Serve the Church

Mission means serving overseas as well as serving at home. Let us help you discover volunteer opportunities unique to your skills and personality by filling out the brief survey below. A member of our volunteer or connection staff will follow up with you shortly after.

“Every believer is first a child of God, then a servant. It is the highest honor of a son to be a servant, to have the father’s work entrusted to him.”

– Andrew Murray

Hope for Los Angeles ®

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HOPE FOR LOS ANGELES® is Pacific Crossroads Church’s ministry that mobilizes people to serve the poor and marginalized through community organizations in our city.

We support our partner organizations through volunteer programs and service projects as well as funding these programs through collecting donations and holding fundraising events.

We hope for a Los Angeles in which all people experience spiritual, social, and economic flourishing through the demonstration of Christ’s love.

Join us as we demonstrate Christ’s love by serving our city this month.

invisible(s) Orphan Care Campaign

LA has the largest foster care system in the country, representing 35,000 kids. The invisible(s) campaign is a focused effort toward orphans in our city. As a church, one of the ways we want to “renew Los Angeles for Christ” is by engaging in the lives of orphans.

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Global Missions

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Central Asian Partnership

In 2019, our partnership with the Kyrgyz church is expanding. A new, massive revival movement called Two22 has sprung up in Central Asia. Two22’s ultimate goal is to see 2% of the population in Central Asia, which also includes Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan, come to Christ by the year 2022. 

2% might seem like a small goal, but to achieve it locals from all five countries must collectively share the gospel over 6M times in order to bring 600k new believers to the faith. 2% conversion represents the critical mass needed to transform the entire region. And this gospel transformation will lead to overwhelming social justice reform, direct confrontation with Islam, and a starting point for the conversion of surrounding countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, and India.

2019 Global Missions

We affirm the value and strategic importance of short-term mission trips. We coordinate trips to serve and work alongside our long-term mission partners around the world that work strategically with indigenous church planting movements.

Check out upcoming trips and/or interest meetings in the menu below.

Applications & Resources

If you are interested in going on a short-term mission trip, please fill out an application and background check form. Applicants will not be considered until the entire application has been received.

If you have any questions, please contact the PCC Missions Team. Don’t hesitate, trips fill up fast, and team members for each trip begin meeting anywhere from two months to six months before departure.

Long-Term Partners

We support several long-term mission partners around the globe.

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Church Planting

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At Pacific Crossroads, we long to see a whole movement of churches spring up in neighborhoods all around our city.

Pacific Crossroads: South Bay

PCC South Bay is gearing up to launch in early 2019 by pastor Russ Hightower.

Over the last 10 years, God has used Pacific Crossroads Church to love LA. PCC has now begun the process of planting daughter churches across Los Angeles. Our hope is to share with the South Bay how God has been transforming and healing broken lives like ours.

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The Way: San Gabriel Valley Church Plant

The Way is led by pastor Tim Lien and meets in San Marino on Sundays at 11:00am.

The mission of The Way is Renewing San Gabriel Valley for Christ by Renewing our Neighborhoods for Christ.

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King’s Church: Long Beach Church Plant

King’s Church is led by pastor Jason Mather and meets in Long Beach on Sundays at 10:30 am.

At King’s Church you’ll find people from various backgrounds and different stages of faith but one thing we have in common is the feeling that we’ve found a home… a safe place to explore faith, experience the love of God, and extend that love to others.

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