Centreville Presbyterian Church (CPC) is committed to bringing the love of Christ to the hurting and homeless in Northern Virginia. To this end, we have partnered with the Lamb Center—a day shelter dedicated to ending homelessness and providing hope through the provision of free counseling services, hot meals, access to showers, laundry services, clothing, medical and dental care, and financial assistance.
CPC currently supports the Lamb Center by providing meals monthly. Lunches are provided the third Tuesday of every month. For us to continue to meet this need consistently and effectively however, we need additional volunteers.
You can help support this important mission in the following ways:
- Donating food monthly. Sign-up to donate fruit, casseroles, milk, juice, yogurt, or pot roasts.
- Delivering lunch monthly. This task is to pick up hot pot roasts (approximately 10:30 am ) from CPC and deliver each second Tuesday of the month to Lamb Center.
Since we want to make it easy for you to serve and support, CPC has provided egg casserole and pot roast recipe cards, cooking bags for the pot roasts, and aluminum pans for both the casseroles and the roasts. These items are available on the metal shelves located in CPC’s office hallway, as well as in the Missions window in the main lobby.
Thank you, in advance, for giving generously of your time and resources to serve our brothers and sisters of the Lamb Center.