Mission Team

Mission Team

Plumb Lines

  1. Be seen.   We strive to show God’s love in our relationships, work places, and in the community.    We are  mindful that we may be the only Christians that some in our communities  may meet.  Our presence in the world will reflect God’s love of all people.
  2. Engage in hands on service.   Our time, talents and abilities are gifts that we should cheerfully offer.  We will use our church as a home base to refresh our souls as we go out in the world to invest these gifts and receive spiritual growth through service to others as we partner with God in His mission.
  3. Start small.  Landslides begin with the slightest sound or  movement, and change the form and shape of mountains forever.  We will identify opportunities to share God’s word, love and grace with the resources we have been provided.  This may be as small as providing a Bible study to our homeless clients who desire to attend.  Who knows this small snowball could create a ministry landslide in our community?
  4. Step out on faith.  We will put aside old disappointments and fears and open our hearts to dream big and trust in God.  Be ready for an adventure!  His guidance may take us off our well-worn paths.

About the Mission Team

Thank you for your interest in the Mission team! Our aim is to reflect God’s love for his people, by loving our neighbors as we love ourselves.  We believe that our neighbors are not only those who live near us, but in our community and around the world.  The Mission Team offers exciting and fulfilling volunteer opportunities.

Opportunities to serve your community through service.

Rainbow Place

This winter shelter for homeless women has been provided by RPC for thirty years.  Your talents may be used in this important mission, which is operated on RPC’s grounds, by assisting in meal preparation, serving, and bible study.  Learn more about Rainbow Place.

Tour De Cookie

The Friday Small Group participated in The Tour De Cookie event.  They hosted a cookie stop and were voted the most spirited cookie stop on the tour.

CASA de Maryland is looking for full- and part-time immigrant integration specialists to support eligible lawful permanent residents in applying for U.S. citizenship and to provide them with financial education and tax preparation assistance. Preference for those bilingual in Spanish, French, Korean, or Mandarin.

Interfaith Works seeks six full-time vocational coaches to work directly with unemployed and underemployed individuals, equipping them with knowledge and skills to find and succeed in jobs and long-term career goals. The organization is also looking for four full-time outreach coordinators to connect needy households to appropriate resources for which they are eligible, helping to support their path out of poverty. 301-762-8682

Project Change Maryland is recruiting a dozen AmeriCorps members to serve at its partner agencies in Montgomery County. The full- and part-time opportunities include coordinating group dialogues on race and ethnicity for MCPS, providing after-school dance training for disadvantaged students through ClancyWorks Dance Company, and supporting school-day and afterschool programs for YMCA Youth & Family Services, Montgomery Housing Partnership, MCPS, and more.

Volunteer Maryland seeks full-time volunteer program coordinators to develop or expand volunteer programs at nonprofit and public agencies throughout the state, including the following in Montgomery County: Conflict Resolution Center of Montgomery County, Hospice Caring, Mercy Health Clinic, Montgomery County Community Action Agency, So What Else, and Stepping Stones Shelter. View the position announcement here. Call 410-697-9282 or visit the agency’s website for an application.

Skip to toolbar