Be a blessing
Pay It Forward
Be a blessing

Did you know that we're blessed so we can be a blessing? In other words, we exist to overflow God's blessings to the community.

That’s why we give the first 10% of our income to the church as the Bible teaches, which is called tithing, as an action of putting God first in our lives. We believe 10 percent is the new 10 times at Overflowing Church. That’s why we’re inviting you to be a blessing by embrace irrational generosity.
Pay It Forward

You can give without loving, but you can never love without giving.

God so loved you that he gave his one and only son.. That’s why we’re so excited about creating more opportunities for us to love others by giving. When you Pay It Forward, people will receive free coffee and tea at Overflowing.Coffee.

You can make checks made out to Overflowing Church and mail them to 31 Via Lavendera, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688.

Please fill out the form if you have any questions.

Our Goals in 2019

As we’re preparing to launch the coffee shop church this year, we are praying that the Lord would send us churches and individuals to support our journey of reaching out to more people for Christ. Some goals are…
Supporting Churches
Supporting Individuals
Prayer Warriors
People for Christ


We want to share with you what God is doing in and through Overflowing.Church. as much as possible. Check out the latest news!
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“Blessed are those who have regard for the weak;
the Lord delivers them in times of trouble.” Psalm 41:1