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Community presbyterian local & regional mission efforts

Habitat Repair Ministry

The Habitat Repair Ministry is a diverse group of volunteers who gather periodically to work on light construction projects that enhance the living conditions of those in need who cannot afford to take the steps necessary to make their homes safe and efficient. Projects that have been done in the past are Handicap ramps, small appliance installation, painting, siding replacement, and floor repair. If you enjoy working with others and lending a hand to home repair projects, we’d love your assistance.

Time Commitment: Variable

Contact: Meg Vail at 295-6848 or

Ramp Building Ministry

The Ramp Building Ministry helps those in our community who can no longer use stairs by building a ramp at their home. This ministry meets on a need-by-need basis and welcomes anyone who loves being hands on. We’d love to have you on this team!

Time Commitment: Variable

Contact: Meg Vail at 295-6848 or

Coalition for Human Care

The Coalition is an organization in Moore County where volunteers work together to help individuals in crisis assistance. Several of our members volunteer weekly with this worthwhile organization. Consistently their greatest need is for volunteers to help with “Screening” which works with clients to determine financial support.

Time Commitment: Variable

Contact: Meg Vail at 295-6848 or

CALL (Community Assistance Language Learners)

CALL helps to ensure that children with limited proficiency in English in our community succeed in school through weekly tutoring throughout the school year. In addition to working with children, the CALL program offers assistance to mothers wishing to learn English as a second language. If you love teaching and learning, please consider sharing your skills as a tutor.

Time Commitment: This group meets every Tuesday after school, September through May, in the Everette House from 3-5pm.

Contact: Betty Pope at 295-6848 or    Website:

Angel Tree

 CPC partners with the Northern Moore Family Resource Center in Robbins and the CALL program to provide presents and clothing for the children of families who are struggling and cannot afford the expense of Christmas.  Beginning in early November, CPC members choose an Angel from the “Angel Tree” and purchase requested items for that child (shirt, pants, coat, shoes and book). Unwrapped items are returned to the church by requested deadline in early December.
Volunteers are always needed to help with “Angel Tree” gift deliveries and at the NMFRC to assist parents in choosing and wrapping items for their children.  CALL tutors wrap and distribute gifts for students in that program.  

Time Commitment: Shopping on your own time; 3 hour time blocks the week of the event at Northern Moore Family Resource Center in early December

Contact: Meg Vail at 295-6848 or ​

One Great Day of Service

OGDOS, as it is affectionately known, is an annual, intergenerational spring event where we come to church on Sunday morning dressed in our work clothes and after worship go out to serve the community. Our congregation volunteers during this all day event at approximately 20 different project sites in the community and here at the church. Sign up sheets are in the Welcome Center beginning in March each year.

Time Commitment: A Sunday afternoon after Worship in April of each year followed by an ice cream sundae gathering

Contact: Meg Vail at 295-6848 or


Brookside Apartment Community

A true mission in our own community, Brookside is located within 10 minutes of the church off Morganton Road in the West Southern Pines district. Join us as we minister to the children of this area in particular through games, bible study, arts & crafts and quality time spend building connection and sharing the Word of God. 

Time Commitment: Seasonal and occasional visits as well as a week in the Summer for VBS

Contact: Meg Vail at 295-6848 or​

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