Serving others and being accepting towards those different than us is a way for us to show God's love and to live how Jesus would want us to. During the COVID-19 crisis, we are putting together health kits and sandwiches for homeless neighbors. Please email the office if you'd like to contribute or participate. office@umclamirada.org

Always a second-mile giving opportunity during online church - Sundays @ 10:00 am on Facebook!

Christmas water for life

heifer project international

We always raise money for specific missions at Christmas time. This year our goal is to purchase a well through Heifer International. From our missions team:  

We as a church can give the gift of water to families who do not have access to fresh clean water. Just imagine not having water for drinking, washing, or cooking. Children, especially girls, lug water all day long. Girls do most of this work and do not have the opportunity to go to school. If we pull together and buy a fresh, clean water well, we not only provide water but a chance for a girl to go to school. Even though this year has been strange and challenging in many ways we still have many, many blessings to be thankful for.  So please help support our gift to the world of fresh clean water. 

Click HERE to contribute now.

$750 buys one well!

Find out more at  www.heifer.org


 Service for us comes from the heart so we look forward to serving alongside those who have a heart for the hungry, the lost, the hurting and the weak, while communicating God’s love in a real and tangible way. 

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Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins.

1 Peter 4:8


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Our volunteers work regular hours at the pantry organizing donations, making sandwiches, and giving out care bags to homeless neighbors. 

Would you like to join us ? 


At United Methodist Church of La Mirada, we love to serve in other ways, too. The United Methodist Committee on Relief responds to U.S. and international disasters, addresses diseases of poverty, ministers to refugees and immigrants, provides clean water and actively works to reduce hunger. The work that UMCOR does for the United Methodist community and the world is extraordinary and one that we passionately give to, especially in times where wildfires raged and caused lots of damage in our backyard and other places around the nation and the globe that were rocked by disaster.