Kearney center

March 11, 2022
Hello Faith Presbyterian Church,  
Thank you for all the support you have shown us so far and all the time and resources you dedicate to us on a weekly basis. Your impact is truly felt. I wanted to let you know about the supplies that our clients need at the Kearney Center.

Toiletries: We are in high need of deodorant, lotion, razors, and body wash. 
Computers: Due outdated and broken computers we are planning to raise money to purchase new computers.
Move-out Kits: When our clients obtain housing, we provide basic household items to assist in the transition of moving into a new home. Although we do not take furniture, we do provide bedrooms, kitchen, and laundry  supplies and  items. This provides critical transitional support to clients since they do not own much personal property when they initially leave homelessness.

Volunteering: April is National Volunteer Month, a month dedicated to recognizing the importance of volunteering and honoring  the significant contributions volunteers make by generously donating their time  and talents to worthy causes.  I am currently planning special initiatives for our clients to show them how many people in the community care about their well being. 

William Clark-Gipson
Volunteer Coordinator
Partner Agency Coordinator
The Kearney Center

You can donate to the Kearney Center through their Amazon wish list here: 
Kearney Center Wishlist

Sealey School Partnership

In response to Jesus' commandment to love our neighbors as ourselves, Faith Presbyterian is called to stand beside the community of Sealey Elementary School. We will support the students, families, teachers, and staff so that we may experience the grace of God in each other and build a stronger future together.

Throughout the year, there are varying opportunities to help support the Faith/Sealey Partnership. To read more, please visit our Sealey Partnership page here.


Our Sealey teacher friends need a little something special after spending their mornings giving standardized tests to their students! We would like to help them breeze through these days with a few snacks, both salty and sweet! If you would like to contribute items in Aril and/or May, please use the following button link to sign up.

Backpack blessings

To better support our Faith Preschool Scholarship student families, Faith deacons and other members provide a few extra groceries once a week. If you would be willing to shop for a specific list of groceries to benefits the Backpack Blessings program, please see more information and signup at the button link below.

Backpack Blessings


We need four people each Sunday morning to greet those arriving for worship, check them in on the reservation list, and dismiss by rows after the benediction. You are welcome to give this ministry a try without a long-term commitment! Just click the button below to sign up for a particular Sunday. If you have questions, please contact
Greeter/Usher Signup

Church Office

Did you know the church front office is manned solely by volunteers? We need people with friendly, smiling faces to answer phones and greet visitors to the office. If you would consider doing this, or have questions about it, please contact Randy Zepp,

Manna on Meridian

The next Manna is Saturday, May 21 and there are many ways to volunteer. People are needed to bag, shop, bring hospitality items, pick up bread, etc.  For more information or to volunteer, please contact Shellie Camp.

Marquee Signs

We are so thankful to currently have 10 different people (or couples) to change our two marquee signs. Each person/couple takes one month during the year and changes the sign each Sunday or Monday. If we can get 2 more persons or couples to volunteer, we will have all 12 months of the year covered! Could it be you? Contact Cheri Harkema,


Serve with us in Guatemala next summer!  We will be sending a mission team to Solomon's Porch in Panajachel, Guatemala June 4-11, 2022. The trip will include construction projects and Bible School for the children. If people with some medical knowledge participate, we may also host a medical site. In its short existence, Solomon's Porch has built 90 houses for local people and provided over 280 days of medical clinics in villages without access to health care. This mission trip is for anyone rising 6th grade and older. Any participant who has not graduated high school must be accompanied by an adult family member. If you have questions, contact the trip leader, Matt Sirmans (  ). For more information, download the brochure (see button link below) or pick one up at church! If you are interested, please complete the online application as soon as possible as space is limited: https://forms.gle/gjZo7EKkP8J3f1ia6  


Payment Link:

Guatemala Participant Payments