| August 2, 2014
Menlo Park Campus, Fellowship Hall, 950 Santa Cruz Ave.
Join us Saturday evenings in July and August at 5pm for worship at our 950 Menlo Park Campus with community dinner following the service.
| August 3, 2014
Menlo Park Campus Breezeway
We are collecting backpacks for under-resourced kids in Redwood City community schools. Drop off a backpack filled with specified school supplies at our breezeway table. Last drop-off date is Sunday, August 3!
Near Cap Haitien, Haiti
Trip dates are November 1-8. Working with MPPC mission partner Living Water International, team members will drill a water well, teach hygiene, and encourage villagers. We will drill a shallow water well using a mud rotary hydraulic rig or an air drilling rig (depending on the location). The hygiene team will provide hygiene education, teach Bible lessons, and play with the kids. Application deadline is August 17.
Application will be available in August| August 10, 2014
Trip dates are December 27-January 6. This team will be working with a local church in the outskirts of Guatemala City, helping them construct their permanent church building and supporting local outreach through an afternoon children’s Bible school.
Application will be available in August| August 17, 2014
Trip dates are December 27-January 7. Our team will help run a Christian camp for boys and girls of all ages at the Rybnoe Orphanage in the Ryazan Region of Russia, bringing God's love through faith sharing, crafts and sports. Application deadline is September 30.
Participating in a Dads/Kids Campout is a wonderful way to spend time with your kids and enjoy the great outdoors. Reach out and invite colleagues and neighbors to join you. The campouts are held at various group camp areas of local state campgrounds.
We are a family-friendly MPPC ministry working in partnership with Rebuilding Together Peninsula one weekend a month to assist elderly, ill, and needy homeowners with their house maintenance. Our projects are designed to be fun for the whole family (all ages), and completed within 4-6 hours by a group of 8-12 volunteers.