Be the change you want to see in the world! Get involved in one of our many projects that help us SERVE our neighbors and communities.
Upcoming SERVE projects:
An all-day Saturday trip to Rancho Genesis in Ensenda, Mexico to construct the third campsite for the summer camp. Bring gloves, refillable water bottle, hats and sunscreen. The church van will leave PLCPC at 7am and return by 9pm. Bring a Passport, Sentry Pass or Global Entry Pass. Contact Mark Olcott for more information or to sign-up:
Women Build: Building on last year’s very successful build, the women of PLCPC will again participate with Habitat for Humanity in their Women Build Program. The date is yet to be announced, but the project will be building homes in Logan Heights. Contact Karla ( ) if you have any questions or would like to join the PLCPC team.
Urban Life Farm
The PLCPC Youth Group will be working alongside the youth from the Urban Life Farm in Southeast San Diego, that our church helped establish in 2015, to improve the farm and get ready for the Spring harvest season.
PUM Golf Tournament
Past SERVE Projects:
On Sunday, February 5 we will be collected soup for our mission partner, Presbyterian Urban Ministries.
6th Annual SERVE Day - November 5, 2016, we partnered with Habitat for Humanity to work on project sites in Logan Heights. See highlights of the day HERE
Family SERVE project - November 20
Senior Serve Project—On July 12, 2016, over 50 of The Red Brick Seniors and friends, under the direction of Leslie Hanna, and children from the Summer Preschool Camp, assembled bags and backpacks full of hygiene products and school supplies and jars of bean soup mix for four needy groups in San Diego—The Alliance for African Assistance, a women’s shelter in the Point Loma area, MOM’s to distribute to enlisted Navy families, and a homeless shelter in downtown San Diego. Over 150 kits were assembled in just 40 minutes. Then the seniors and friends participated in luncheon fellowship.
On July 27, 2016, the Men’s Wednesday Evening Bible Study took over the cooking duties at Ocean Beach Community Dinners. This was their second time serving, and they did another terrific job of feeding the homeless in our area.