Outreach Ministries

Active Christians Today (A.C.T. Office)

The A.C.T. Office at St.Angela Church was established in 1972 to help those in need. We are a food pantry, and can some times help with utility bill.W e are open M.,W., and F. from 9:00 to 1:00. We provide bread, bakery and grocery items as well as government commodities to needy families, and the homeless and hungry. We also give clothing, shoes, furniture and household items, which are generally donated...

Bread of Angels

A hot meal shall be prepared and served every Saturday to those who are homeless or are in need.  Every guest shall be treated with Dignity, Respect, and compassion. We are a volunteer ministry, shopping, preparing, cooking, serving, and cleaning.  We feed the body, with a small continental breakfast and a hearty Hot meal, nourishes the mind with spiritual growth, and fill the soul with caring, kindness, and...

Bereavement Support Group

Our Bereavement Support Group is here for those suffering the loss of any loved one. After the loss of a loved one, the journey toward healing can be overwhelmingly lonely at a times. We encourage those who have recently experienced a death of a loved one or those who continue in the process of bereavement to attend this gathering of care and support. We offer the guidance of a...

Ministry to the Sick and Homebound

Those extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist who have chosen to answer the call to take Communion to our brothers and sisters who are unable to come to Mass are literally Church to those at home or in hospital. Our parish serves three convalescent facilities: Evergreen, Terrace View and St. Elizabeth, all in Fullerton, Kindred Hospital in Brea and two senior residences: Brea Woods and the Gardens at Brea....

Restorative Justice / Detention Ministry

"For I was in prison and you visited ME..."   Matthew 25:36 Our mission is to communicate the Good News of God's unconditional love to those incarcerated. We affirm each person, not necessarily their behavior, and invite them to grow as sons and daughters of God. We recognize that we ourselves will be called to deeper conversion through our interaction with those in detention. We see...