Food Bank

The Food Bank Ministry distributes food and other basic necessities to low-income families throughout the community. Food Bank services hundreds of people twice a month, and volunteers are crucial in stocking and maintaining inventory as well as ensuring that guests experience the love of Christ.

Dates and Times:

  • Every 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month

  • 8 AM - 12 PM

Contact: Paul Kim,

Homeless Ministry

Sa-Rang Community Church has partnered with First Baptist Church in Buena Park to offer various services to the homeless community. The SRCC “Homeless Ministry Team” (AKA “Dream Office Team”) seeks to share the love of Christ in tangible ways to those who are experiencing homelessness in Orange County.

Dates and Times:

  • Every 2nd Saturday of each month

  • 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM (see pamphlet below for detailed schedule info)

Contact: Heidi Jung,

Impacting Hearts OC


Impacting Hearts OC is an outreach and mentoring program sponsored by Young Life ( that exists to introduce every child within the local foster care system to Jesus Christ, help them grow in their faith, provide them with the sense of family they lack, and lead them toward self-sustaining adulthood. HolyWave has partnered with Impacting Hearts to host weekly gatherings (AKA “club”) for middle school students (6th-8th grade) every Thursday at 7 PM in Building F (MPR). High school and college clubs also gather on various days and locations.

Volunteer leaders seek to create and maintain personal relationships with the students and disciple them in the Word. Those interested in volunteering are encouraged to visit a club gathering to get a sense of what the ministry is all about. New volunteers must apply and interview with the area director, Jay Panther, and also go through training to learn what to expect when interacting with foster children and their families.

Club Details:

Contact: Jay Panther,

Magnolia Camps

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The Magnolia Summer Camp and Magnolia Thanksgiving Camp are week-long programs that occur in July and November, respectively. The Magnolia Camps began as an extension of SRCC’s Hope House Ministry, an after-school program designed to provide extracurricular activities to underprivileged children in the Magnolia School District. Every year, scores of volunteers are needed to make camp breakfasts, lead small groups, facilitate art workshops, and supervise the children on fields trips.

Dates and Times:

  • Summer Camp: Typically around late July

  • Thanksgiving Camp: Week of Thanksgiving (ends with a banquet on the day before Thanksgiving)