Mission Partners & Efforts

The people of Knox are actively engaged in our local, regional and global communities through our own Knox Justice Teams and by partnering with other organizations that share our Mission Committee’s vision:

Mobilizing disciples to serve, advocate, and care for people within our local community and the world.

Knox Presbyterian Church supports a variety of local and global ministries with our service, our financial giving, and our prayers.

 

This ministry helps adults and families facing hunger, homelessness, and poverty in our community. They offer comprehensive outreach, shelter, housing and employment services. Knox partners with Union Station in a variety of ways, including the preparation and delivery of sack lunches, contributing financially to the organization, and supporting their Dinner in the Park event.
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Door of Hope is a program in Pasadena that works with families by keeping the family unit together as they are experiencing homelessness and seeking to find permanent housing.Knox has provided some financial support to the organization, and initiated a small collection drive in May 2020.
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Pasadena-based Elizabeth House was founded in 1994 to address an unmet community need: shelter and services for pregnant women and their children experiencing homelessness. Through shelter and lifelong support, Elizabeth House empowers pregnant and parenting women in need to reclaim their lives and build successful family legacies.Knox provides financial support, donations from the Knox community of requested items, and through service projects.
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This Pasadena ministry provides Christ-centered community to meet the residential needs of retired church workers of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and five other denominations.Their assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing are open to the wider community.Knox provides financial support to the organization.
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Hope IT is a Christian-based effort showing God’s love and hope to underserved kids in Pasadena by helping them gain IT/computer skills. Knox provides financial support to the organization.
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This is a Christian education program that serves low-and middle-income families in Kenya. It provides holistic education centered on a Bible-based curriculum to roughly 50 children between the ages of 3 to 13 years. The school opened its doors in January 2017 in Machakos County, South Eastern Kenya, as a unique program to mitigate the dire need for quality education in the community. Knox provides financial support.
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Covenant Children’s Homes is a program of India Christian Ministries, an indigenous organization aimed at bringing the hope of the Gospel to the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The Covenant Children’s Homes reaches out to children whose parents have passed away or are unable to care for them. These children are placed into homes of five or ten children under the care of a pastor and his wife. Knox provides financial support, and also often brings a group from our community to visit in person.
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Liberia Renewal Ministries provides education, housing and clothing for at-risk youth and women in Liberia.The Organization's service programs provide rural communities and villages with electricity, running water and sanitation facilities.They Run a school and an orphanage for the people in these communities, and also provide a program for women’s recovery and support that caters to abused and trafficked women in Liberia while providing job skills training and counseling. Knox provides financial support.
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We take several trips each year to visit Casa de la Esperanza, a Tijuana orphanage that’s home to roughly 60 children and 10 workers. We spend the day with the children, leading songs, games, crafts and serving a meal. We also look for opportunities to do some work projects around the campus.
JoinMeNow, Inc. aims to spark compelling discussions on race relations through platforms where our youth can actively take part. Our goal is to create a movement that bridges racial divides in our communities and the next generation.
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