There are many ways to serve here at CPC. Here you will find some of the more highly scheduled (weekly, monthly) ways to get involved in the community.

 

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Lamb Center

The streets of our community are strewn with souls who live in isolation, and who need most to know the love of Jesus Christ.  The Lamb Center is a partnership of local congregations loving and serving the poor and homeless.

 

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As an expression of God’s love and an opportunity to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Western Fairfax Christian Ministries provides life essential support to those seeking assistance.

Please check the WFCM website for their most urgent volunteer and food pantry needs. Thanks in advance for helping these families who live just down the road from our CPC doors!

More ways to serve can be found on our Poverty and Hunger, Families and Children, Church Planting, and Disaster Relief pages.

 

Blog Posts About Serving Others With CPC

School Supplies Needed

As you shop during the month of July, would you be able to add a few school supplies to your list? Crayons, glue sticks, scissors, graph paper, and composition books are all needed! The school supplies are for low-income families and children in homeless shelters. In August, we will continue our school...

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Used Car Donations

Transportation is so important in Northern Virginia If you are buying a new car, would you please consider donating your old vehicle to CPC? We pass vehicles along to a needy person at New Hope Fellowship and the Lamb Center. They are in desperate need of transportation so they can get and hold a...

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Greetings from Nepal!

Many thanks for your gracious donations for the earthquake victims in Nepal. I have been in touch with our mission partner Pastor Chhetri since his visit with us two months ago. He and his family and their church are so grateful for your generosity! I want to share Pastor Chhetri’s latest...

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Prayer as Mission: Becca & Lindsey

Over the past two weeks, we had the privilege to pray over two CPC college students who are spending the summer of 2015 with two of our mission partners. Earlier in the year, Becca Pryor (UVA) and Lindsey Perkins (Liberty University) completed their lengthy application processes and were delighted to...

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Plarn for the Summer

This summer we hope to make new progress with our plastic bag mats for the homeless. Last fall and winter, many of our church family helped as we collected thousands of plastic grocery story bags. We are grateful for everyone who then took the bags and created rolls of plarn. A...

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Crisis in Nepal

Our long-time mission partners in Nepal, Philemon and Elishiba Chhetri, are facing huge challenges. Extensive destruction exists throughout the country from the April 25 earthquake. The news updates bring a more bleak picture with each passing day. Fatalities, injuries and property loss are staggering. I have been talking with Pastor Philemon throughout...

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Coming Soon: Philemon Chhetri

We are delighted to welcome long-time CPC mission partner, Pastor Philemon Chhetri, on Sunday, May 3. We  are the final stop on his brief  US and Canada furlough. He will speak at both worship services about the ministry in Nepal. Please plan to stay for lunch, also! Meet the Chhetri Family Born...

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Breakfast for Lamb Center

Can you donate 10 oranges, 15 yogurts, or a couple dozen boiled eggs to CPC ?  Or, maybe a hot casserole on a Saturday morning? We will serve breakfast at the Lamb Center day shelter on the 1st Saturday of each month morning.  The Lamb Center is a partnership of local congregations loving...

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Needs for Burma/Thai Border Mission

In January, CPC is sending a small team to Thailand to serve with our mission partner, Farthest Corners. Missionaries Austin and Sinte House visited us last year when they were home on furlough. They shared their passion of spreading the gospel with rural villages along the Burma/Thai border. Among their needs...

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