Click a box below for a glimpse of how missions is a part of the life of our church.
The Lord’s Lighthouse
Almost thirty years ago our congregation answered God’s call to welcome and embrace friends in our community experiencing homelessness and extensive needs. As it continues today, the Lord’s Lighthouse serves a few hundred people a week. Every Sunday it begins at 12:00pm with a Bible Study and then follows at 1:00pm with a brief homily as a hot meal is served. We believe in the fellowship of breaking bread together and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through mutually-supportive friendships, we encourage one another to pursue housing as well as physical and spiritual wellness.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email Amie Quigley at, email@example.com.
Hollywood Refuge (at The Lord’s Lighthouse)
The Hollywood Refuge Shelter began in 2012. It is an independent shelter which operates for three months out of the year. The Refuge invites 25 neighbors who are struggling with multiple health issues to rest for the full duration which facilitates healing and connections to future housing placement. Guests are personally invited or come through agency referrals from LAPD, DMH, My Friend’s Place, and others. The Refuge partners with local churches such as Ecclesia, Reality LA, Blessed Sacrament, Seventh Day Adventist Hollywood, and Broken Hearts ministry to provide funding and volunteers.
Hollywood Healthcare Partnership
The Hollywood Healthcare Partnership began in 2003 through a collaboration with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. The ministry meets every Wednesday from 10:30am to Noon. In this setting our friends gather for lunch and engage with multiple health services and activities such as Open Mic Performing, Art Classes and various support groups.
- LA County Department of Mental Health Hollywood Office Clinical Psychologist who facilitates support groups and Open Mic sharing
- Service providers: Step Up, Housing Works, People Concern, E6 Teams, PATH, The Center at Blessed Sacrament and Department of Mental Health Outreach Teams
- Health agencies: DHS, Saban Community Clinic and QueensCare nurses.
- Women’s small group activities include prayer, Bible Study, and conversation about health topics like anxiety and depression
This time of community engagement fosters friendships, personal development, and an opportunity to pursue social services through these partner agencies.
FPCH has a long legacy of supporting international missions work across the globe. Through the dedication of our church to prayerfully and financially support those in the mission field, we are participating in God’s Kingdom locally and abroad. To learn more about these specific missionary partners, please download our updated 2023 Global Missions Handbook, or click the image below:
Watch our former Global Ministries Director Anna as she shares about her life, ministry, and love for prayer and serving Jesus.
Serve with FPCH
To volunteer email our Pastoral Care Coordinator.