Missions and Outreach


I Want to GIVE

Hills Church is committed to reaching to touch the world with the good news of God’s love through Jesus Christ. Here’s some of the ways we participate in expanding God’s Kingdom, globally, nationally, and locally.


Reach Russia | St Petersburg, Russia

Steve and Kim Cecil are Foursquare missionaries to the nation of Russia, the largest country in the world. The Cecils’ ministry assignment is to assist the Russian National Church with the development of the Foursquare movement in Russia, and they are currently helping to plant Word of God Church in St. Petersburg. Steve and Kim are joined by their children Kaela, Conner, and Caeden.




Jacaranda Community | Nairobi, Kenya


Garry and Brenda Kean and their daughters Kaitlyn, Lillian, Caeli, Brayden, founded and serve Jacaranda Community in Nairobi Kenya. This includes Jacaranda Christian Fellowship, a thriving local church, and Jacaranda Creations, a muliti-pronged approach bringing hope to women and children in the slums of Nairobi through vocational training (sewing), education (Jacaranda Academics) and health care (Jacaranda Care).



Crossroads Ireland | Galway, Ireland

Having started from “scratch” with only a couple of contacts in Galway, The O’Tooles – Tim, Kristina, Elijah, and Madison = have invested six years sowing the love of God into west Ireland. They started the initiative “Serve The City – Galway,” partnering with local homeless shelters, refugee centers, orphanages, serving in areas within the community that previously have not been open to Christians. The O’Tooles have also begun a house church, discipling new Irish believers, and teaching them how to disciple others, and launch house meetings in their villages.



Tree of Life ‘84 | Esteli, Nicaragua


After being abandoned to die as an infant, Mauricio was rescued from death and began living in the confidence that he is alive for a purpose. He has returned to Nicaragua, even to the very property where he was born, to build a home that would rescue, nurture, disciple, and train teen moms during their pregnancies and provide after care for them and their children. In this way, these overlooked and abandoned people find hope and discover their identity in Christ.




Hope For Israel | Jerusalem, Israel


Founded by Moran in 2000, Hope For Israel is: responding to Yeshua’s call to make disciples through small group discipleship, reaching the next generation; extending God’s hand of mercy through humanitarian aid and outreach projects; providing benevolence and support for believers suffering difficulties or persecution; supporting indigenous congregations; and, equipping the Body of Messiah to bring the hope of Messiah back to Israel.



Worldwide Bible Distribution


The Gideons International is an association of Christian business and professional men and women dedicated to telling people about Jesus through associating together for service, sharing personal testimony, and by providing Bibles and New Testaments. While they are often recognized for thier work with hotels, Gideons also place and distribute Scriptures in strategic locations (military, medical facilities, schools, etc). Their mission is to make the Scriptures available to those who want it and to those who do not know that they need it.




Camp Agape California is a non-profit children’s camp tailored to the needs of under-served children who have one or both parents incarcerated. Through their 4-day camp experience, these incredible children will experience spiritual, social, and relational growth that will help prepare them for a restorative relationship with their parents upon release from jail or prison. CAC allows kids to be kids through fun activities and to facilitate healing and restoration by teaching and equipping kids by the sharing of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through love, trust, forgiveness, hope and prayer.



Family Assistance Ministries is a faith-based charitable non-profit that provides food, shelter, and aid to thousands in south Orange County. It offers personalized support and aid in order to help clients bridge the gap from dependency to self-sufficiency. FAM partners with local churches as an extension of a congregation’s benevolence ministries.


Hands and Feet projects are the church-wide initiatives that Hills Church participates in, annually and monthly. There are additional outreach and community service projects that Hills Church is also engaged with throughout the year. Some examples of these are: