Join us March 18, 2021 from 12-1:30pm as we hear from Matthew Soerens, US Director of Church Mobilization for World Relief, about ways we can bring hope to refugees around the world and on our own doorstep.
With increased infections, daily numbers of deaths rising, and the life-altering, long-term impacts of COVID-19 becoming clearer, it’s time to change the conversation about COVID-19.
We’ve seen this story before, but this time it feels like something might be different. Maybe it’s because we’re in the middle of a pandemic of global proportions that has put in stark relief the real nature of our sickness?
Reverend Brett Masters, lead pastor at Dream Center, Lake Elsinore, shares how the ministry at the Dream Center has adapted to the realities of the COVID-19 virus in Southern California.
When we were younger, “please” was always the “magic word.” For George Floyd, “please” wasn’t enough.
“Find a need, fill it. Find a hurt, heal it.” The Dream Center is a volunteer driven organization that finds and fills the needs of individuals and families in the Lake Elsinore community in Southern California.
With the Free Methodist freedoms at the core of what they do, New Hope Center is looking beyond race and national borders to share Christ and develop relationships.