Reaching People With The Love Of Christ
We partner with ministries large and small to meet human needs and make disciples. We work with local, national, and international ministries to create and sustain various projects.
Cloverleaf Food Pantry
The Cloverleaf Food Pantry was established in our church in 1983 before moving to a larger facility at St. Elizabeth Parish. The food pantry currently serves more than 150 families per week distributing food and emergency funds for medical needs, rent, and transportation. We partner with other area churches to support Cloverleaf Food Pantry, and many of our members serve there weekly.
Less than two hours from our community, people are living in some of the toughest conditions in America. We’ve partnered with local ministries in Philippi, and Morgantown, West Virginia to provide support for physical and spiritual needs.
We partner with The Espwa Foundation to build relationships and empower the people of Haiti to fight the root causes of both financial and spiritual poverty. We work alongside our Haitian brothers and sisters in orphanages, medical clinics, and local ministries.
We’ve been strategic partners with the Limbe Church Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) for over 25 years. We work together on clean water projects, famine relief, and drought/flood relief.
“Therefore Go” – Jesus
Every year we send teams on numerous short-term mission trips. These trips provide an opportunity to share the Gospel and experience Missions first-hand.
Cloverleaf Food Pantry
Tuesdays | Free
Every Tuesday morning, members of our church family meet at the food pantry to serve people in our community. Contact Deac Dressing for more information.
Cloverleaf Food Pantry Christmas Food Baskets
As a church, we support the Cloverleaf Food Pantry. With your generous support, we provide a number of Cloverleaf families with Christmas meals each year.
- 5lb or 10lb bags of potatoes
- Boxes of RED Jell-O
- Baking supplies: flour, sugar, sprinkles, cookie mix, cake mix, icing, chocolate chips, brownie mix, vanilla, cupcake liners, etc.
- Canned Goods: vegetables, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, applesauce, etc.
- Salad dressing
- Rice or noodles
- Bread or muffin mix
- Instant mashed potatoes
- Canned pineapples and other canned fruit
- Pancake mix
- Coffee / tea
- Pickles / olives
- Candy canes / Christmas candy
Operation Christmas Child One Day Trip
12/3 | $60
You’ve probably packed a shoebox for Operation Christmas Child before, but have you ever wondered where the boxes go next? Join a one-day missions trip to the Baltimore OCC Processing Center and work alongside Samaritans Purse preparing the shoe boxes for their final destination!
Sponsor a Trip
If you don’t feel called to go on a trip, consider partnering with our teams by supporting them prayerfully and financially.