Uganda Mission Trip Information Meeting

Uganda Mission Trip Informational Meeting, February, 1, 2018 at 6:30 pm, room 110 . Join us for an informational meeting to hear more about a life changing mission trip to Uganda Dates: June 12-26, 2018. BPC will partner with African Hospitality Institute (AHI) working with the staff and students, and also serving the local villages and schools. For further information please contact Tracy Davis at 530-228-5637 or You can also learn more about AHI on our website or at

Rachel & Taylor Hibberd Meet and Greet

Sue and Greg Grimm will be hosting an meet and greet for Rachel and Taylor Hibberd at their home, 61 Beacham Loop, Chico from 1- 4 p.m on March 11. For more information, contact phone Sue Grimm at 519-1893. We will do desserts and have some of the products from Purnaa on display and for sale.

Walk4Water Volunteer Meeting

The Walk4Water is educational, fun and inspirational for all ages. The 10th Annual Walk4Water will take place in Bidwell Park on April 14, 2018.  Participants begin their 2K or 5K walk at the One Mile Dam Recreation Area with an empty bucket in hand.  As they go, walkers visit educational stations about the tremendous need for safe water on a global scale and about water conservation in their home communities. Participants fill their empty buckets from the creek at the mid-way point and carry it back to the One Mile Recreation Area, simulating the long walks made daily by women and children of developing countries where clean water  boreholes  (hand pumped wells) do not yet exist.   To make the Walk4Water successful, approximately 100 community volunteers from schools, churches and other service groups help to organize the event.

Haiti Mission Trip Information Meeting

The Haiti Mission Team is holding an informational meeting on Sunday, Feb. 4 at 12:30pm. We will be taking a team to Haiti this summer from June 28-July 9 to run a VBX and birthday party for the children. Please join us if you’re interested in finding out more about this trip. Karla and Mike Albert  1240 Laburnum Ave. 530-591-9339.

“Growing Out” In Service

Your life, work, relationships, family and talents are unique and we believe God has entrusted you with those things for His purposes. You have a unique opportunity to be His ambassador of hope, freedom and reconciliation right where you are. Consider yourself SENT by God into your daily conversations and activities, to proclaim His love.

Our Global Mission Partners

Agros International

Agros works with rural families in Central America and Mexico, breaking the cycle of poverty through a holistic development model of community organization, land ownership, housing and infrastructure, sustainable economic growth and community education.  Website

African Hospitality Institute

African Hospitality Institute, located in the bush of Central Uganda, is transforming lives one person at a time; breaking the bonds of poverty and dependency that hold people back from living a full and productive life that blesses others. Its unique vocational training and relational discipleship programs impact unemployed Ugandan men and women. Its 10 room exclusive guesthouse provides a sanctuary of opportunities to Western Mission Teams and Humanitarian Volunteers with life changing experiences as they work alongside and share their lives with those trapped in extreme poverty.  Website

Bridging The Gap

Bridging the Gap By Giving (BTG), a local non-profit founded by Shirley Adams, raises awareness and money for clean water, sanitation, and training in hygiene in developing countries. Hundred of volunteers and donors of all ages have provided over 18,000 Africans with clean water for life. Our largest awareness outreach and fundraiser is the annual Walk 4 Water that involves local businesses, churches, individuals, schools and service groups. BTG is a donor-advised fund with North Valley Community Foundation, which assures that gifts are tax deductable. One hundred percent of the money given goes to safe water projects. Everyone needs clean water.  Website


Cristosal is a nongovernmental organization based in El Salvador advancing human rights in Central America through rights-based programming, research, and learning.  We take a human rights-based approach to community development and poverty reduction that recognizes at its core the inherent dignity, equality and inalienable rights of every human being. This principle repositions the poor in the development enterprise from beneficiaries of charity to citizen partners, architects and owners of their own development process.  Website

New Life Homes - Swaziland

Peter and Mary Jean Kopp began New Life Homes in 2001 to address the growing need to care for the most vulnerable children, orphaned or abandoned and without alternatives for care as a result of the HIV/AIDS crisis.  A 195-acre farm was acquired in 2003.  To date, four homes have been built and are fully operational.  Each home provides for 8 to 10 children.  Dedicated Swazi parents give themselves to love and parent these children unconditionally.  Each family operates as independently as possible, functioning as any other family in their culture. Seeking to achieve self-reliance, both parents and children participate through growing their own food and generating income.  Free-range eggs, broiler chickens, pigs, beef, vegetables and vegetable seedling are profitably marketed.  Website


One Mobile Projector Per Trainer partners with charities already serving in the poorest communities of the world like Haiti, Rwanda, and Nepal to transform lives through education. OMPT provides the local people with cordless, solar-powered mobile projectors to communicate vital health and sanitation practices.  Website

Siloé Ministries

Siloé Ministries is a Christian medical ministry serving in La Mision, Baja California and other poor communities in Mexico. They provide needy families with free health education, medical care, and Christ-centered counseling. They run a family medicine and dental clinic in La Mision and host medical missions teams. A gift to Siloé will support our community clinic as well as health education outreach and events in nearby rural villages.  Website

US Foundation for the Children of Haiti

Haiti continues to be the poorest country in the western hemisphere. The United States Foundation for the Children of Haiti (USFCH) is dedicated to providing financial, medical, and religious support and assistance to the needy children of Haiti.  The orphanage/school/hospital provide for the care of children including severely disabled and hundreds of families in the community. Through these efforts, children who might otherwise die as a consequence of the worst poverty, have an opportunity to live and grow in an environment of love and security.  Website