Missions

SECOND CHANCE THRIFT SHOPPE

Kingsfield's Second Chance Thrift Shoppe is not your average store! This boutique thrift shop stocks all kinds of gently used treasures. ...but the greatest surprise is that Second Chance benefits multiple Global and Local Missionary ventures. Through the hard work of our staff and volunteers this little shop is touching lives across Laguna Beach, Orange County, and around the world! Please consider volunteering to serve in our thrift shop or donating gently used items. We ask that our entire church body keep this vital ministry in prayer for the amazing work that they do! Take a moment and view below the many wonderful outreaches and ministries supported by the Second Chance Thrift Shoppe!

Second Chance Thrift Shoppe is located in downtown Laguna Beach at: 355 Broadway St, Laguna Beach, CA 92651.

If you are interested in volunteering or donating items please call: 949.464.0070 or contact the church office here.

 

GLOBAL MISSIONS

 

 

GROWER'S FIRST: HONDURAS

Growers First equips isolated indigenous family farmers to undertake long term economic and community development through outreach and partnership. We believe the future of remote families, communities and the environment in which they live will be sustainable only by teaching them good stewardship. We are their partners and a resource in developing a program to lead themselves to a better future. We are helping coffee growing families in remote communities through direct training and assistance including:

- Food and Medical Aid
- Agricultural Consulting and Education
- Leadership Conferences
- Outreach Missions
- Micro-finance
- Environmental Planning and Organic Certification
- Building Partnerships with other Missions, Aid Agencies and Local Governments

Check out the Growers First website.

 

ANGELA SIMON YWAM: JAPAN

Angela Simon will be ministering in Tokyo, Japan. In Japan, there is only one missionary for every 56,800 people. The suicide rate in Japan is one of the highest in the world, reaching a near epidemic rate. 34,427 Japanese men and women took their own lives last year.

Her desire is to see every person in Japan know the relentless love of God. She desires to love the people fearlessly, and let them know there is immeasurable value to their lives. Most importantly, she desires to help the Japanese people see the reality of the freedom & power the Gospel brings.