KICK (Kids in Christ's Kingdom)
outreach at Shasta Meadows Elementary School during the school year. Each month we do an after-school activity with a Bible lesson, craft, fellowship, and snack for K-5th graders.
Good News Rescue Mission
Once a year, a Special Offering is collected and donated to the mission.
At the local assisted living facility, The Vistas, we conduct worship services on the fourth Sunday of the month. These services are at 4pm and open to the public.
ESYAC (Eagle Soar Youth Activity Center)
This is a mission outreach for the needy in the Redding area. ESYAC includes after school transportation, snack, homework tutoring, and connections. We now offer "God's Provisions" backpacks each Tuesday. These are backpacks full of easy to prepare or ready-made food that the youth are able to feed themselves when there is no food in the home.
Our mission is to provide for the less fortunate in our community in Christ's name. This may mean emergency assistance (on a case by case basis), mandatory work attire (steel toe boots, gloves, etc.), car issues, etc.
God's Provisions Backpack Food Program
Each week, volunteers, in cooperation with Eagle Soar Youth Activity Center (ESYAC), will distribute to the ESYAC youth backpacks filled with enough kid friendly, easy to prepare food for the weekends and holidays.
Shasta Meadows Elementary School Mentoring Program.
Volunteers assist in the teachers in various ways listening to the student read, help them with spelling, writing, or math, correct papers, assist with art projects, go on field trips, share a hobby or just be a friend.
Backpack School Kit Program
New backpacks filled with school supplies and given to Shasta Meadows elementary and ESYAC disadvantaged youth prior to the first day of school.
Angel Tree Program.
Providing gifts and a meal to the disadvantage youth and their families who attend Shasta Meadows School.
Hundreds of quilts are made each year and donated throughout our local community and internationally.
Knit Caps and blankets
Hundreds of hand knitted items are donated to organizations that support the low income youth and adults.
The elementary age youth put together over a hundred Easter baskets filled with goodies and necessities to be distributed to non-profit organizations focused on low-income youth.