At The Sanctuary we believe that all Christians are on mission for Jesus. Some of us travel around the world, some work hard in our own countries to resource those traveling, some go on short term trips to foreign countries, some serve locally at a food pantry or homeless shelter, but no matter how it looks, we're all called to give, pray, and to go serve somewhere.

Margery Link - Henry Mayo Hospital Chaplain

The Santa Clarita Valley has nicknamed itself "Awesometown" - but that title doesn't always reflect the difficulties that our Valley is facing. In fact, Henry Mayo Hospital Chaplain, Margery Link, has said that in her 28 years caring for patients and their families, this has by far been the most difficult year. More than ever, they are seeing young people being admitted because of things like suicide and cancer. Due to rising healthcare costs, people are not getting the help they need soon enough, so more are coming to the hospital in critical condition. Chaplains are even called to help those who failed in their suicide attempts. Margery and her team are ministering to people who are in completely hopeless and desperate situations. For the month of May, we are giving to financially support Margery so that she can continue to share the love and hope found in Jesus to hurting patients and their families.