Local Missions

We believe everyone should have firsthand experience as the hands and feet of Jesus Christ locally and nationally.  We do this by encouraging Centerpoint to serve through her program ministries and by partnering with key organizations that care for the needs of our city, county, state, and nation.

Ongoing Opportunities to serve

Acres of Hope

Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness 

Providing homeless women with children a home in a structured, Christ-centered campus for up to two years.  Residents are mentored and encouraged as they learn practical life, parenting , and job skills.
To serve, contact Christie for specifics.
Here are some current needs:
Share Your Love: Angel Grandparents- Play with little ones, rock babies
Arts & Crafts: Fun for special or everyday occasions
Drivers: for appointments
Enrichment Classes: Share with the moms what you love to do
Share Your Skill:  Cottages, grounds, vehicles, bikes, computers. There is always something that needs to be done.

ReNew Boutique 916-788-0275 and Urban ReNew 916-788-5777 both provide a large part of the annual budget for Acres of Hope.  You can help in 3 ways:
  1. Donate gently used women's, men's, children's clothing, accessories, home goods, decor and furniture.
  2. Volunteers needed!  If you love fashion or home decor, you'll love serving there.
  3. Shop!  Find treasures for the home and wardrobe while supporting Acres of Hope.
ReNew Stores located at 1725 Santa Clara Drive, Roseville
Acres of Hope Website:  www.acresofhopeonline.org 

local Missions Partners

Contact Sharon Wurst or Alan Gartner for more information about upcoming events and our missions partners.

Campus Life

We partner with this Christian parachurch organization at our local public middle school by providing prayer, volunteers, campus improvement and clean-up projects, the Point Break Anti-Bullying Program, and other activities. In addition, our Journey Middle School Ministry coordinates closely with Campus Life on activities and events.

The Gathering Inn

With The Gathering Inn we serve the homeless in our community. The 1st & 2nd Sundays of each month we host 50-70 homeless individuals and families overnight; providing a warm meal, worship, craft activities, and friendly hospitality. Each evening is hosted by a different Centerpoint group that plans the menu, prepares dinner, and eats with our guests. In 2017, Centerpoint hosted over 280 men, women, and children.

Gleanings For The Hungry

A team from Centerpoint travels twice yearly to Dinuba, California to serve for a week with Gleanings for the Hungry, a Christian non-profit. Our team packages dried soup mix made from vegetables donated by local farms, and helps with maintenance projects at the Gleanings facility. Last year, the soup mix Centerpoint packed was sent to over 40 countries around the world.

Samaritan's Purse

We partner with Samaritan's Purse, an evangelical Christian humanitarian aid organization, by sending teams to clean up and rebuild homes after natural disasters in the U.S. The volunteers take time to listen, build relationships, and pray with those they are serving. Individuals from Centerpoint also participate with Samaritan's Purse rapid response teams.

San Francisco City Impact

San Francisco City Impact is a faith-based mission that has been serving San Francisco since 1984. They have a strong belief and desire to see the city of San Francisco transformed by impacting the Tenderloin District and do so by serving the immediate needs of the community in these areas: poverty, children, and hunger. Centerpoint takes trips once or twice per year to serve with SF City Impact as a day trip or overnight, serving with their various ministries in the Tenderloin District.

Sierra Pregnancy & Health

Sierra Pregnancy & Health is a Christian pro-life non-profit that shares the good news of Jesus Christ with their clients who are going through crisis pregnancy situations. Centerpoint volunteers serve at the clinic. We also hold a yearly diaper drive and include SPH clients in our confidential reproductive loss support group.

Community Service

Community Prayer Walk
Meet Tuesdays 9:30am in the Centerpoint parking lot
Santa Clara Apartments Tutoring
Tuesdays (during the school year), 2:30-3pm, at the Santa Clara Apartments in Roseville. Volunteers are needed 1-2 times each month to build relationships with students through art projects and games. Contact Marlena Sprague for more information.

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