Local and Global
Local and Global
Adults Toward Independent Living:
An all-volunteer, non-profit organization established in 1976, has provided housing for disabled adults in the Santa Clara Valley for over thirty years. The residents lead independent lives in specially
designed facilities that allow them to manage their own affairs while sharing the costs of attendant care and home management.
San Jose CityTeam provides hot meals, safe shelter, showers, and clean clothing to our area's homeless population as well as recovery programs for men and women seeking to transform their lives from addiction to freedom. This includes Heritage Home, which provides housing and services for homeless pregnant women and their newborns.
Fully-licensed FREE community care clinics providing convenient, confidential and professional medical services including pregnancy tests, ultrasound exams, information, counseling and support for men and women making pregnancy related decisions, STD & STI education, and prenatal care as well as post-abortion and post-adoption assistance.
Rescuing People from Bad Situations and Addiction.
Teen Challenge exists to provide successful recovery for men, women, teens, children, and families struggling with destructive, abusive, and addictive lifestyles through mentoring, education, training, and spiritual direction.
The Refuge is a place of hope, help, and healing sponsored by the New Beginnings Church. WVPC volunteers serve a meal and bring worship music monthly for the program at Sunnyvale's Murphy Park Community Center.
Homeless find hope at The Refuge
West Valley Community Services:
Providing housing, food and other emergency services in the community.
Missionaries serving throughout the globe.
Rancho Santa Marta:
A non-denominational Evangelical Christian Ministry for orphans and special needs children from low-income families, located on a 450-acre ranch in San Vincente, Baja California, Mexico.
Adam & Anna Day are a WVPC-sponsored missionary family currently serving in the Netherlands.
On some months having fifth Sundays, the congregation and community members perform a variety of service projects for individuals and groups in our community.
Short-term Mission Trips:
Short-term mission trips carried out by WVPC members have included an inter-generational mission trip in February to serve for a week at Rancho Santa Marta in San Vincente, Baja California, Mexico.
When earthquakes, hurricanes, wildfires, or war strike an area, we send funds for food, shelter, and medical aid, usually via The Outreach Foundation, ECO's partner in social services.
Your Mission Department Members
Donna Perry, Moderator