WAYS TO HELP . . .

DURING THIS TIME of CORONA VIRUS giving of yourself is the greatest way to love God and to love your neighbor (our vision as a church). The Board of Deacons organizes ministry teams to provide care for the entire church family and often to the community beyond. These teams welcome participation from members and nonmembers alike. Training and support are enthusiastically provided!  For information please contact Rev. Jan Cook.

  • union rescue mission collection day

    saturday, october 10, 9:30  - 11:30 am

    SMCC Front Lawn

    Mission Partner Union Rescue Mission will be at San Marino Community church to receive donations of clean clothing of all sizes. Also welcome: household items (excluding TVs and mattresses). All items should be boxed or bagged. For those unable to make the Saturday pick up, items can be dropped off at the church office Thursday and Friday, from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm only. Donations will be used for homeless and lower income clients and/or to stock URM’s thrift store. Contact smcc@smccpby.com for more information. 

  • Presbyterian DISASTER assistance

    Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crises and catastrophic events. Please join us in supporting Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. Go to pda.pcusa.org. If you'd rather give a check to SMCC, please include "PDA" in the memo line.  

  • Caring COOKS

    Cook and deliver meals for those in need in our local  community. Contact Liz Kwong  at caringcooks@smccpby.com for more information.

  • A SEASON OF SUSTENANCE!

    FOOD DONATions ARE vital

    "YOU CANNOT TELL A HUNGRY CHILD THAT YOU GAVE THEM FOOD YESTERDAY"  - Zimbabwean Proverb


    Together We Can Feed So Many!                               

    Since the pandemic started, the need for food has greatly increased, and SMCC wants to continue to support and serve our neighbors. SMCC is asking for monetary donations* in order to purchase healthier food (higher in protein, lower in processed sugar) for the food pantry at Iglesia de la Comunidad Presbyterian Church in Highland Park. If donating non-perishable, (and healthier) food items, please drop off at the SMCC church office Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Contact Bong Bringas or Rev. Jan Cook


    *Money donations may be cash, check or made online (Select Food Bank). 

  • local shelters need our support

    Help support Door of Hope, and Union Rescue Mission, homeless and at-risk-housing organizations in Pasadena and Los Angeles who provide for families that have been disproportionately affected by the economic downturn of this pandemic. You can donate diapers (all sizes), or write a check to "SMCC" with “DOH” or“URM” in the memo line. Please drop off donations at SMCC church office Tuesday - Friday, 10:00 am -2:00 pm. For more info on other essential supplies needed. Contact Rev. Jan Cook

  • JOIN THE PRAYER TEAM

    Now more than ever, prayer is a gift – and just as with any spiritual gift, it can be used to build up the church as well as encourage, comfort, and bear witness to the healing light of God through prayer. To join learn more about Prayer Team please contact Terry Shelton.

  • JOIN the "stay connected" TEAM

    Nearly one hundred have been in touch with 300 households to check in on their well-being, and to let them know we are here for them. There is always a need for more calls. If you would like to join the Stay Connected Team, please contact Eva Farrar.