VPC and the Cities of Scottsdale and PV will host ScottsdalePV4Africa a festival with music, food, fun runs, bike rides, and other activities. All proceeds will support Ministry of Hope and Villages in Partnership in Malawi.
Transforming lives of homeless families
Family Promise Works to help homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence. Throughout the year we host families on VPC's campus and offer volunteers the opportunity to prepare and share in meals and fellowship.
MentorKids USA is a Christian ministry that recruits, trains and supports mentors who empower young people facing tough life challenges to reach their God-given potential and become transformative members of their families and communities in the name of Jesus Christ.
We meet at the church every Monday at 3PM, drive the church van down, and are back by 5PM. The program is located at First Pentecostal Church Community Center, 2709 E Marguerite Ave, in Phoenix. See you there! If you can help, contact Chris Woodard.
ICM Food Bank
The Spring is a Christian church community in Tempe near ASU that strives to help people of the area develop stronger ties to Christ, their community and the world. Many members are under 40. The Spring meets on Sundays at 5PM for worship in a style similar to Valley’s Sunday morning contemporary service. After the service, members share a free community meal. Volunteers from VPC cook and serve dinner at The Spring several times throughout the year, provided mostly by members and friends of the VPC Mission Committee.
Contact Ed or Beth Glady for information or if you’d like to serve.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is designed to help those in time of disasters. You can give contributions to the PDA fund to provide disaster relief refugee assistance, education for illiteracy and hunger projects. For more information or to contribute, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-991-6424.
Ministry to the Navajo Reservation
The Native American Ministry provides the opportunity to experience a short-term mission trip working with our brothers and sisters in Christ on the Navajo Reservation. Together we build relationships and understanding. Work groups help renovate facilities, lead vacation bible school-type programs and participate in community life. Contact Beth Allen for more information.
Ministry of Hope: Mission to Malawi
In 1999 Malawians established the Ministry of Hope (MOH) as a local, community-based response to meet physical and spiritual needs of orphaned and vulnerable children. Using crisis nurseries, community centers, scholarships, and mobile medical clinic programs, Malawi fights for its existence. VPC has helped provide support to thousands of orphaned children and widows in the 11 years since the MOH opened.