Local Mission

Get involved in making a difference, changing individual lives and entire communities – and finding a sense of purpose.

Community Mission Work

Makes a difference in the lives of those in the community by providing housing, clothes, and low-cost clothes or furniture to vulnerable children and families.

Faith Build through Habitat for Humanity

Partnering with Habitat for Humanity, PCC volunteers experience love in action by serving others as they work together to construct well-built, energy-efficient homes for qualified homeowner candidates in Pinellas County.

Participate in the annual Faith Build through recruitment of volunteers who participate on each home being built (because of the pandemic Habitat is in the process of formulating new guidelines for the number of volunteers participating in Build Days), contribute funds to be used for the construction of the home being built, or educate members of our community regarding the requirements of becoming homeowner candidates.

Angel Outreach

“To reach out in tangible ways that show and teach God’s Love to less fortunate children and their families in our community.

To reach out within our local community by assisting families with young children (5th grade and under). To help them not only in monetary ways but to be the hands and feet of God by sharing our love and bringing added joy and happiness to these families during the Christmas Season with our family-based activities.

Thrift Mall

Thrift Mall will be open every Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. We are accepting donations. We are not doing pickups or deliveries at this time.

For other updates please visit the thrift mall’s website.

Congregational Hospitality

Makes a difference in the lives of those in the community by providing food to vulnerable children and those who find themselves homeless.

Pack-A-Snack

“Pack-A-Snack is a community outreach program of United Methodist Cooperative Ministries/Suncoast, Inc., 1625 Union Street, Clearwater, Florida 33755 and area churches. The program is designed to help address the problem of chronic hunger among elementary-age children in our public schools. This has been estimated to be approximately 10% of all children eligible for free lunch.

Food Pantry

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the Food Pantry continues to support vulnerable families and individuals who are residents of Pinellas County on a weekly basis. Food Pantry bags may be picked up in the portico of the Life Enrichment Center from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. every Thursday morning.

Donations can be dropped off Tuesday mornings from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the portico of the Life Enrichment Center (LEC) Building. There is also a donation box in the portico.

 

Providing Meals

Pasadena’s Hospitality Team helps to take care of vulnerable children and those who find themselves homeless by preparing and delivering meals to

Florida Resurrection House where we feed 14 families each week.

Pinellas Hope in St. Petersburg where we provide 200 meals every month for the residents.

Street Eats

In February of 2021, Pasadena Community Church began to collaborate with the St. Petersburg Police Department P.A.T.H. program with “Street Eats.” This new ministry provides 200 bags each month to the P.A.T.H. program. These bags are filled with non-perishable food items to be handed out by the officers to those experiencing homelessness and hunger in St. Petersburg.

 

Health Start Coallition

To provide recipes and menus to food insecure families with the food pantry bag.

 

 

 

Angels Against Abuse (“Angels”)

This program was created by a small group of visionaries who saw a need to provide assistance to children beyond the scope of basic services covered by the foster care system. Most often, these children are removed forcibly from their homes due to abuse, and they are placed in the care of agency housing or private foster homes. The experience is traumatic, and the children often leave with nothing but the clothes on their backs. The Angels team set out to help these kids by

  1. providing goods and services not covered by the foster care system;
  2. helping to reduce the trauma of home removal;
  3. trying to create as many traditional childhood experiences for these children living in non-traditional conditions; and
  4. working with children and families to stop the cycle of abuse.