“For this is what the Lord has commanded us: ‘I have made you a light for the Gentiles,
that you may bring salvation to the ends of the earth.’”
The Missions Ministry of Ashburn Presbyterian Church is involved in community outreach as well as national and international missions. Members of APC have participated in domestic and overseas mission trips, we provide funding to various missions-related organizations, and encourage volunteer support. We educate by inviting speakers to share testimonials about how serving through missions has impacted their lives, as well as the lives of others.
We currently provide weekend meals for food-insecure students at seven schools in Loudoun County through the Backpack Coalition program. This is one of our largest community outreach mission programs.
We are always accepting donations of food to help keep our pantry well stocked throughout the school year. Look for the bright green recycleable grocery bags near the Backpack Coalition pantry with a grocery list printed right on the bag. Simply fill it up and return it when you come on Sunday morning!
Our congregation supports a missionary couple from Cru, and also a member of our congregation who travels to Cyprus to teach and encourage young missionaries in the Middle East. APC provides financial support to these missionaries, and we receive updates of their mission work.
Audrey Tennant - Missionary Support in Cyprus
Audrey works with missionaries in Cyprus, preparing them to minister in the Middle East and in refugee camps. They share the gospel, distribute food, and use their previous training in the medical and teaching fields. Audrey recently just returned from her most recent trip to Cyprus and we look forward to hearing about the amazing ways the Lord is at work . To learn more about Audrey's mission work, please email us using the link below.
Greg and Stephanie Mitchell - Cru (Pittsburgh, PA)
Greg and Stephanie Mitchell are Cru staff in Pittsburgh, PA. Their job is to create movements on campuses in the city where students can learn about Jesus, grow in their relationship with Him, develop into individuals passionate about Jesus and then be sent out as faithful followers of Jesus post-graduation. They focus highly on evangelism and discipleship.