At SCBC, we believe the Gospel is good news that transforms both human lives and the communities where we live and work. That’s why, in addition to our global mission work, we partner with several local non-profit organizations that are actively working to meet the needs of our community in Santa Cruz.
If you are interested in serving our community through local organizations, check out the service opportunities below, fill out a form, or email us to find out how else we’re serving the local community.
Pregnancy Resource Center of Santa Cruz
The PRC is a local organization that provides women and teens who are facing unwanted or untimely pregnancies with quality medical assistance. Contact
If you love to knit or would like to learn, join the Knit Wits on Wednesdays at noon. The Knit Wits are committed to making a tangible impact for Christ to those in need in our community by giving hats and scarves to men, women and children in transitional homes, nursing homes and shelters. For more info email Lynda Streeter.
Teen Challenge Men is a faith-based, non-profit, residential discipleship/recovery program for men with life-controlling problems. Contact
Freedom Women’s Center
The Freedom Women’s Center is a faith-based, non-profit, residential discipleship/recovery program for women with life-controlling problems. Contact
Cindy’s Celebrations is dedicated to helping seniors live each day to the fullest by providing meals and daily outings. Contact
Project Homeless Connect
Project Homeless Connect is a community-wide event that provides tangible support and basic needs to the homeless and hurting of Santa Cruz County. Contact
Angel Tree Ministries
Supports inmates’ families by helping them become reconciled to God and one another through support & transformative relationships with local churches. Connect
Kids Club is an after school program in elementary schools designed to teach positive life skills to children through games, music and Bible discussions. SCBC currently serves at Gault School. Kids Club is not sponsored by Santa Cruz City Schools. It is an after-school activity allowed by Ca. State Law. Kids Club is sponsored by Santa Cruz Bible Church. Connect
Foster Care for Kids
Interested in Being a Resource Parent or helping a Foster Child? Have a question about it? The first Thursday of every month at 6pm come to an Orientation Meeting being held at Live Oak Resource Center at 1740 17th Ave Santa Cruz 95062. For any questions go online to
fostercare4kids.com or call 831.345.2700.
Dress A Dude
We lovingly hand-make shorts for boys, infant through young adult, in need all over the world. Shorts are requested by (and delivered by) missionaries in the name of Jesus (Isaiah 58:7). Sewing kits are available in the lobby to take home and finish. We meet to work on shorts every Friday in a local home and every 3 months at SCBC. Sewers are welcome as well as non-sewers – we have lots to do!! Connect
For more information, you can also email: firstname.lastname@example.org.