Mission & outreach

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.  (Matthew 28:19)


San Marino Community Church's mission partners extend the congregation's reach and impact locally and world-wide. Respond with generosity in service to others. See below the many opportunities to serve throughout the year. Contact Mission & Outreach or check the Family Ministries Calendar for upcoming events.


  • Fathers Day GIft: Tools of Hope

    June 4th, 11th, & 18th, Courtyard

    A Father’s Day dilemma…. what to get for those special dads in your life can be solved with Tools of Hope. SMCC is collecting funds to send tools to needy families in Malawi. Tools can increase their livelihood and add more food to the table. For a donation of $10 you will receive a greeting card to give this “alternative gift” in honor of a loved one. We know that Dads love their tools, and they’ll love you for this thoughtful gift! Stop by the table in the courtyard on Sundays in June.

  • Union Station Meals

    Sunday Evenings, Quarterly

    To help men, women, and children rebuild their lives and end homelessness, SMCC partners with other local churches to provide and serve meals at the Union Station.  Contact Allison Drinkert

  • Conversational english

    Wednesdays & Fridays, 9:30 am, september - June

    English fluency instruction. Students and teachers of all levels welcome. Contact Coordinators

  • Local mission projects

    Regular opportunities are provided to assist others through contributions, donations of needed items, and serving needs directly.  

  • special offerings and projects

    during times of hardship and local or global disaster

    Special offerings are received throughout the year to assist mission partners, and/or help with special needs. Special projects are offered as a way to extend the church’s ministry around the world.  

  • Global Mission Trips - transforming journeys

    SMCC has a long history of sending members and staff to represent the church in mission around the world. A 2015 group traveled to mission partners in Malawi, Africa. Why are trips important?  

    • To strengthen relationships with mission partners
    • To learn in a way only immersion teaches
    • To deepen participants’ faith with a transformative experience
    • To witness God’s work in a different culture and a different language
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