From the Conference Director

Job Posting – La Mesa Food Pantry Lead
La Mesa Presbyterian Church

The La Mesa Food Pantry opened in 2008 as a response to the hunger needs of the La Mesa community. That need grew during the pandemic - over the first 6 months of 2021, we have helped about 2,200 families giving out 15 tons of food. As the Lead for the La Mesa Food Pantry, you will make sure the food gets to those families, with the support of community partners and volunteers. Hunger can and should be eradicated; help make that a reality in the La Mesa community.

Path to Citizenship

Find information below regarding a budget resolution passed by congress that includes a pathway to citizenship for millions of immigrants across the country.  

This recent development means that we are another step closer to delivering a path to citizenship. The We Are Home Campaign and its partners are building on the momentum to get this done via reconciliation in the weeks to come.

CONTENT IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH is available in the toolkit.

Church Women United

Church Women United, an ecumenical women’s gathering, will be meeting on Zoom for their Human Rights Day celebration on September 10th, beginning at 9:30 a.m. The program is centered on the United Nations Human Rights Declaration signed on December 10, 1948, guaranteeing basic human rights for all people. The speaker will be Rev. Shelley Repp, the Executive Director of the NM Dream Center. As a children’s minister, Rev. Repp saw the need to protect adults and children from human trafficking and homelessness and founded the center which is the only one of its kind in NM The program on Zoom will include visuals and breakout groups for additional discussion.

For more info about helping resettle Afghan people in our area, please look at the Lutheran Family Services website.

On Oct. 5th the NMCC Board authorized a new job description for the next NMCC Executive, established a Search Committee and timeline, as well as crafted the Budget for 2017! The future is approaching.

video from
the Interfaith Hunger Coalition
A NMCC partner