Food Pantry

Providing FREE FOOD for our community.

"It is more blessed to give than to receive" 

Acts 20:35  


DATE & TIME (ONCE A WEEK)

Tuesday  11am - 1pm

Wednesday  4pm - 6pm.

Thursday  11am - 1pm

Foundry Clinic

The Foundry Community Church is partnering with the Student Healthcare Project from California State University San Marcos School of Nursing to provide FREE healthcare services to our community.  


OPEN ON:

Tuesday from 1PM - 6PM

Thursday from 8AM - 2PM


WE ARE ON: 

1249 E Ohio Ave. Escondido, CA 92027

Clinic Phone: 760 385 3739


SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Acute and chronic disease management
  • Disease prevention and education
  • Prescriptions
  • Mental health services
  • Help with accessing healthcare
  • Laboratory services
  • Case management
  • Social services  

"Transforming lives and changing the world"

GLOBAL OUTREACH

  • Eden Reforestation Projects

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    We believe salvation means creation healed –all of creation. Eden Projects is perhaps our most effective tool for evangelism, fighting human trafficking, caring for creation, and bring hope to those who live in darkness. Birthed out of the leadership of the FMCSC, Eden is now the leading reforestation group in the world. $0.10 plants a tree. $1 plants 10 trees. $10 plants 100 trees and provides 1 day of work.

  • International Child Care Ministries

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    International Child Care Ministries is a child sponsorship initiative serving over 21,000 children in 30 countries. We work with Free Methodist workers in local settings for high levels of care and accountability. Through education, meals, clothing and basic medical care, children in need have an opportunity for a better life. For just 82 cents a day you can sponsor a child and change a life forever.

  • Heavenly Treasures

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    Our mission is to equip and assist people in developing countries to break the cycle of poverty through their handiwork and creativity. We focus on handicraft projects that allow the development of a micro enterprise, leading them down the path to self-sufficiency. These projects are very small enterprises, ranging from one refugee family to a group of village women, all in need of a consistent income.

  • Empowering Lives International

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    Years of poverty have been slowly drying out the soil of hope in Africa. Millions live on less than a dollar a day and abject poverty chokes out dreams and often life itself. Hunger, disease, alcoholism, spiritual emptiness, and lack of knowledge move through the hearts and homes of countless villages and generations where struggling parents repeat the cycle of raising malnourished, uneducated children who hope for a better life. ELI is bringing light to those who live in darkness.

  • Set Free Movement

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    The Free Methodist Church began in part as an abolitionist movement. We fought against slavery in America in the mid 1800's and now we fight against slavery globally, in all its various forms, in the 21st century. 

  • Free Methodist Church in Southern California

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    The FMCSC is our ministry family. We are free people who free people. We support the local churches, church plants, emerging ministry points, and ministries in our conference through our giving and participation. In return, we receive guidance, fellowship, and resourcing. As we say, "It's Good to Belong!"