups, FBR trains, supplies, and later coordinates with what become highly mobile multipurpose relief teams. After training these teams provide critical emergency medical care, shelter, food, clothing and human rights documentation in their home regions.

In addition to relief and reporting, other results of the teams’ actions are the development of leadership capacity, civil society and the strengthening of inter-ethnic unity. The teams are to avoid contact with the Burma Army or other attacking forces and operate under the protection of the ethnic resistance armies. However, they cannot run away if the people they are helping cannot escape the attacks. Men and women of many ethnic groups and religions are part of FBR.

Agape Internation Missions

Agape International Missions (AIM) is a Christ-led, non-denominational, not-for-profit organization that exists to glorify God through our dedicated efforts to love, protect, and care for survivors of trafficking as well as other vulnerable and exploited individuals.

Through a holistic approach of rescuing, restoring and reintegrating survivors of trafficking and preventing sexual slavery, AIM seeks to meet survivors’ spiritual, emotional, social, educational and physical needs. Our intention is that they may come to know their worth and value in Christ, develop a dependence on Him, and develop skills for a sustainable life.

Contact Information

Jason Bell
REACH Coordinator
951-677-5667 x 1368
[email protected]


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