What we do
Serving others is a community and an individual pursuit, whether it’s in our local neighborhood, our workplace, at the gym, among our own families or in a far-flung corner of the world. We serve because we care deeply about the well-being of every community we are part of. We espouse an asset-based approach to when, where and how we serve – affirming the innate value of all whom we serve, celebrating the gifts and assets they bring to the table and striving to faithfully come alongside through partners already making a difference in the world.
Why we serve
“This was a really meaningful experience for my family at Christmas. Just spending time together, even with the language barrier, was a gift.”
– The Suhonen Family (Adopt a Family, Alliance for African Assistance, San Diego)
Putting Food on the Table
“These are my neighbors. This is something really simple I can do to help them.”
Dan Decker (The Bethlehem Food Pantry, El Cajon)
Serving At-Risk Teens
“Serving Care House is our way of giving back and sharing God’s love with families who find themselves in less fortunate life circumstances than we have.”
– Richard & Debbie Williams
(Board Members for Care House, San Diego)
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Director of Formation & Mission
Bridget has been a parishioner at FHPC for over 35 years. While retirement from a long business consulting career offered many opportunities to explore new paths, she has brought her vocation to FHPC’s adult faith formation ministries and local, regional, and international mission partnerships. In her spare time, Bridget loves to travel, cook, and connect with friends. She also volunteers regularly through her Rotary club at a yearly business camp for high school juniors and a county-wide speech contest.