Mission Update

Food Drive. During May we will collect donations to stock the empty shelves of the local food pantry. The need is critical! The Connection Center and the CPC website have lists of most needed food items. Give the Gift of Reading. We are collecting gently-used children’s books for summer reading...

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Update on Fresh Start

UPDATE ON FRESH START   MAY 13, 2018 Dear Congregation, We just finished a 5-week Fresh Start Vision campaign to meet a 1.1 Million dollar goal. A sizable goal for a congregation our size. And we needed enough raised to gift the PCUSA denomination $833,000 by the end of this year so we would...

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Tell Me Something Good

 TMSG—Great Is Thy Faithfulness Raise $833,000. David and Goliath……The Little Engine that Could…and now, CPC—Centreville Presbyterian Church.  Yeah—that church right around the corner. $833,000—the fee (I had other words for it) to break away from a denomination that was taking a path most of our congregation did not wish to...

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Reach Out

Every Orphan’s Hope. On May 6th, we will welcome visitors from our Zambian partner! Program Director Moses Chulu, Mama Florence, and two students Lisa and Idah will be at CPC to join us for worship and for lunch. EOH restores hope and a sense of belonging to the fatherless. Learn...

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How to help with the FOOD DRIVE

Help us stock the shelves of our local food pantry with the CPC Spring food drive. This time of the year finds the shelves at Western Fairfax Christian Ministries emptying faster than donations are keeping up. The summer months are especially difficult for families living on the poverty line. Their...

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Give the Gift of Reading

NEW NEED: Books for Summer Reading Program! To encourage learning over the summer, we will once again join with our partner in education, London Towne Elementary School, to provide books for the children. Research studies consistently show that children who read during the summer, return to school much better prepared...

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