also have been sending useful items (phone cards, books, magazines,
CDs, personal items, etc.) to United States soldiers on rest and
rehabilitation at Camp Assayliyah in Qatar in the Middle East.
Worldwide Impact Now (WIN) is providing support for the Karen, an indigenous people of Burma, defending their land against the Burmese Army seeking to control the natural resources.
understanding of democracy, support education at Top-of-the-World School, and gift goats to needy families.
April – Our Father’s Table – www.OurFathersTableUS.org
This local Christian organization provides street outreach for our brothers and sisters experiencing homelessness, and reminding them of their own worth and God's love for them.May – Rainbow Valley Resource Network - www.rvrnetwork.org
Led by Todd Herzer, RVRN advocates for and supports the spiritual growth of those working through the label of developmental disability who have chosen Christian Science as their way of life.June – Veterans' Legal Network
Founded and directed by Christian Scientist and former JAG officer Dwight Stirling, it advocates for veterans who need help navigating civilian life and the bureaucracy of the VA.
(U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs).
This school, run by Christian Scientist Mayal Tshiabula, takes children off the street and gives them a place to live and an education they would not otherwise receive.August – Scholars Together - www.Scholarstogether.com
This school, led by founding member Tien Langlois, that lovingly guides diverse-style learners in their cultivation of character, integrity, confidence, and life skills.
September– FAM (Family Assistance Ministries) – www.family-assistance.org
(Liaison: Kay Owens)
A faith-based non-profit assisting those in southern Orange County with food, shelter, supportive counseling, and aid, helping to bridge the gap from dependency to self-sufficiency.
October – Petals of Africa School, Kenya - www.petalsofafrica.org
(Liaisons: Kathy & Dick Smith)
A nursery through 8th grade school associated with Christian Science and being given support
and oversight by E-3. Not all students are Christian Scientists and many are orphans.
November – Open for Additional recipient or gifting
A Colorado camp for Christian Science youth and adults impacting many lives through Christian Science. Discovery Bound provides events in communities around the US.If you would like to join us in supporting any of these organizations, please email us.
Homes of Hope 2007
This Society, along with First Church of Christ, Scientist, Dana Point, the Monarch Beach Sunrise Rotary Club, and other organizations and individuals, supported a volunteer building team of 13 youth and young adults, with a total of 26 participants, in the "Homes of Hope" Youth With A Mission project on December 27-29, 2007 in Tijuana, Mexico. The Carvajal Rodriguez family was the recipient of the new home. They have 4 children ranging in age from 10 to 18.
Below is a link to a video presentation about the project.
Homes of Hope 2007 Video