We believe that mission is not just donating money to a worthy cause, but also rolling up your sleeves and getting involved. God made each of us to have a unique role in the body of Christ. Each one of us has a particular gift and place God has chosen for us to serve and make His Kingdom visible in the world. If you’d like to do more to help the homeless, the hungry, the lonely, and the despondent contact us.
Maysville is the site of a supplemental food pantry for those who find themselves in need of assistance. Both churches support this ministry through donations of food and funds. We continue to partner with the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank by volunteering at the Dillwyn Mobile Food Truck which began over 10 years ago in the Maysville parking lot and has grown to over 270 clients. The pantry is open most Wednesdays from 5-6 p.m. Call 434-414-8805 for information.
Sharon Chandler provides medical care with faith based organizations to residents of remote mountain villages that lack health care and have limited means of transportation. In Honduras she serves with Friends of Barnabas and in Nicaragua she travels with OneWorld Health.
David Spears and Don Williams traveled to a remote village on Gonave Island, Haiti, where they worked with local residents on the construction of their church. This group was sponsored by the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) and the Wesley Foundation in Farmville, VA.
In addition to providing construction and medical assistance for communities rebuilding after disasters, Personal Hygiene Kits are distributed in many additional disaster areas.
Our churches participate in many on-going projects such as Angel Tree, Roadway Litter Pick up, sharing fruit and vegetable harvests, visiting shut-ins, Love Thy Neighbor roadway signs, and many PCUSA denominational ministries.
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