Ways to Help Others


Learn more about what Biblical justice means


Educate yourself about issues of social, racial and economic justice


Put knowledge and learning to practical use by serving in the community

  • Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity: You don't need to swing a hammer to volunteer with HfH. A little less known is their Playhouse program. Help paint, draw, glue, create a little house for a child.
  • Support Oakland CityTeam with Their Mobile Food Pantry: In partnership with SAP, the San Jose Sharks Foundation, and the Alameda County Food Bank CityTeam, Oakland will be opening more Mobile Food Pantries in Alameda County. Volunteers are needed to help host current and future pantries. Tasks include: unloading supplies, making food bags, registering guests, passing out food to community members, and cleaning up. Contact Teddy Feldmann, Tfeldmann@cityteam.org for more information.

Project Peace - Days of Service!

Join Project Peace and others for a Day of Service at one of the upcoming work days! Day of Service is a way for the Church to embody that hope in our community and highlights the abundance we have when we come together. Invite others to join you! Let's show the East Bay what the Church looks like when we get our faith and feet dirty. While volunteers may feel they are “just doing some mopping and organizing” - this is actually the first thing many sites need help with. Choose from different locations to serve across the East Bay. Sign up here and please help spread the word! Learn more about Project Peace.

Here are some more CLC supported organizations:

Help @ CLC

Go to our Serve with Us page to see some opportunities.

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