TURN is working in collaboration with the faith community to love our city and build the Kingdom of God!
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TURN partners with churches and other Christian non-profits to help organize prayer events in the city including the National Day of Prayer breakfast and the Easter Service on Mount Rubidoux. Breakfast and other events are planned intermittently that help support the service team that plans Mt. Rubidoux Easter Sunrise Service. TURN also partners with Riverside's House of Prayer and with local prayer leaders at regional prayer events.
In partnership with the Department of Social Services, TURN works to engage churches with our local community in order to care for the county’s foster youth, biological families and resource families.
Neighbors without homes
TURN has connected congregations to serve alongside different ministries that provide solutions to homelessness. We are a proud supporter of Mayor Rusty Bailey and all local-government efforts that help our vulnerable neighbors without a home. Helping in these partnerships, assisted Mayor Bailey and his efforts in the Love your Neighbor Initiative. The hope is that by educating and informing congregations on the many ways we can together help end homelessness, we will be unified in these efforts.
TURN partners with, Glocally Connected, a local refugee school and support group. Glocally Connected works to empower our new neighbors and give space for them to adjust to their new home. TURN also partners with groups that helps immigrants with proper legal processes and helps to educate the faith community in a Christ-like approach to the immigration issues facing our community.