Compassion is at the heart of Vineyard Church Glendora. Our goal is that no one in need is ever turned away empty handed. We believe that as we reach out to the poor and broken within our community, we are touching Jesus.
As a church, we have a responsibility to our community to make sure that the basic needs of the poor are being adequately responded to. If you, or someone you know, is struggling to meet their basic needs… food, clothing, shelter… please contact the church immediately and we will connect them with resources available.
One way that Vineyard Church Glendora is able to meet critical needs in the community is through its partnership with a local thriftstore, New Unto Others. For every donation made to New Unto Others on behalf of VCG, 40% of the sales are donated back to the church. All proceeds go directly toward our Compassion Ministries Fund.
Please label all donations “Vineyard Church Glendora” and take to New Unto Others: 175 N. Vermont Ave., Glendora, CA, 91741.
At back-to-school time, Vineyard Church Glendora seeks to meet needs in the local community by collecting age appropriate backpacks and school supplies as required by Glendora Unified School District. If you or someone you know is in need of this assistance, please contact the church to reserve a backpack. Supplies are limited.
Please contact the church for a supply list if you wish to donate supplies.
Vineyard Church Glendora hosts an annual Thanksgiving Dinner Drive in which families in the community are welcome to come pick up an entire Thansgiving meal to celebrate the holiday. Meal includes a frozen turkey, vegetables, dressing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, gravy, rolls, and roasting pan.
To reserve a dinner for Thanksgiving 2015, please contact Gaby at 626-482-9803.
If you would like to donate items, click Thanksgiving Grocery List for a list of items needed.
In an effort to reach out and bless the local community with God’s love during the holiday season, Vineyard Church Glendora adopts families in need for Christmas. Gift, grocery and toiletry needs are addressed for each family member and items are delivered on Christmas morning to participating families. To be considered for adoption or support this ministry, please contact the church office.
In a partnership with other local churches, VCG is committed to providing volunteers to the local Department of Children and Family Services each night of the month to be available to children who are being detained. Children and teens being brought into the DCFS office are scared, disoriented, and extremely vulnerable as they await foster care placement. This is an opportunity for the Body of Christ to be present in their time of need.