2022 Midyear Report
OC rescue mission
Ministering the love of Jesus Christ to the Least, the Last, and the Lost
The Orange County Rescue Mission’s (OCRM) Village of Hope is a 192-bed transitional housing program for homeless men, women,
and children and also supports single homeless women with children and intact families. Through its Christ-centered programs, the Village of Hope encourages personal and spiritual development, mental and physical health, professional development, and independence.
They provide guidance counseling, education, job training, shelter, food clothing, health care.
This ministry lives into our SERVE strategy area of CARE.
How Can I Serve?
Restoration Kitchen - Help cook and serve dinner to the residents.
Warehouse - Work in the warehouse sorting and organizing donated items.
Chili Serve - Serve a warm cup of chili and share conversation with our homeless neighbors the last Saturday of each month.
one time/occasional opportunities
Medical professionals - Childcare - Tutoring - Mentoring - Hair Stylists - and many more.