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Mission Projects

We always love new suggestions of how we can help others! Let us know if you're aware of a need that we could help meet!

Our congregation participates in various mission projects throughout the year. We find it especially meaningful to respond to particular needs that we see arising in our community, both local and global. 


Stay tuned for our next Mission Project...



"Piggy" banks

Change donated to the banks at the back of the sanctuary go to projects from the PCUSA Giving Catalog.

Denominational Special Offerings

Food Bank

We collect non-perishable food, personal hygiene supplies, and other items in the narthex (entry to the Sanctuary) and donate them on a regular basis to local food banks and other non-profit agencies.

CROP Hunger Walk

Every year, we support the Canyon County CROP Walk both financially and by walking.


Check out this video from our October blood drive!



  • As many non-profits chose to do during this year, we focused our mission on helping those affected by the job loss or health issues related to COVID-19. A majority of our mission giving was to walk-ins seeking financial aid, but we also helped with rent assistance during this time.

  • Contributed funds to Canyon County Law Enforcement Foundation's "Shop with a Sheriff" Christmas event, giving more than 12 kids the opportunity for a better holiday.

  • Participated in the virtual version of the annual Canyon County CROP walk


  • In addition to our ongoing support of the Faith Lutheran Church/Treasure Valley Christian Church Cooperative Food Bank, we contributed additional funds at Thanksgiving helping the food bank to distribute 17 complete meals for the holidays.

  • Filled and donated backpacks to local pre-school and elementary school children

  • Outreach to local families impacted by a house fire


  • Contributed both food and financial support to the Faith Lutheran Church/Treasure Valley Christian Church Cooperative Food Bank

  • Raised money to buy 10 pairs of Shoes That Grow that were taken to a Vietnamese village by members of our church community

  • Organized a drive to purchase farm animals and water/well supplies for communities listed in the Presbyterian Giving Catalog

  • Donated backpacks filled with school supplies for Indian Creek Academy

  • Contributed funds to the International Rescue Fund to help with needs of families impacted by a local stabbing

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