Chaplains are spiritual caregivers who reach out to anyone in need. They have traditionally provided care and support to people going through a hard time. The role of chaplain keeps people connected to their faith and helps make connections to communities of faith for those who don’t have one.
At this unprecedented time in our global history, we see neighborhood chaplains as key leaders who mobilize us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Redemption’s neighborhood chaplains are facilitating systems of care and support in neighborhoods throughout Orange County. They help keep us connected and can connect anyone in need to available resources.
If you would like to participate in loving your neighbor, please reach out to your Neighborhood Chaplain. If you have a need or know someone who does, please communicate that with them.
*neighborhoods are being added as we have willing leaders. If you don’t see your neighborhood listed and would like to help, please contact email@example.com
Each week we are featuring two small businesses in our community to rally around and support. Even in hard times, we lean into generosity. We can’t do everything, but collectively we can make an impact. Consider how you can support a sister and brother this week.
Abraham Magdeleno is the father of one of our Learning Center families. His work is in kitchen remodels and he is hustling now to do handyman work, outside repairs, etc. You can text him to schedule a project.