Mission Events









The Mission and Social Concerns (M&SC) Committee leads us in putting our faith into action. Our focus is on hunger and homelessness in our community and abroad, as well as being good stewards to our environment. We provide ongoing support to various organizations in our community, and provide dinner and other assistance to our neighbors at our twice-monthly Welcome Table dinner.

Welcome Table

 Welcome Table 350 wide
Held the first and third Wednesday of every month from 6-7 p.m., this vital ministry provides a home-cooked meal and fellowship to those in our community. Welcome Table is sponsored by the Mission and Social Concerns Committee and welcomes your support. FAQs
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Ives House

Ives House

Ives House, located next door to Falls Church Presbyterian, is owned by the church and has been used for mission work through the years. Currently, FCPC is working with Shelter House of Northern Virginia to provide housing to several families in transition. 
How can you help? Click here to learn more.

Homeless Shelter


The Falls Church Homeless Shelter is open Nov. 15 through March 31. Volunteers from FCPC are needed to provide dinners and lunches each Monday night and to assist shelter staff on the first and third Monday of each month. Sign up for a slot here

The Lamb Center
The Lamb Center is a daytime drop-in center for the poor and homeless in central Fairfax County, Virginia. Falls Church Presbyterian supports The Lamb Center financially and with in-kind donations.


Falls Church Presbyterian Church also contributes financially to The Falls Church Community Service Council. FCS Link

Knox Food Pantry


Our deacons coordinate the ongoing food collection for the Knox Presbyterian Food Pantry, which serves many families throughout the Falls Church and Arlington area. FCPC members can drop off donations at church and FCPC deacons deliver the items to Knox. Please contact Knox Presbyterian directly for hours and further information.
Current needs at Knox Presbyterian Food Pantry

PC(USA)'s Presbyterian Disaster Assistance

PDAFCPC contributes to the Presbyterian Church (USA)'s Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) fund during times of crisis and catastrophe. The PDA enables congregations and mission partners of the PC(USA) to witness the healing love of Christ through caring for communities in great need. 

The PC(USA) currently has a mission presence in 80 countries in the world, where they can respond by directly supporting the Presbyterian partner in that country.