We are called by Christ’s words and actions, by scripture, by our church family, by the needs of the world for justice and peace, and by the inspirational messages and music in our worship, to reach out.
Jamieson Community Center is a local food pantry and social service agency founded by members of our congregation.
An after-school intergenerational youth program and meal in our church which has been going on for over 25 years.
Located in our church facilities and supported by our congregation for the past 25 years.
Located within a block of the college, we have had a longstanding relationship with this Presbyterian-founded institution which recently opened a Presbyterian House.
Mission trips and financial giving when disaster assistance is requested, both through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance or when community needs arise. We have assembled baby, hygiene, and clean-up kits. Located 16 miles from the Mississippi River, members of our church have helped with sandbagging during river floods.
We help by providing weekend meals for poverty-level children in our local schools.
An on-going community tradition for over 30 years, it was sponsored by our congregation for the first time in 2013, and we plan to continue it in the future.
A mission program started by our congregation over 20 years ago and ongoing at this time. It includes a medical clinic, computer classes, and building sanitary facilities.
A therapeutic horseback-riding facility operated by one of our congregants at which we participate in mission activities, both with children through Wednesday Night Live and with adults through Mission in Monmouth.
Through a Mission Initiative Grant from the Presbytery of Great Rivers, we were able to purchase 2 washers & dryers and set up a small laundry which is available free of charge to members of the community referred to us by various social service agencies. Volunteers from the congregation meet with washday clients and visit while they wash, dry, and fold laundry.
Members of the Faith United Presbyterian Church Youth Ministry assist in remodeling a room at Starting Point.
Glenn Brooks will be heading up the Monmouth Vista Music Program which will offer students in grades 4-6 the chance to learn to play a musical instrument.The program has a two-week camp scheduled to start July 25 at Jamieson Center. The camp will operate during the week from 10 a.m. until noon.