Our Neighborhoods – RH Mission Viejo

Our Neighborhoods

NEIGHBORHOOD RESOURCE

OCTOBER

We’ve got a wonderful way for you to get to know your neighbors on Halloween, and all you need is a table and some creativity! On Halloween, set up a table with a sign inviting your neighbors to a “rest stop”. Ideas: Put out some hot cocoa (don’t forget the marshmallows!) or a crockpot of chili, give out cookies or waters, or just dress up like Chad and make people laugh. Contact Sharon Genton by October 15 if you’d like a rest stop supply kit (black tablecloth, blank poster board, hot cocoa packets, and a bag of mini marshmallows).

SEPTEMBER

Neighborhood Watch involves residents working together with one another and local law enforcement to decrease and prevent residential crime. Do you know your neighbors? Do you know who belongs in your neighborhood and who doesn’t? Do you know when to call for assistance from law enforcement? If you answered no to any of these questions, now is the time to start a Neighborhood Watch Program. Neighborhood Watch is a free, 2-meeting program intended to bring you and your neighbors together to decrease or eliminate crime in your neighborhoods.

Crime Prevention websites & contacts:

Mission Viejo
949-470-8433
Email

Laguna Niguel
CPS Kimberly Sawyer
949-362-4305
CPS Christina Goddard
949-362-4365

RSM
Deputy Andres Briceno
949-635-1830
Email

Lake Forest
CPS Shannon Daniels
949-461-3546
Email

Laguna Hills
Sgt. Prince
949-707-2642
Email

AUGUST

Book: Staying is the New Going by Alan Briggs
“For too long we’ve outsourced God’s work in the world to missionaries “out there” at the ends of the earth. In reality, God wants us to love our neighbor right next door. He wants us to pray for the welfare of our zip code, to witness to the world outside our window. He wants us to be the church, the people of God, in conversation and meaningful engagement with the people God loves outside the walls of the church.”

Email Kendall is you have any Questions about any of the Neighborhood Resources.