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Missions & Outreach Ministries

The people of CCE seek to be the heart and hands of Jesus by aligning our passions and strengths with organizations that work to meet the needs of our neighbors, both locally and internationally.  Throughout the Bible, we learn that God wants us to work for justice, especially for the vulnerable.  Justice and mercy are core values of what we strive to do in our service through Missions and Outreach.

The organizations we support have been looked at through this lens and include our four priorities of ending hunger, providing shelter, enhancing educational outcomes, and ensuring access to health care. Providing relief to the suffering is part of what we do, while also seeking opportunities for systemic, transformative change.

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Christ Church sponsors hands-on serving opportunities and supply drives throughout the year. There is a group in Realm, our online community, called "Missions and Outreach Network." Join this group to receive realtime updates for opportunities to serve our neighbors. Click here to log in to Realm or and then click "Find Groups" under Groups. Or, you can contact a clergyperson for help. And you can always see our weekly eNews for current opportunities to give back to our community. 


Are you interested in helping people in Richmond who live in a food desert, i.e. lack access to fresh food? Consider joining our Shalom Farms Volunteer Group to help grow, cultivate and/or harvest fresh vegetables through the ministry of Shalom Farms.

Shalom Farms is a regional food access and community development project. Its mission is to “ensure access to healthy food and the support to live healthy lives" through sustainable food production. Their ministry provides healthy food to thousands of our RVA neighbors and helping hands are needed!

Please contact Keith Tan if you have any questions.

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In the past year, Christ Church supported the following mission partners. We invite you to join us as we work with these organizations to bring about change in Christ's name.

Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School is an independent, faith-based school providing full tuition scholarships for 4-8th grade students of limited economic resources primarily from Richmond’s East End.

Communities in Schools works in Richmond and Henrico County Public Schools from K-12.  Their mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.  Our CCE connection with CIS is George Mason Elementary School in the East End which provides several volunteer opportunities.

Crossover Health Ministries is a health safety net organization, providing high quality healthcare, promoting wellness, and connecting community talents and resources with people in need in the name of Jesus Christ.

Feedmore is Central Virginia’s core hunger relief agency.  The organization receives, redistributes, prepares and delivers food to children, families and seniors facing food insecurity.

Hope for Humanity’s mission is to "Equip South Sudan’s Girls and Boys for Leadership through a Quality Education with a Christian Foundation."  Its commitment is manifest in Hope and Resurrection Secondary School in Atiaba, South Sudan.

ReEstablish Richmond assists refugees to settle in Richmond while maintaining ties to their home culture and connects them with the resources to support a successful resettlement.

Richmond Habitat for Humanity was founded in 1986 based on a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Seeking to put God’s love into action, Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Shalom Farms connects high-poverty areas in Richmond with consistent access to fresh food and related supports to make that access meaningful, useful and sustainable.

The Sophie House provides supportive services for single women and their children, that will help meet their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs and empower them to independently establish a stable, secure home upon successful completion of the

Our mission in Haiti  has been built through relationships with people at St. Marc's and St. Simeon and at the Lespwa Timoun clinic in support of education and medical care. CCE has taken several mission trips.

CARITAS works to provide effective, permanent solutions to individuals and families dealing with the crisis of homelessness and/or addiction in the Metro Richmond area.

Episcopal Relief and Development facilitates healthier, more fulfilling lives in communities struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster and disease.  CCE has historically helped to fund its US Disaster Program to provide resources for those affected by natural disasters.

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For more info and to volunteer
Please contact Keith Tan.
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