Missions supported by Arkport Presbyterian Church

Faith In Action Steuben County

Faith in Action is an interfaith care-
giving program which provides help in the
Steuben County Area. Trained volunteers provide
supportive services to the frail elderly at no charge.

MOPS of Arkport

MOPS-Mothers of Preschoolers who meet at Arkport Presbyterian Church.
Learn more about MOPS of Arkport

Volunteers and moppets pictured below.
MOPS "grandmas" and babies

MOPS International

MOPS is about meeting unique needs during the
early years of being a mom, needs that other
moms instinctively understand. MOPS
encourages and helps to equip women to
become all that God has designed them to be.

CCO: transforming college students to transform the world

CCO

The CCO (Coalition for Christian Outreach) is a ministry to college students based in Pittsburgh, PA and working on 90 campuses located in seven states throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

Arkport Presbyterian supports Brian Sheeler in his CCO ministry.
http://www.ccojubilee.org/

Turning Point
20 Elms, Street Suite 2, Hornell, NY
Phone:(607) 324-3457

In 2014 Turning Point served the following:
246 households served with financial counseling
53 individuals/families served who were homeless
149 total housing requests – 27 assisted financially for a total of $5,849
32 prescription assistance requests – 71 scripts filled for total of $1,213
176 total utility requests – 86 were assisted financially for $14,089, many more households assisted to prevent shut-off by accessing payment agreement plans
729 bus tokens were distributed
615 average number of people served monthly in Turning Point – Hornell pantry
326 served through Thanksgiving Open House
300 students served with Back-to-School supplies for Hornell, Arkport, Wayland, Cohocton, Canisteo-Greenwood
100+ weatherization kits distributed for winter
Many hats/mittens/socks distributed to children

 

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance: One Great Hour of Sharing or Special Offerings

Flooding in North Dakota

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance enables congregations and mission partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) to witness to the healing love of Christ through caring for communities adversely affected by crisis and catastrophic events.

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is the emergency and refugee program of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. The core budget, including staff and administrative costs, is funded through the One Great Hour of Sharing, and its program work is additionally funded through designated gifts.

Presbytery of Geneva

The Presbytery of Geneva serves 60 churches and one emerging immigrant fellowship, as well as Camp Whitman on Seneca Lake.

 

 

 

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