- Saturday: 6PM
- Sunday: 9 & 10:45AM
At Twin Lakes Church, we want to walk alongside struggling families and individuals and support you through life’s ever-changing seasons. We want to provide you with connection, consolation and comfort.
Assistance during COVID-19
Navigating this unique season is challenging for all of us. If you would like to talk with a pastor and have someone to pray with you over the phone, please email and we will have someone reach out to you.
If this crisis has placed you in a tough place financially and you would like to speak with someone about help with bills, please email or call 831-465-3300 to find out more and set up an appointment to meet with our team.
Navajo Nation Needs
Our mission partner, John Aldax, who works with the Navajo Nation in Arizona has been in touch with 400 families in the Shonto, Inscription House, Navajo Mountain, Tse Bii Otseel areas that need help. The Navajo reservation has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, and one of the main issues with which they are struggling is the ability to sanitize and disinfect things.
We would like to collect the following items for these families and John will deliver them to the reservation on July 1st. If you would like to help with this cause, please drop off your donations in the marked barrels in the church office lobby Monday through Thursday 9 AM to 4 PM between now and June 29th. If you have any questions, feel free to contact .
Providing food for those in need in partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank every Wednesday from 3:30 to 5:30 PM at TLC. We are providing a drive-thru pick up method to keep everyone safe. Look for signs in our parking lot.
We also are in need of donations - food and/or monetary. Food donations can be dropped off at the church office Monday through Thursday between 9 AM and 4 PM. Monetary gifts can be given online - be sure to write in the memo line for People's Pantry.
Food needed: canned/jar goods - tuna, veggies, fruit, tomato sauce, beans, chili, peanut butter, jam. Boxed/bagged items - mac and cheese, rice, spaghetti noodles, oatmeal, cereal.
If you would like to volunteer to help assemble or distribute bags or would like more information, please contact .
Home-cooked meals delivered to those who are ill, recovering from illness, new parents, and people who are recovering from surgery. Contact or 831-465-3368.
To serve on this ministry team, Click here to fill out the application.
A project-oriented service helping the widowed, physically limited, and single parents on a limited income. Contact or 831-465-3368.
If you would like to serve on this ministry team, click here.
Help for those that need a ride to their medical appointments. For more information contact or 831-465-3368.
If you would like to serve on this team, click here.
Bridge of Hope
Support Foster Families
Some foster families in our county have had a hard time finding supplies or haven't been able to afford them because they have been furloughed or laid off. Also, foster families have been reaching out with a need for toys/activities that will help entertain the kids while SIP. You can help by checking out this Amazon Wish List.
Make Face Masks
Make fabric masks for others. Email Gwenda if you're interested:
Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz County
Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz County is in need of volunteers. Check out their website. Some crucial needs are:
Support Unhoused Community Members at Shelters - Volunteers are needed to support the day-to-day operations of new, emergency shelters in Santa Cruz and Watsonville. Volunteers who have interpersonal skills and are able to listen without judgment are especially needed in this role. Contact: Brooke, , 831-457-9834
Sew a Mask or Gown - The County of Santa Cruz Human Services Department is in need of 2,000 masks to distribute to workers and volunteers providing essential services. More info: https://scvolunteercenter.org/programs/mask-making-project/. Contact and instructions:
At Home Service Projects - Youth and families can make a difference in their community by completing virtual or at home service projects to uplift the high-risk groups who may feel isolated in this current situation. More information and register: https://www.scvolunteernow.org/athomevolunteer. Contact: Malia Yamashita,
Help for those from the Twin Lakes family who find themselves in financial difficulty. Please email or call the church office at 831-465-3300 to find out more and request an appointment to meet with our team.
If you would like to speak with a pastor about something that is troubling you, we are happy to connect you with someone. While none of our pastors or staff are licensed counselors, we are happy to listen to you, point you to helpful resources, and give you spiritual direction.
Contact to find out more and get connected with a pastor.