serving people in your community
COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (CERT)
The Community Emergency Response Team program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.
Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhoods or workplaces following a disaster. As Christians, we not only help in a practical way but also a spiritual way.
When: 2nd Saturday of each month,
Where: Various locations. Please get in contact with BJ or Frank for this month’s meeting location
HOLY STITCHES PRAYER QUILT MINISTRY
Volunteers create handmade Prayer Squares, a gift of love & prayer for someone in special need. It is a statement of our faith in God and His power to comfort, strengthen and heal. Monthly meetings keep us informed on our goals & fellowship.
Contact Roxanne Swails for more info.
John answered, “If you have two shirts, share with someone who does not have one. If you have food, share that too.” Luke 3:11
Checks made out to Skyline Church (food pantry in
Contact the Local Serve office for more info: 619-660-5000.
Ready to change up your wardrobe while getting rid of those pants that don’t quite fit anymore? Gather up your gently worn, clean clothing items, jewelry, books, small household items, baby gear, a friend or two and be part of our next swap! Several times a year we hold a swap at the church. We donate all
For more Info or if you would like to volunteer, contact Dawn Moody
COMMUNITY SERVE OPPORTUNITIES
From time to time opportunities become available to serve in our community (i.e. packing food boxes for postal service food drives, park play days, helping with High School track meets).
If you’d like to be on our list to help when you are available, please contact the main office at
CAPS PREGNANCY CLINICS
CAPS provides life-affirming pregnancy help and patient care including pregnancy testing and ultrasound to those facing unintended pregnancies, with clinics located in the College, Pacific Beach and Downtown areas where eleven abortion clinics exist. CAPS supporters, volunteers, staff, board and supporting churches like Skyline, are united in the common vision to uphold and restore the value of life in San Diego and see abortion diminish.
PREGNANCY CARE CLINIC (PCC)
Pregnancy Care Clinic is located in the heart of El Cajon at the corner of Washington and Magnolia. We offer pregnancy testing and proof of pregnancy, free of charge. Childbirth and parenting classes are also available, as well as our very popular Moms Helping Moms support group.
For those who have had an abortion, we minister to their needs through our Post Abortion Healing Bible Study class. It is our goal to see that every woman facing a pregnancy with indecision, receives education and support as she considers all of her options. PCC also reaches out to the men involved in these situations, through our male advocacy program. We appreciate Skyline for their support of this vital ministry.
For more info, contact:
Robin Brust / 619.442.4357
24 Hour Helpline #: 1.800.395.4357 / www.ecpcc.org
EAST COUNTY TRANSITIONAL LIVING CENTER (ECTLC)
ECTLC is a 501c (3) nonprofit corporation dedicated to ending chronic homelessness in San Diego and beyond. To accomplish this goal, they operate several Transitional Living Centers in San Diego’s east county. At these centers there are five separate programs to meet the needs of these homeless persons. Our ECTLC programs are Christ-centered and will bring a person from homelessness to faith in Christ, employed and transitioned to self-sufficiency as productive members of our community. Our emergency Housing and Transitional Living programs work closely with all social service providers in our community to find permanent living and long-term programs for those seeking help.
For more information on how you can get involved, please contact the main office @ 619.442.0451 x1151 or email Helen Zamora
Distributing Bibles and New Testaments around the world having God’s word can and does lead people to faith in Christ, and those new Christians then grow by studying their Scriptures and even use them to share their faith with others. For this reason, we focus on distributing complete Bibles, New Testaments, or portions thereof. These copies of God’s Word are printed in more than 90 languages and are either given directly to certain individuals or placed in selected public locations where large numbers of people, who may be searching for answers, will have the ability to encounter the Word of God.
You can donate bibles in memory of a loved one that passed away by picking a card at the Gideon display in the Student Center lobby.
For more information email
Jim Canaris or call #: 619.462.9727
GOD’S EXTENDED HAND
God’s Extended Hand is a place of evangelical ministry aimed at showing the homeless population of San Diego the love of God. We endeavor to do this by providing a gathering place where they can come and experience a sit down, restaurant-style meal in a peace-filled, Christ-focused environment. All meals are offered free on a first come, first served basis. God’s Extended Hand is a mission, opportunity, and venue for the greater church body of San Diego to share our blessings with the needy and poor. Located downtown at the corner of 16th and Island Ave., Skyline serves the 3rd Friday of each month at 9am.
For more information call or email:
HANDS & FEET MINISTRY (ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LITERACY PROGRAM)
What on earth is going on in those public school classrooms? More than you could ever imagine! Want to be part of the change? Christians are called to engage our society, not passively resign themselves to it.
Over 6.3 million children are reported to CPS each year and these children become the alcohol and drug abusers, the mentally ill, the sexually dysfunctional and most recently the sex trafficked. They have a life expectancy of 20 years shorter than the average person. Illiteracy depletes our society in many ways as well. Elementary schools are located within blocks from Skyline Church. Volunteer opportunities include reading with students, helping in classrooms or the library, running after-school clubs-including Christian clubs-or tutoring. You may not be able to change the world, but you can change a handful of lives and become educated enough on the public school system to know how to more effectively pray for it.
Together we can impact the future and be God’s hands and feet to a hurting world, starting one school at a time.
Contact Julie Lambert for more info.
Serving the homeless, hungry, and poor, reunifying homeless with relatives, helping disaster survivors, fighting human trafficking, equipping families, combating addiction, loving the elderly and sharing God’s love is what we do, meeting human needs in His name wherever, whenever, and however we can.
For more info., email Sean Kelsy or call #:619-440-4683
Sonshine Haven is an organization that serves children and their families through Christian clubs in the public schools, life skills classes offered during school vacations and monthly events that encourage and strengthen their family members. Volunteers are needed to join us at many elementary and middle schools. Clubs meet on school campuses, directly after school, once a week. These classes are an integral part of the Sonshine Haven mission in providing outlets of personal and spiritual growth to all their students!
For more information, contact
Sherri Hosman or call #: 619.440.1221