Serve Our Community

  • CTK Food Pantry & Fallbrook Food Pantry

    Bring canned food items the first Sunday of the month to donate to the CTK Food Pantry here on campus. We also share these donations with the Fallbrook Food Pantry which serves low income and disadvantaged families by providing basic food items, clothing and small household items. Donations are also accepted at the Food Pantry weekdays, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. 

    Contact: Church Office

  • Sharing the Table

    Meets at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall kitchen the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month (during the school year) to prepare and serve a meal for students and families of a local elementary school. 

    Contact: Barbara McLean

  • Fallbrook Pregnancy Resource Center

    Offering services to those who are facing an unexpected pregnancy. Provides a variety of free services. Pick up an FPRC baby bottle in the church office, fill it with change and when it's full, return it to the office and take another one. Encourage your friends to do the same. 


  • Brother Bennos

    Brother Benno‚Äôs is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that has been committed to serving the poor and homeless in San Diego North County since 1983. They started as a soup kitchen, but have expanded their services tremendously over the years. 

    Contact: John Mattson

  • Camp Pendleton Food Pantry

    Donate food to the Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton's Honor-System Food Pantry by bringing it in to the collection basket in the church lobby. The pantry is only accessible to Marines, and stocks shelf-stable foods such as: baby food & formula, canned meats, canned nuts, canned fruits, dry mixes, pasta, soups, cereal, peanut butter & canned vegetables.

    Contact: Grace Wade or Lt. Col. Wade (Ret.) 760-650-5140,

  • God's Bounty

    God's Bounty is a neighborhood food distribution held at Vallecitos School in Rainbow. CTK, in partnership with The San Diego Food Bank, distributes fresh produce, bread and assorted canned goods on the 3rd Friday of every month. Volunteers begin distributing food at 2:00 p.m. Registration for recipients is required. If you are interested in volunteering for this greatly needed outreach ministry, please call the church office or email.

    Contact: Barbara McLean

  • CPR:  Christians Praying for Revival!

    The goal of CPR is to pray for our neighbors, that's it!  We are encouraging everyone to commit to walk up and down your street at least once per month and pray for the people living in each home.  It's a movement to cover our community with prayer!  For more info and to sign up click here!