Missions at First Presbyterian Church is an extension of our core beliefs of positively influencing the community where we live, and the world in which we live.

We encourage you to contribute freely. Please use our "Online Giving" button on our home page for safe, secure processing..

Listed below are some the causes we currently contribute to. If you have a cause that could benefit from our resources, forms are available for submission. Contact Mathew Eardley for more information.

 

Intergenerational Mission Trip, June 26 - July 2, Seattle, WA.

All church members, family & friends ages 8 and older are welcome on this mission trip. Any participants under 13 yrs. old will need to be accompanied by an adult.  We will be staying at the University Congregation United Church of Christ in Seattle, WA, and participating in service projects around the city. We will depart after 10:45 am worship on June 26, do our mission work Mon. - Thurs. and have a fun day of sightseeing around the Seattle area on Friday. The group will leave on the morning of Sat., July 2. This trip costs $50 per person.This cost covers meals and lodging. Registration forms are due by April 24. Contact Rev. Katey Schwind with any questions (345-3441 or katey@fpcboise.org).

Registration Form CLick Here

 

Mystery Mission Trip                        July 31 - Aug. 5, Location ?

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C.A.T.C.H.

Charitable Assistance To Community's Homeless 

We are blessed to have the opportunity to partner with C.A.T.C.H to reach those in need. The organization helps place people in homes and assigns a case manager to help them build a more stable life for themselves. The program has been remarkably successful and boasts  an 85-90% successful graduation rate. 

First Presbyterian Church supports C.A.T.C.H. through the generous donations of parishioners. We currently work with two families per six month period. Since 2006 have helped over 13 families (including 27 children) and are currently supporting a family of three. We would love to expand our mission in this area and encourage you to make a pledge to C.A.T.C.H though First Presbyterian Church. 


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Friendship Food Pantry 

The Friendship Food Pantry is open to anyone who needs food. It is open on Mondays from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM. Entrance to the Food Pantry is through the door at the rear of the church, off of the alley. There are signs to show the way.

The Friendship food Pantry began serving the Treasure Valley community in January 2010. We are committed to our partner agencies including the Idaho Foodbank Warehouse and El Ada Community Action of Garden City. They have provided us with 90% of our food supply to date creating a minimal cost operation for the FFP.

We are ALWAYS IN NEED of the basics: peanut butter, tuna fish, saltines, canned fruit, canned vegetables, and soup. Thank you always for your support and your donations. We so appreciate your generosity. To be part of this group or to learn more about it, contact Sara Williams or Peggy/Paul Bohl through the church office.


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Friendship Dinners

Members and friends of First Presbyterian Church of Boise serve about 90 guests a meal, free of charge, on the first Thursday of each month.  Volunteers are always welcome! Our guests include, but are not limited to, people receiving services from Boise Rescue Mission men's and women's shelters, Corpus Christie House, Interfaith Sanctuary, Women's and Children's Alliance, Salvation Army, and El Ada Community Action Agency, Inc. If you would like to help with the preparation, serving or clean up at this event, please contact the church office.