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Community Resources

Below are a few local ministries that we work in collaboration with to bring the love of Christ to people by providing basic necessities to those in need. We listed these resources for your convenience. If you find this does not meet your needs please contact the church office and we will be glad to try and connect you to the appropriate organization. You may click on the images on the screen to connect to each organization's website.
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Twin Lakes Food Bank



The Food Bank is located directly across the street from Mount Olive. You may visit them at 327 Montrose Drive or call +1 (916) 985-6232.


TLFB offers a variety of services to help meet the basic needs of our neighbors. These provisions include grocery & food assistance, clothing closets for women, men and children; household and baby items; senior citizens delivery; and birthday kits. 


Learn more about how Mount Olive works in collaboration with TLFB by clicking on the link...Garden Project.


Powerhouse Ministry

​PHM is a non-profit organization bringing hope and healing to the local community of Folsom, helping over 1,000 people each year. Billed as a Christian Community Group, we offer a range of programs from women and men support groups, teen and children's ministry programs, a Drop-in center and much more. 

The community care center is for immediate resources, health, utility assistance, guidance and care. Powerhouse Ministries offers it’s Community Care Center for Folsom and Orangevale residents.  
Powerhouse Ministries created the Powerhouse Homeless Transition Center (PTC) offering food, shelter and the tools necessary to build a brighter future for those ready to seize the opportunity for change in their lives.
Folsom's Hope
Folsom's Hope is a ministry focused on caring for children by strengthening families. Whether you are wanting to be a mentor to a child or teen, or wanting to help elementary students with their homework, there are many opportunities available through Folsom's Hope to build lasting relationships with individuals within our community. Below are some examples of the hope that this ministry holds out to our community.
  • Community Potlucks
  • Coaching/mentoring program: Folsom Lake High School
  • Mentoring/lunch buddy programs: Theodore Judah (JUMP), Blance Sprentz (BAM) and Sutter Middle School (SMAK)
  • Afterschool program (Playmakers): Blanche Sprentz Elementary School
  • Folsom STARS After School Program at Theodore Judah (which also houses students from Blance Sprentz Elementary School)
  • Peer Tutoring
  • Scholarships for summer camps
  • Coat give away
  • Weekly prayer walks
Safe Families for Children is an unprecedented movement of compassion aimed at reducing child abuse and abandonment. 
SFFC returns the church to the forefront of caring for children and families in crisis. SFCC provides a tangible way for the church to love their neighbor and impact their community. 
Since beginning in Chicago in 2002, Safe Families for Children has helped a variety of parents and children facing overwhelming circumstances:
  • Parents facing eviction or homelessness
  • A mother who had no one to care for her kids when sudden illness required surgery
  • A pregnant teen whose father threw her out of the house
  • Children whose parents are incarcerated or going through drug rehabilitation
For more information if you are in need or if you want to volunteer as a Safe Family please contact Jamie at
Resource Closet for Babies and Children
Do you have baby and children's items laying around that your kids have outgrown, never worn or are just taking up space? Now you can put those items to good use to help clothe and care for local children; blessing families in need.
To help support the efforts of the Safe Families Ministry, they accept the following items:
  • New and gently used clothes
  • New and gently used shoes
  • New packages of socks and underwear
  • Diapers and wipes
  • Pack 'n plays
  • Car Seats (no expired seats please)
If you have items you would like to donate or are in need of items for your children please contact:


On-Line Service Directory for Assisting the Aging Population
AA, NA CODA and Al Anon Meetings
Below are a list of meeting times for Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Al Anon, and Co-Dependents Anonymous that meet in the Annex of Mount Olive:
  • Sundays at 4:00 pm--NA Meetings
  • Mondays at 7:00 pm--CODA Meetings
  • Wednesdays at 8:00 pm--AA Meetings
  • Fridays at 7:30 pm--Al Anon Meetings


St. John's Shelter Program

Mount Olive collects travel size toiletries all year for the Shelter. Please remember them during your travels. The donation box is in the Fellowship Hall.
St. John's is located in Sacramento. St. John's is for the woman who wants to make the leap. Who will fight the pervasive influence of homelessness, poverty, and abuse. Who will make an empowered decision to rise up and beome a productive community member. Who understands unequivocally, that the decision to create a better life--for herself and for her family--rests entirely on her. 
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