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Rancho Cucamonga

Gathering Times

Saturday: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m. & 11:30 a.m. Deaf Interpretation at 10:00 a.m. (or upon request) - Childcare available at all services (Special Needs - 11:30 a.m.)
Fontana

Gathering Times

Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Located in the heart of north Fontana, we are excited to be opening our doors to a new generation of families.

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Thursday
(909) 980-2191

Closed Friday

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Serve the City

Serve the City

We believe God has called Hillside to be a church that turns our hearts and our focus to local communities. We seek and are committed to building relationships and have intentional and strategic partnerships where we can work alongside the work God is already doing in our city. With this in mind, here are the ways we can be Christ's ambassadors in our community. There is a part for each of us to play.

Feed Rancho

Lets help to feed those in need in our own community with FEED RANCHO. Feed Rancho is partnering with the Hope Pantry at First Baptist Church in Rancho Cucamonga. You can help by bringing your non perishable food the first weekend of every month to the church lobby. The Hope Pantry does their food distributions on the first and third Saturdays from 7:00am-9:00am of every month.

To find out how to volunteer, please contact servethecity@hillsiderancho.com

God's Pantry

God’s Pantry is a volunteer- run food pantry that helps the Inland Empire’s most underserved communities. Their mission is to share the gospel of Jesus Christ in a practical way by helping meet the basic nutritional and spiritual needs of the community. God’s pantry rotates between 6 cities and has a new location in the city of Fontana. Volunteers are needed on Saturday mornings.

To find out how to volunteer, please contact servethecity@hillsiderancho.com

Olive Crest

Olive Crest is an organization who is dedicated to preventing child abuse, treating and educating at risk children as well as preserving families. They have programs that include counseling, foster care, transitional living assistance and adoption placement. The Olive Crest boys home is a transitional living home who supports boys ages 13-18. They provide a safe home where the boys can continue to receive an education and receive support. They bring them up to become well rounded and ensure a smooth transition into society once they reach the age of 18. Get involved by becoming a mentor for these boys with visitations and activities.

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The Starfish Ministry

The Starfish Ministry at Hillside is a community of families who meet to encourage and equip each other as we strive to make a difference, “One child at a time.” If you are a family involved with adoption, fostering or who is interested in learning about it, please come!

They meet on Sunday mornings, at 9:15 – 10:30 a.m. in Room 200. Volunteers can get involved by providing a meal, resources, time, childcare, respite care, transportation, or delivering birthday cards.

For questions, please contact starfish@hillsiderancho.com

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Inland Empire United Way

United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good. They have hundreds of programs that support people in need. They focus on improving the lives of children and families in our communities.and invest in Education, Health, and Financial Stability.They have hundreds of programs that support people in need. You can volunteer with the Inland Empire United Way with any opportunities including feeding hungry kids, preparing youth for college, providing students with school supplies, connecting people with needed community resources, and helping to beautify and revitalize local schools.

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Think Together

Think Together is an after school program that inspires and nurtures children through education. They go into under resourced schools to help improve children’s confidence, potential, and purpose.The program is available for kids Kindergarten through 6th grade from after school until 6:00 pm. They have snack, activities, a curriculum, and homework help. They have multiple sites in Southern California. This program supports volunteers by allowing them to come in and work side by side with the students with activities and homework help. You can volunteer for the Think Together program every Tuesday and Thursday during the school year.

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