Sunday School for all ages at 9:00 a.m.
Office: Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Our Mission: With Christ our Savior as model and the Holy Spirit as guide,
we gather to worship God, and go forth to serve, sharing our faith and God’s love.
Good Samaritan Fund: Application Process
Following is the application process we will be testing throughout the remainder of December and January.
Applications will be accepted Wednesdays December 21, January 4, and January 18 between 10:00 and 12:00.
Applications will be available at the front desk or on our website.
The applications are to be placed in a box for the committee.
The day following application intake (Thursday) Colleen will email the committee.
The committee will review applications for approval of interviewing applicants.
A committee member will contact the applicants to set an interview date and time or to deny assistance at the present time.
Contact: The Chruch Office at (919) 734-4392
A Day Away: As a non-profit outreach ministry of FPC our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing Christian environment for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years with age-appropriate activities.
Contact: Mrs. Tracey Bowen, Director (919) 735-3060
Campus Crusade for Christ, CRU: My name is Cam and I grew up in Goldsboro, NC and absolutely love being on staff here at NC State. In addition to NC State, the Lord has allowed me to be part of ministry with CCC in East Asia, on our Regional Team in Apex and in Clearwater Beach, FL. I am continually amazed at what the Lord is doing on our campus and around the world. It's an exciting time in history to watch Him at work - how fun that we get to be a part of that!! As a non-profit outreach ministry of FPC our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing Christian environment for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years with age-appropriate activities.
Contact: Ms. Cam Malpass, Campus Crusade, Raleigh, NC (919) 922-1105
Habitat for Humanity: Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian organization that is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing and homelessness worldwide. The ministry was founded on the conviction that every man, woman, and child should have a simple decent place to live in dignity and safety. Habitat has completed three houses on National Drive in the Eastern Wayne area as well as one house in the Southern Wayne area in conjunction with the building arts classes at Southern Wayne High School. Also completed are numerous houses around Wayne County including one sponsored by First Presbyterian Church.
Contact: Mr. Matthew Whittle, Executive Director (919) 736-9592
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA: His an evangelical and interdenominational campus ministry. We seek to be an invitational and authentic Christ-centered community sent out to transform lives through the Gospel.
Contact: Mr. John Farmer, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Carrboro, NC.
Community Soup Kitchen: We bring together people and resources of Wayne County to provide a daily meal for those who are hungry . Each person is welcomed with understanding, dignity and without obligation. In 2015 we are serving between 150-200 people each day, 6 days a week, 52 weeks a year. This mission exemplifies what Christ has called us to do, "For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me... just as you did it to one of the least of these, you did it to me." Matthew 25:35
In addition to providing funding and helpers to serve the daily mid day meals, the CSK offers through professional volunteers; health screening, dental and optical services, mental health services, VA services, and job referrals for those in need.
Contact: Mrs. Ann L. Hunter, 919-778-0828.
Reach Out and Read: is a national program that promotes early literacy by giving new books to children and advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud in pediatric exam rooms across the nation. Our church donates funds to assist in buying these books for pediatricians' offices.
Contact: Goldsboro Pediatrics, 919-734-4736.
Weekend Food for Vulnerable Carver Heights students: At the request of a concerned pediatrician in our community, FPC has joined other churches in an effort to provide food during the school year. Healthy non-perishable meals (7) each weekend for vulnerable children at Carver Heights School. First Presbyterian provides food bags in February, May, and November. FPC volunteers purchase the food. The youth of the church prepare the bags and volunteers deliver the food bags (80 each month) to Carver Heights.
Contact: Mission Committee at FPC, 919-734-5392.
Clothing Giveaway: In response to a need for adult and children's clothing in the community, particularly after local hurricanes and floods, a Clothing Giveaway was initiated 10 years ago. Members of FPC and friends in the community donate good clean clothing, volunteers spend a week sorting and setting up for the event, and on the first Saturday of October, families line up early in the morning to enter the gym and select their "new clothes."
Contact: Mission Committee at FPC, 919-734-45392.
Latino Farm Workers: In response to the needs of Latino farm workers working in Wayne County, FPC has purchased projectors and screens for onsite field education regarding prevention of sun and heat strokes, toxic sprays on plants, drinking polluted water and promoting the use of long sleeved white shirts (made available prior to the clothing giveaway). The need for masks will be addressed as well.
Contact: Mission Committee at FPC, 919-734-45392.