Category Archive: Volunteer

Mar 25

Bakersfield Pregnancy Center offers spring training

Do you have a heart for those in our community who are struggling with the difficult decisions surrounding an unplanned pregnancy? If you could commit just a few hours each week to minister to families facing these challenges, please consider becoming a Bakersfield Pregnancy Center volunteer.¬†Training will be held at the center April 7-28, on …

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Mar 24

Bakersfield Pregnancy Center to train volunteers

Witness to Life supporters have an opportunity to provide compassionate help to women and men who are facing unplanned pregnancies. The Bakersfield Pregnancy Center will train those who can commit to a¬†few hours a week to volunteer to care for families in crisis, beginning April 21. Registration deadline is April 17; cost is $40. The …

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Oct 29

November is National Adoption Awareness Month

Each year, since 1990, November is recognized as National Adoption Awareness Month. While all adoption- related issues are important, the particular focus of this month is the adoption of children currently in foster care. But did you know that before becoming a foster care child, there is a period of time, usually just a few …

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Oct 17

Volunteer Ministry Training at Pregnancy Center

The Bakersfield Pregnancy Center has a need for women and men to train as pregnancy counselors, receptionists, and medical staff (R.N., L.V.N., or C.N.A.) to work one 3-hour shift per week. Positions are also open for post-abortion counselors, pregnancy loss counselors and non-client-contact project assistants to work on an “as needed” basis. Attending the training …

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Aug 17

Kern County Catholics

Witness to Life is composed of Catholics throughout the Kern County, CA area, actively engaged in speaking up, speaking out, and Witnessing to Life. We follow the call to New Evangelization whereby we put the Gospel of Christ into Catholic action. A community actively working together to thwart the culture of death is a community …

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