The mission and ministries of the conference are supported by people. Many of these individuals have self-organized into groups to make better use of resources, skills and graces by working together in community. These communities are of immeasurable value in making disciples of Jesus Christ, in adding water to a cup that overflows, and in demonstrating the power of open hearts, open minds and open doors.
- The Colonel R. M. Baker Home for Retired Ministers is a retirement community for United Methodist clergy.
- CPR provides opportunities for spiritual renewal and revival by promoting fellowship, education, and experience of God’s grace, love and justice
- Through the California-Pacific United Methodist Foundation, you and your local church have available many of the planned giving opportunities normally associated with hospitals, universities and national charities.
CHARMS (California-Hawaii Association of Retired Ministers and Spouses)
- CHARMS provides communication channels so that retirees and spouses can be connected to one another, creates opportunities for fellowship and continuing education, and advocates with the Annual Conference for the issues and concerns that affect retirees and spouses.
- Affiliated with The United Methodist Church, Claremont School of Theology has a long history of educating leaders in service of a complex and contingent world.
- A missionary outreach of dedicated people to the churches and campgrounds of the California Pacific Conference, most of whom own recreational vehicles.
- Project Request Form
- Sierra Service Project (SSP) is a non-profit organization providing life-changing experiences through acts of service repairing homes in Native American and urban communities and building homes in Honduras.
- The Methodist Ministers Federal Credit Union was originally chartered on September 15, 1948. Its mission is to enhance the financial lives of members and United Methodist churches.
- The Joint Commission is a grass-roots effort between the Imperial Valley and the Northwest Annual Conference in Mexico to foster church-to-church support. We support border ministries, repair churches, offer scholarships to seminary students, fund community projects and more.
- Helping men grow in Christ, so others can know Christ.
- A community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ, to develop a creative and supportive fellowship, and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.