Serving Our Community and Our World
Jesus was clear when he said, "...go and make disciples of all nations...". Whether here in our own backyard or around the world we want to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
Jesus’ ministry started in His local community and we believe deeply here at Discovery that our mission field begins right here in Moreno Valley. That is why we pour a lot of resources, time, and effort into local outreach. We believe that the work done in our own backyard is invaluable, and the first step in actually being the hands and feet of Jesus.
Long time Discovery members Hank and Dianne deliver meals to the homeless community around Sunnymead Blvd. twice a week. They are making a small but meaningful difference in an otherwise marginalized population right here in our own city.
How to get involved
- Volunteer to prepare a hot meal for 24 people once a month
- Volunteer to buy and package 24 sack lunches once a month
- Volunteer to drive the route once a month
Contact [email protected] for these and other ways to get involved.
Donations Needed: Cases of water, granola bars, fruit cups, individually wrapped sweets, plastic utensils, individually wrapped chips, crackers, to-go containers, lunch size paper bags, and grocery store gift cards. Other occasional needs are travel size toiletries, new socks, and blankets.
Contact [email protected] to donate any of these items.
We partner with the city and individuals in any way possible to meet the needs of anyone who need help. Anything from food distribution to yard/park clean up Discovery cares about our city. We want to be a beacon of hope for anyone who needs it.
We have worked hard to build relationships with several local schools by providing things such as meals for the teachers, backpacks full of school supplies, promotion gifts, refreshments for awards assemblies, extra food during grab and go lunch, and much more.
Because Discovery cares about our community we plan to partner with our members to buy, package, and distribute over 100 Thanksgiving meals to those in need right here in Moreno Valley.
We are better together! And here at Discovery we truly believe that. That is why we have formed partnerships with local, national, and global organizations who have a further reach than the local church.
We have been a proud ministry partner with Hope for many years and have seen firsthand the Christian leaders that they pour into and send out into the world.
The Salvation Army exists to meet human needs wherever, whenever, and however they can. We gladly support and partner with them as they continue to offer everything from disaster relief to drug and alcohol rehab programs.
This branch of Samaritans Purse exists to provide God’s love in a tangible way to children in need around the world. We have been blessed to partner with them and enlist the help of many church members to bring smiles to kids’ faces worldwide.
Hobby and Diane Howard are domestic missionaries working for CRU Family Life Ministries. Family Life exists to effectively develop Godly marriages and families who change the world one home at a time. Hobby ministry representative for the entire Southern California region. To learn more about Hobby and what Family Life is all about visit familylife.com
Even though our “mission field” is the area surrounding our own mailbox we believe in the value and effectiveness of global missions. We have and will continue to support individuals who have answered Jesus call to “go and make disciples of all nations…”
Steve Hong has been our missionary in the Philippians for 29 years. In that time he has done church planting, mentored other church planters, started the Philippine College of Ministry, led campus ministries, served as a senior pastor of a church, and is currently teaching at Faith Academy, a school for missionary kids.
We are proud to announce our newest global partnership, P.J. Hernandez and his wife Morgan are working in the small rural town on San Mateo, Guatemala. Through his organization One For Guate P.J. is pastoring in a local church, running a feeding center that feeds around 80 kids a day, delivering wood burning stoves and bunkbed to families who have very little, and doing repairs on crumbling homes. To learn more about the great work P.J. and Morgan are doing you can like them on Facebook and read their blogs at oneforguate.blogspot.com.
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