We at Topsail Presbyterian Church take care of our members, our community, and our neighbors around the world through our various mission projects.
Kopylova Family Needs
Thanks for the generosity of our congregation our Ukraine family has received ALL the items they requested for their new home! The only remaining need is a used vehicle.
If you have any helpful information please email Kathy Tobin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 401-309-9563.
Congratulations to TPC Elders Kathy Tobbin and Mike Steed for being selected to be part of a work team of 25 other members of the Presbytery traveling to Puerto Rico February 3 to 10, 2024 to participate in helping with disaster rebuilding and recovery work! Please pray for safe travels and a fruitful week of doing God's work.
One Great Hour of Sharing
Sharing God’s love through Offering Coin Boxes during the season of Lent
The Shepherds Box
Each month our congregation collects items to give to area Food Pantries throughout our community. These items may include food, personal hygiene products, cleaning and paper products.
Pender County Long Term Recovery Group
This organization was formed as a result of Hurricane Florence. The group is comprised of non profits, faith based and charitable organizations who work together to meet unmet needs of Pender County residents who are impacted by disaster. Topsail Presbyterian has answered to call to help through donations.
Samaritan’s Purse Shoebox Ministry
Every Christmas season Topsail Presbyterian Church works with Samaritan’s Purse to fill shoe boxes with gifts and supplies for children that are sent around the world.
Rise Against Hunger
For a third year we will lend a hand to people facing hunger across the globe through the Meal Packaging Event
Topsail Presbyterian Church Supports
Ross & Mary Hunter
Missionaries to the Quichua people of Ecuador .
To learn more about their mission and ministry please click on the link below:
School Backpacks and Supplies
Pender County Christian Services has a great need to provide school backpacks and school supplies to Pender County children for the upcoming school year. We have been asked to collect backpacks and schools supplies for those children in need. Collections will take place through the summer months so they will be ready for children when they head back to school. Examples of supplies needed:
- Calculator (for middle and HS)
- Colored pencils
- Glue sticks
Donations can be dropped off with Aly during normal business hours or in the Church Parlor.
Warm’s mission is to repair, rebuild and make homes accessible to those individuals who don’t have the resources to make costly repairs. Warm makes it possible for these homeowners to live safely in their homes. We would like to schedule a work day with WARM to help out with one of their projects.No experience is necessary.Volunteers must be 14 years or older.A WARM Field Supervisor is on-site to train and supervise. A typical schedule is 9am to 3pm. We can set up a volunteer day during the week or Saturday. WARM provides all tools necessary. Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry Please contact Kathy Tobin at 401-309-9563 or email@example.com to participate in one, or both, of these awesome projects.
Matthew Chapter 25 Vs. 35.
"For I was hungry, and you gave me food. "
On Sunday April 16th our church was blessed to have Cathy Guidry from Pender County Senior Center speak to our congregation about the Meals on Wheels program and how our Church can help with this very important program. As she explained - a knock at the door might not seem like a big deal to many of us. But, to a homebound senior, it could signal the arrival of the only person they might see all day or all week long. It brings hope. It brings health. It brings the nutrition and care that will completely make their day. A knock from Meals on Wheels can even save lives.
The Meals on Wheels program is only funded for delivery of meals to homebound seniors Monday through Friday. There are approximately 30 seniors in Eastern Pender County who are homebound, unable to cook for themselves, and have no way to get their nutritional needs met on the weekend. Topsail Presbyterian Church has been asked to participate in this program. We will prepare, pack and deliver meals the third Saturday of the month to those Seniors who need our help. Our day would start around 8 am to prepare the meals. We should have the meals prepared, packed and ready to be delivered by 10:00- 10:30. With all hands on we can accomplish this in no time.
Thank you to those who have signed up to help. If you would like to volunteer click here. If you have any questions or would love to be a part of this project please let Kathy Tobin, Chair of the Mission Committee know by calling her at 401-309-9563 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
*** Update !!! ***
On Saturday, July 15th we kicked off our Meals on Wheels program! It was a great success and all the recipients were very grateful for the meal we provided. See below for a few pictures from our fun and rewarding morning.
Rise Against Hunger is growing a global movement to end hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives and responding to emergencies. This year Topsail Presbyterian Church hosted our third meal packing event. Through fellowship and hard work we packaged 10,150 food bags. Over the last three years we have packaged over 30,000 meals.]