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Jubilee Fund

You can get involved with Jubilee by joining the team as a Jubilee Volunteer by working alongside employees to develop skills and build relationships, by consider hiring Jubilee workers for your next project, by giving financially to fuel the vision of Jubilee and providing work for those in need, and by praying for Jubilee workers, volunteers and leaders as we follow God's direction, and that lives would be transformed.

Interested in joining the team? Have questions? Contact Matt Mellon below:

Full Circle

Full Circle Family Outreach is a seasonal homeless outreach ministry that provides emergency shelter to the Mountain Area. Several local churches, including Sierra Vista, participate in sheltering the homeless in their church buildings on rotating nights of the week from December through March.

If you are interested in getting involved in this ministry please contact the church office for more information: info@sierravistachurch.org

The Tabitha Project - A Sewing Ministry

The Tabitha Project is a sewing ministry that was started in 2014 by Sara Robison and Teri Lucas. They have a vision to make items for our own church body, for our community (Helping Hands Pregnancy Center, MOPS) and for global missions using patterns from Dress A Girl Around the World, Sole Hope, and Days for Girls.

If you would like to get involved with the Tabitha Project, there are several ways you can help. They always need people to sew, but if you can't sew, you can also be involved by donating fabric, jean material, other sewing supplies; putting snaps on bibs and hygiene kits and cutting out shoe pattern pieces; and preparing items for shipping. If you are able to be involved with sewing, the Tabitha Project meets every first and third Wednesday of the month from 12:00-3:00pm in the church mobile. ‚ÄčIf you have additional questions, contact Sara Robison 683-7363 or Teri Lucas 760-4495.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

The Prayer Shawl Ministry meets Tuesday mornings at 9:00 AM in the church chapel to pray, knit, and crochet. The shawls are then prayed over again by the church body before they are sent to anyone who is suffering or in need of healing. The Prayer Shawl Ministry welcomes you to join their efforts by knitting, crocheting, praying, or donating yarn. They will also gladly teach you to knit or crochet if you are interested in learning.

Building and Grounds

Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church is blessed to have beautiful buildings and grounds, but they need to maintained and even improved if possible. Buildings and Grounds need men and women who would be willing to volunteer to help in any of the areas listed below. People can also get involved by giving suggestions for improvements and providing tools for the team to borrow.

If you would like to be involved with Building and Grounds or have any questions, please call Chuck Wiest at (559) 360-8331.