HB/FV Merge

 
In 2015, Beachpoint launched Beachpoint HB in order to reach the city of Huntington Beach. Previous efforts to engage in mission there had been unfruitful, and God clearly led Beachpoint to establish a presence. In faith, the people of Beachpoint gave and many agreed to go be part of this movement. The vision to be one church meeting on two campuses. Over the course of three and a half years, Beachpoint was able to extend our reach into the city of Huntington Beach in ways we had not even dreamed of before, including:
 
School Partnerships

  • We have done campus beautification projects (plants, trees, painting, USA map) at multiple schools.
  • Staff appreciation and school supply donations at multiple schools.
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    Oak View Neighborhood – the poorest square mile in Orange County.

  • Festivals – hosted festivals in the neighborhood with games and backpacks with school supplies.
  • Common Ground – partnered with Common Ground, a non-profit helping teenagers find and follow Jesus and built planters for the kids to grow food with their families.
  • Church Plant – Working with a collaboration of churches in HB to identify pastors and plant a church in Oak View.
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    Restore HB
    Brought together 15-20 churches who partner together to serve the city. We have seen over 3000 people serve the city over these last 3 and a half years.
     
    Ballapalooza
    Started a summer sports camp that has brought in new kids and families and blessed the community.
     
    In the fall of 2018, God made it clear that with all these things established, it was time for the methodology of the mission to change. Ken Primeau, Lead Pastor of Huntington Beach, along with Senior Pastor Bill Staffieri and the Board, agreed that the Holy Spirit was now leading us to merge back together to more effectively resource our ability to be in mission and reach these places. As of October 21, 2018, Beachpoint will be one church meeting on one campus, and commit to continue taking the good news of Jesus to the people of Fountain Valley and Huntington Beach.