Sunday: Four Services available: Sunday morning at 10:00 to about 12:00 we have a community church service at Wildomar Elementary School. We begin with a nice breakfast and fellowship. A great time to get to know the pastor and leaders. After breakfast we have a great Bible lesson. Sunday morning church is a time to gather as a family in Christ. There is no rush… simply a time to focus on fellowship, prayer, the breaking of bread, and getting into the Word. We are on God’s timetable and not the other way around. The saying, "easy like Sunday morning", comes to mind. Church offers a time to regroup, discuss the prior week, lessons learned, and to get spiritually ready for the week ahead. The church is a gift to the believer for maturity and to be used for the sake of the ministry. Christians are soldiers for Christ stationed in the battlefield of this world. Sunday church is a time to relax, refocus, and grow. The entire life of a Christian is hidden in Christ, to live for His will, and for His good pleasure.
Concurrently to our Sunday morning community Church, we have an outreach church service for the elderly! Every Sunday at 10:00-11:00 at Chateau Harveston. We also have a service at an Alzheimer's facility at 2:30 at Atria located on Butterfield Road. What a blessing it is to fulfill James 1:27 and spend time with the elderly and widows. This outreach includes opportunities to get to know our brothers and sisters who are suffering from various memory loss and to fellowship with their families as well. We start with about thirty minutes of singing hymns and then about a twenty minute message; afterwards, everyone partakes in fellowship and a treat as we all get the opportunity to sit down for encouragement and to get to know each other better.
Our last service on Sunday is an Outreach for adults with disabilities from 5:00 to 7:00. This outreach is located at Life Line Church in Temecula located behind the Salvation Army on Commerce Center Dr and Overland Dr. As always, this outreach includes a very nice dinner as well! After fellowship and dinner, we have a time of worship and a teaching from the word. An interpreter is also a part of the Bible study for those who are deaf and/or hearing impaired. After the Bible study, we always have further opportunities to get to know our Christian family suffering from various disabilities and the care-takers!!
Monday: Prayer at the flag pole at Temecula Valley High School at 8:15am!! Let us not prevent or hinder kids from coming to Jesus, plus we all believe in the power of prayer!! What an amazing sight to see students, teachers, parents, and the local community praying at the flag pole every Monday morning at TVHS!! Students are under constant spiritual attack, so let us come together every Monday morning to pray for and over these precious souls.
In addition, Hands and feet ministries oversees four homes for those who need a place to stay. All individuals who are in the discipleship homes are also paired up with on one-on-one mentor. Anyone interested in being a mentor and current mentors have a monthly meeting on the first Monday of every month to discuss various concerns and provide updates on the people they are discipling/mentoring. On the first Monday of every month, we have a meeting to discuss plans and progress for continued success in the discipleship homes.
Tuesday: Community outreach church service for the homeless, poor, and those who are in need of support during a difficult time at Life Line Church. We serve a great dinner and fellowship together. After dinner we have a bible study. Life Line Church is located behind the Salvation Army on Commerce Center Dr and Overland Dr.
Wednesday: Hymns and worship with the elderly every Wednesday starting at 6:30PM at Chateau Harveston and 10:00 - 11:00AM at Highgate! Come by and sing to Jesus and fellowship with some amazing brothers and sisters in Christ. Truly a wonderful time.
Friday: We meet at 7:30 in Old Town to evangelize. There's nothing better than explaining the work of the cross and leading others to a personal saving relationship with Jesus.
But when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with compassion for them, because they were weary and scattered, like sheep having no shepherd. Then He said to His disciples, "The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest."