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.

Moms Together (formerly MOPS of Arkport)

Moms meet at Arkport Presbyterian Church.  Childcare is provided.

All moms are welcome!

http://www.arkpres.org/ministries/moms-together-formerly-mops/

MOPS "grandmas" and babies

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

From Turning Point food pantries in Bath, Canisteo, and Hornell, more than 1,900 Steuben County neighbors in need enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner this year (2017) thanks to the generosity of many area agencies and businesses.

http://www.catholiccharitiessteuben.org/services/turning-point/

 

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.

Christian Motorcycle Association, Run for the Son

2018 Run For The Son

Saturday, May 5

CMA started as one man’s effort to reconcile his relationship with his son. But God had a much bigger plan. Today CMA is over 1,000 chapters in 38 countries guiding many thousands of people to a reconciled relationship with our Heavenly Father. In fact our most recent statistics indicate that a CMA member somewhere in the United States touches someone for Christ once every 54 seconds, and leads someone to Christ once every 41 minutes, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

CMA’s Run for the Son started as an effort to provide one motorcycle to a pastor in Guatemala. From that simple beginning Run for the Son has now provided transportation to more than 13,000 pastors, evangelists, and Christian workers around the world.

Over the past thirty years, CMA has been able to extend the open arms of Christ to millions of people around the world, through the fruits of Run for the Son. By partnering with three like-minded ministries, we have been able to place the message of hope and salvation in front of millions of people in 192 countries around the world.

Since its beginning, Run for the Son has raised over $69 million dollars to help spread the Good News of salvation through Christ; resulting in over 24.5 million salvations. Some pray, some go, and some send; will you help?

2017 Run for the Son Total

$4,620,265.25

Total announced at the
CMA Eastern National Rally, June 22, 2017
Lewisburg, West Virginia

2007 Run for the Son

 http://www.cmausa.org/run-for-the-son/

 

 

 

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