Reaching out to serve our neighborhood, our city, our nation, and our world.
Welcome to the FCPC Mission page!
On this page, you'll find information about...
Hunger Ministries: Information about our 3 local food banks - what to donate and when you can volunteer
Information about our Global Mission Partnerships in Haiti, Guatemala, Iraq, and Beirut.
Details on upcoming Mission Trips and Events
You can also go to the Service Opportunities page to find links to sign-ups for Weekly Donut Delivery,Monthly Circles Meals, and other mission events!
Thank you for sharing your gifts!
Saturday Workday: July 11
Wednesday Workdays: June 24, July 1, July 8
Meet at Duplex at 845 North Saint Clair Street 15206. We might also move to other properties later in the day. If you plan to arrive after 10 am, call Tim @ 412 999 4267
Check out this video from the project at 5641 Rural!
For more info contact:
Tim Raufer, Construction Coordinator, 412 999 4267
Labor Day Weekend – starting at 9am on Saturday, September 5th
Join us for a ride on the GAP trail – all funds will complete the Corn Grinder small business in Bassin Caiman!
You can choose from a one, two, or three day ride.
For more information, including cost, fundraising, and logistics, click here!
To find out more about what this great organization does, click here to read their newsletter.
GIVE TO OUR FRIENDS IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Your gift can strengthen our partner’s hands for God’s work in these extraordinary times…
A word from the General Secretary of the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon, Rev. Joseph Kassab:
"While the country is in a mess on many levels, this generous gift comes to comfort our souls again that we are not alone."
To make a gift to the COVID-19 Emergency Appeal, you can click below or you can mail a check to
The Outreach Foundation
381 Riverside Drive, Suite 110, Franklin, TN 37064
-- designated for the COVID-19 Emergency Appeal --
We Support 3 local food banks year-round!
COTRAIC - DORSEYVILLE
COTRAIC, 120 Charles Street (Across from DMS)
diapers, canned fruit, soup, oatmeal, crackers,
boxed meals, juice, pasta, tomato products
this is a small pantry open daily. we are in need of people to take food to elderly/shut-ins
coordinate with the food pantry to see what
days/times work for you
Contact: gil cutruzzula
Bread of Life - ETNA
Calvert Memorial PC, 94 Locust Street
spaghetti sauce, jelly, diapers (child & adult)
Full list at www.boletna.org
1st, 2nd, 3rd tuesdays 9:00am-11:00am
1st Wednesdays 10:00am-12:00pm
2nd Wednesdays 1:00pm-3:00pm
3rd Wednesdays 6:00pm-8:00pm
Please call ahead to let us know you are coming!
Contact: Alexis Weber, Pantry Manager
svdp - sharpsburg
st. mary's, 201 9th street
soup, jelly, canned fruit, ramen noodles, oatmeal, canned chicken/tuna
volunteer clearances/training required
Contact: Barbara George, director
SUPPORT THE PARKERS!
PC(USA) Mission Co-Workers in Lebanon
Revs. Elmarie & Scott Parker
ELMARIE serves as a regional liaison, working to strengthen and deepen the relational ties between the church in Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon, and Presbyterians in the United States.
SCOTT leads a program called “Strong Kids/Strong Emotions," a play-based trauma resiliency program for Syrian and Iraqi refugee children, helping them develop the skills to heal from past trauma and thrive in the midst of current challenges.
PICK UP A PRAYER CARD AT THE MISSION TABLE!
KIRKUK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - IRAQ
FCPC has supported our brothers and sisters in the Middle East for many years. We are constantly inspired and amazed at their perseverance, passion, and faith. Please pray for our brothers and sisters there as they not only support refugees and run an interfaith preschool, they also hold worship, classes, and other outreach programs.
From The Outreach Foundation website:
"Since the summer of 2014, the Presbyterian Church in Iraq has been responding to the displacement by ISIS of Christians and others from Mosul and the Nineveh Plain. In Kirkuk, 100 miles from Mosul, thousands made their way to safe haven, as well as to Baghdad and Basrah. In all three cities, emergency relief continues to be extended by Presbyterian congregations even while they continue in the their 'regular' ministries."
Pray for Rev. Haitham Jazrawi, the leadership of Kirkuk Presbyterian Church, the Preschool Teachers there, and the community of Kirkuk, as well as the country of Iraq.