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.



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

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A Call to Leadership of CPC

The current online Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines leadership as “the capacity to lead or the ability or the power or ability to lead people.”  As we talk about leadership in the context of the church, this notion is also closely identified with servanthood (Mark 10: 42-45). I see those who are...

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Farthest Corner’s BBQ Fundraiser

Want to enjoy a tasty dinner with family and friends? 🙂 Our ministry partner, Farthest Corners, will host their annual BBQ Fundraiser this Saturday, August 16. All proceeds go toward the mission projects in Burma and Thailand. We loved our visit with Farthest Corners missionaries, Austin and Sinte House, this...

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Things are happenin’ in Zambia!

We have so much to share with you! Our Zambia Mission Team invites you to an informal dessert on Sunday, August 17 (7-8:00 p.m.) at CPC. Learn how our ministry partner, Every Orphan’s Hope, is networking with local churches, caring for orphans, and expanding sustainable economic practices. The team of ten...

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Closet Cleaning?

Welcome to August! As the summer moves along, it’s a great time to pause and review your closets. Really! DO you have clothing, jackets, or shoes that you no longer wear? Our local ministry partners would love to add them to their thrift stores. Northern Virginia Family Services runs two conveniently...

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Food Drive Appreciation

Many THANKS for your generous donations during the Food Drive! We delivered 1,220 pounds of food to the local food banks. Western Fairfax Christian Ministries and SERVE both express their appreciation. With the recent economy, they have seen an increase in the families in need. Our food drive helped to...

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Summer Reading with Children

The summer is upon us! We so delight in the more relaxed demands on our schedules. If you are available, we would love your help as we work with our partner in education to encourage summer reading. Many thanks to everyone who contributed books during our Spring book drive. Now…...

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Diaper Drive has begun!

This summer, our middle school students will spend their mission week serving our local community. One of their ministry days will be with the the DC Diaper Bank. Modeled after diaper banks in other cities, the DC Diaper Bank provides diapers to social service organizations for distribution as needed. The...

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Ushering on Sunday Morning Being a Summer Usher is a great way to get to know and serve attendees of CPC. Simply arrive and check in at the usher counter in back of Multi purpose room by 9:40am one Sunday . You will receive your duties that may include: passing...

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Showers of Gratitude

Over the past several weeks, several people have extended their appreciation to our church family. We pass all the praise to the Lord for His inspiration and encouragement! As your Missions Director, it’s my pleasure to serve with each of you. Thank you for living out your faith through your...

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Caring Hands for Family in Crisis

CPC’s Amanda Horn is coming alongside a family in crisis this week. Please read through her message about ways to help… Jeremiah and Emily Nichols are on staff with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ), and serve at George Mason University. Last Monday an apartment fire swept through their building...

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