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Ministry through Food

"I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me shall not hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst."

- John 6:35

CROP Hunger Walk

Opportunities exist to organize and participate in the CROP Hunger Walk, an annual walkathon.  Proceeds from the CROP Walk go to CHO (the Committee for Helping Others) locally and to Church World Service, an organization of 35 denominations including the Presbyterian Church (USA).  For more information or to get involved, contact Betty Rahal at 703-281-4032 or betty.rahal@verizon.net.

The 2014 CROP Hunger Walk is Sunday, November 9.  Bring your friends and family and join us for Vienna’s 10th annual walk sponsored by Church World Service.  The walk is 3.0 miles in length and will begin and end at the Vienna Town Green.  Registration is at 1:15 pm and the walk begins at 2:00 pm.  Register at the Vienna CROP Walk website, listed below.

CROP Links:

Bethany Women's Center/N Street Village

For over 21 years VPC has provided healthy, nutritious meals bi-monthly for women in this homeless shelter in Washington, DC.  Please consider joining this ministry as a cook or driver; there are many volunteer opportunities.  For more information please call Cindy Alls at 703-322-3657, or email her at cindyalls@msn.com.

http://www.nstreetvillage.org

Committee for Helping Others (CHO)

CHO provides opportunities to help with the VPC Clothes Closet and food pantry.  CHO also helps pack and deliver furniture to people in our immediate community in need.

To request services, make a donation or volunteer, please call CHO at 703-281-7614 and leave a message.

http://www.cho-va.com.

Meals on Wheels

Meals On Wheels delivers meals to homebound, elderly or needy families in our community.  Get involved by calling Jim Merfa at 703-938-1578, or emailing him at jmerfa1@aol.com.

http://www.mealcall.org/meals-on-wheels/va/vienna.htm.

Miriam's Kitchen

Help cook and serve a nutritious breakfast to homeless men and women of DC.  For more information, or to volunteer, contact Sue Hamblen at 703-938-9050 x111 or sue.hamblen(at)viennapres.org.

http://www.miriamskitchen.org.

 

Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread collects non-perishable food items from the VPC community and delivers them to homeless families in Northern Virginia.  Help provide food for needy families by sending an email to Matt Stockburger at mstock_w@yahoo.com.

http://www.our-daily-bread.org.