"For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many." Mark 10:45
At CPC, we want to be a church that is present in our community, showing the love of Jesus, and giving of our time and resources. Our tri-valley and beyond is growing with need and we believe God has called us to help our community beyond the walls of our church building.
Through our partnerships with great local nonprofits and our church's initiatives, we provide opportunities to meet the real needs of our community as we serve together. If you are interested in serving locally, check out the below opportunities!
CPC Mission Partners: We are blessed to be able to support 59 mission partners all around the world! If you are looking for opportunities to support them further and/or get involved with our missions ministry, visit: www.cpcdanville.org/missionsBlue Star Moms: Following in the footsteps of our grandmothers and mothers,Blue Star Moms have mailed “a little bit of home” to our sons anddaughters serving around the world. For more information & to volunteer visit:
Harbor House: Volunteer Tutors/Mentors are needed to work with elementary children in our after-school program. Volunteers will help children with homework, improve academic skills such as reading and math, build positive mentoring relationships with kids, and help kids grow spiritually. Volunteers come one afternoon or more per week for at least one semester. To learn more or to apply to become a volunteer, please contact Denise Lee. Or come to the Volunteer Training on September 6th at Harbor House, 1811 11th Ave., Oakland, CA 94606. www.hhministries.org
Town of Danville: We live in a beautiful place! The town of Danville has ongoing volunteer opportunities and are always looking for people to help. For more information & to volunteer visit:Kids Against Hunger: Every hour of every day 10 children per minute die of starvation or malnutrition diseases. Kids Against Hunger feed families around the world…and around the corner. Located in Pleasanton, there are always opportunities to serve here! Perfect for families, small groups, sports teams, etc. They even do parties! The cost is $20 per person. For more information & to volunteer visit: www.kidsagainsthunger.orgRESTORE: Restore exists to transform the lives of the addicted poor by breaking destructive cycles and creative healthy lifestyles. Currently RESTORE operates a 9-12 month Men’s Recovery Home and a Men’s Aftercare Recovery Home and a Women’s Aftercare Recovery Home in Concord, CA. They are able to serve 17 men at a time and six women who are coming out of the destructive cycles of addiction. For more information & to volunteer visit: http://restore1.orgParadise Adolescent Home: Located next door in San Ramon, Paradise Home helps abused and neglected at-risk teenage girls recover and flourish in a home-like setting. They are always in need to volunteers to do home improvements, repairs and spend time and pour into the girls who stay there. For more information & to volunteer visit: www.paradiseadolescenthome.orgValley Pregnancy Center: Their goal has been and remains today to empower women, to help them understand they are not alone and need not feel rushed in making a decision. Her decision is not for others, but needs to reflect what she truly believes is best for her. Local center is in Pleasanton. For more information & to volunteer visit: www.valleypregnancycenter.com
Shelter, Inc.: Shelters, Inc. in Pittsburg provides families a safe place to live while offering services such as education, employment, development and
counseling. For volunteer opportunities visit: www.shelterinc.org
City Team: A non-profit Christian organization in Oakland that serves the poor, homeless and lost. CityTeam’s recovery program reaches out to men with addictions and is in need of men to lead ministry with their shelter guests at night. Contact Elizabeth Elisha at 925-719-2150. For more volunteer opportunities visit: www.cityteam.org
San Francisco City Impact: City Impact is a Christ-centered organization that provides relief programs such as feeding, health care and social services while breaking unhealthy cycles through education, leadership training and spiritual transformation.
Volunteers are currently needed to help mentor the children at the Academy. Join us as we carpool together on Mondays and Thursdays from 8AM – 1PM. Contact Merri Dillow at
They have many different opportunities to help volunteer! Visit: www.sfcityimpact.com
Bay Area Rescue Mission: BARM shares the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the homeless and needy and empowers them to change their world. They provide means and lasting change through: emergency shelter, meals and food distribution, job training, education, medical assistance, and much more. BARM is one of our 4 "Richmond Transformed" partners here at CPC. For more information & to volunteer visit: www.bayarearescue.org. Save the date for their annual fundraiser on Sept. 30 at the Hilton Concord!
Richmond Transformed: Here at CPC, our regional mission project is partnering with four organizations in Richmond: Bay Area Rescue Mission, Garden of Peace Church, Christian Home Missionary Baptist Church, and Today's Youth Matter. For more information on Richmond Transformed visit www.cpcdanville.org/richmondtransformed/.