Northern Virginia Family Service SERVE campus – as a founding member and partner of the SERVE shelter (now a part of Northern Virginia Family Service), MPC continues to support the shelter and hunger outreach center at SERVE.
MPC Pastor’s Discretionary Fund – Funds are available to the pastor of MPC to respond to needs of MPC members and friends as concerns arise
ACTS – ACTION in Community Through Service is an independent, private, nonprofit organization serving the residents of the Greater Prince William Area, including the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. ACTS fosters hope, provides relief and promotes self-sufficiency for our Prince William area neighbors in crisis.
BARN - BARN Community Housing is a secular non-profit, which provides clean, safe housing for families in need of a helping hand. BARN was started by the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia, is located on the Monastery grounds and benefits from continued support from the Sisters. BARN is a separately incorporated organization.
BEACON - BEACON for Adult Literacy serves the needs of adult English Language Learners in Greater Prince William by empowering them to achieve their education and employment goals. BEACON provides ESOL instruction to low-income adult immigrants, integrating instruction with classes on pre-CNA, Citizenship Preparation, Financial Literacy, Computer Literacy, and Civics’ Education. MPC provides classrooms for BEACON and several MPC members volunteer as instructors.
Bull Run Mountains Conservancy - Bull Run Mountains Conservancy is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1994 to protect the Bull Run Mountains through education, research, and stewardship, promoting the preservation of the Bull Run Mountains from their southern ridges in New Baltimore to their northern end in Aldie, Virginia, through research and educational programs to adults and children that focus on the ecological, historical, and cultural features of the Bull Run Mountains.
Capital Caring (hospice) - Capital Caring helps families and loved ones make the most of every moment together by offering coordinated care, comfort, and dignity to those living with serious illness by providing excellent pain relief and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support, and compassion to families across the region.
Center for Pastoral Counseling of Virginia – CPC provides professional counseling that is sensitive to relational and emotional issues, as well as to spiritual issues. Counselors bring traditional psychological training to their work, with additional expertise in working with clients from a spiritual frame of reference, and provides services to low-income clients at little or no cost. CPC counselors are fully certified or licensed mental health professionals, who respect the spirituality of our clients and never preach or proselytize.
Early Learning Center (scholarship program) - Manassas Presbyterian Church Early Learning Center (MPC-ELC) is registered as a Religiously Exempt Child Day Center with Virginia Department of Social Services. A volunteer Board of Directors and a paid Director manage it. A teacher and an assistant teach each class serving students ages 2½ through pre-kindergarten.
First Baptist Church (lunch program, prescription cards) – The Outreach Ministry of First Baptist Church recruits, trains, and oversees services and programs that are intentional in reaching out and into the surrounding communities to bring a physical witness and Christian love to our surrounding neighbors of all ages, generations, and cultures. MPC members work in partnership with FBC to serve meals and provide assistance for the Manassas area community.
Good News Jail & Prison Ministry - MPC supports the work of Good News Jail & Prison Ministry at the Prince William County Adult Detention Center in Manassas. Good News places Christian chaplains in jails and prisons to minister to the spiritual needs of inmates and staff.
Manassas Baptist Church (hypothermia shelter) - Manassas Hope for the Homeless is comprised of Christians from over a dozen churches in the greater Manassas area who have come together to provide emergency shelter to the area's homeless when we experience extreme cold weather.
Project Mend-A-House - Project Mend-A-House, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, serving low-income residents, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities in Prince William County, Manassas, and the City of Manassas Park since 1984.
Prince William Free Clinic - The mission of the Prince William Area Free Clinic, Inc. is to provide primary adult and pediatric medical care and acute adult dental care to qualified, low-income residents of Prince William County, Manassas City, and Manassas Park without duplicating services provided by other non-profit organizations.
Prince William County Schools Food Services – MPC allocates funds to close the subsidy gap for students on partial assistance at Bull Run Middle School.
Rainbow Therapeutic Equestrian Center - Rainbow is a non-profit organization that provides equine assisted therapy to individuals with physical, educational, emotional, intellectual disabilities and other challenges. Rainbow Therapeutic Riding Center operates under the guidelines of the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH) and instructors are all PATH certified.