At Morgan Hill Bible church, we are committed to making a local impact for God's Kingdom. 10% of every dollar that is given goes to our global and local mission efforts. We support multiple local outreach opportunities through the Gilroy Compassion Center, Discovery Counseling Center and more.


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At Morgan Hill Bible Church, we believe that Jesus commands us to serve "the least of these" (Matthew 25:40) in any way we can. We are partnering with the City of Morgan Hill, Morgan Hill Police Department, County of Santa Clara, Morgan Hill Unified School District and other local faith communities to provide sanctuary and resources for unsheltered homeless families and individuals.

Informed Choices

Informed Choices is a gospel-centered organization empowering individuals to make informed pregnancy and sexual health choices. Informed Choices exists to provide a network of care and education to individuals facing pregnancy, sexual health and abortion related concerns and to uphold the sanctity of human life from the moment of conception to natural death.

Gilroy Compassion Center

The Gilroy Compassion Center exists to provide access to the services homeless people need to survive, become stable and achieve self-sufficient lives. Our church participates in The Manna Bag project and the Saturday Supper program.

Manna Bags are small plastic bags filled with non-perishables meant to sustain clients until they find access to a proper meal. These are assembled each Friday morning from 8:00-9:00am. We invite you to come build manna bags with the team or support this effort by providing items or money to sustain it.

Please contact for specific list of items needed.

The Saturday Supper program fills the gap between Friday lunch and Sunday dinner as a free meal to local homeless and needy people. Morgan Hill Bible Church is one of several other organizations (including New Hope Community Church and South Valley Community Church) that "owns" a Saturday of every month. MHBC coordinates and serves supper on every second Saturday of the month from 2:00-4:00pm. We invite you to get involved by serving on our Saturday and/or providing food or money to support the effort.

The Bridge Project

This after school homework and reading program has provided a unique opportunity for MHBC to cultivate relationships within our community to the economically disadvantaged community. Run by Discovery Counseling Center, the program runs four days per week. This program provides an opportunity to work with children who need assistance in building good reading and study skills. The program is conducted at Jasmine Square and Village Avante communities.

There is a great need for volunteers at both locations. No special skills are required; just a willing heart to serve and love kids. All ages are welcome and encouraged. If you are interested in serving, please contact Michelle Montoya or Lee Stamps.


Contact Pastor Jeff Holmes.