Gateway's Service Ministries
Ministries listed on this page provide service to others in various ways.
Find opportunities to serve within Gateway, in the community, and around the world on this page.
This committee oversees community events such as the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Thanksgiving Turkey giveaway, the Back to School Backpack Bash, and Trunk or Treat.
Scott Merrin is our Outreach Coordinator, contact the church office for more details.
Each year we have several local campaigns to raise awareness and funds for global missions. Whether it is by traveling on a Work and Witness team, giving to Faith Promise, or bringing in change-filled boxes for the semiannual Alabaster offerings, Gateway's congregation is always so generous.
In addition to prayer and financial support, try picking up a missionary book in the church lobby. Books are also available to download to your favorite device. See Elsie or Joan at the book booth for details.
NMI Council: Fredda Koupal, Elsie Pittam, Marcello Ramirez, Sasha Ramirez, Ruth Sheets, Wally Simpkins, Larry Upson, Eileen Young
Faith in Motion
Faith in Motion (FIM) is Gateway’s partnership with Riverside County Children’s Services division. This ministry is a bridge linking our congregation with the needs of foster children and families in our community that need support and encouragement. There are many ways that we can be involved: praying for a specific child; helping collect and deliver items; becoming foster and adoptive parents. If you have any questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
FIM is collecting funds to purchase gift cards for older teens and young adults still in Foster Care. Donations will be collected through November 19. See Donna if you have any questions.
Providing care for the Gateway family. Several times a year, the Family Life team is called on to provide meals for those recovering from surgery, visiting the homebound, planning bridal and baby showers, visiting the homebound, and helping families in need. Contact Linda Wallace, Family Life coordinator.
Following the example of Jesus, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries partner with local Nazarene congregations around the world to clothe, shelter, feed, heal, and live in solidarity with those who are suffering.
Gateway's Compassionate Ministry focuses on helping individuals in need of immediate assistance. Peggy Webb is the coordinator for this ministry. Contact the church office for more details.
Homelessness is increasing in the Murrieta/Temecula area. The Gateway Homeless Ministry is committed to helping those who find themselves in this situation. This team provides hygiene kits, taking food to homeless encampments, and partnering with other agencies to provide support.
Jamie Covington leads this dedicated group. Contact the church office with questions.