To fufill the second half of our mission statement and to be truly externally serving, many members of FPC gladly give of their time and energy and are actively involved in various outreach programs within the Marion/Cedar Rapids community. There are other local missions that we support with our prayers and financial gifts.
A chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon meets weekly on Friday evenings at 8:00 p.m. year round in the church Social Hall. For more information go to Cedar Rapids’ AA
HELPING HAND STOREROOM is a First Presbyterian Church of Marion mission project that provides clothing and limited household items to people of low income in the surrounding area. The storeroom is located in the Mission House. The store is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Donations are accepted during this time […]
This is a grass roots non-profit organization that serves the needs of children and youth in the Marion community. It is faith based and focuses on moral guidance, academics, technology education, recreation, family and social needs. To find more about how you can help and participate in these programs, contact Joe Polzin at Marion Cares
FLY stands for Feeding Lunch to Youth. A few years ago some of the local teachers got together and talked about the students who rely on hot lunch programs at their schools. For some students, those are the only meals they get. On days when there is no school, there may be no food for […]
The Churches of Marion Pantry is an non-discrimination, ecumenical group of eleven Marion and Cedar Rapids churches organized in 1982 to meet the emergency food needs of area families. The participating churches supply funds, food, and distribution volunteers. The Pantry is open Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 1:00 to 3:00 and operates from the Mission […]
Marion Churches Senior Living Community Foundation Eleven churches in Marion are working together to provide affordable living to senior citizens with low incomes. The Foundation has constructed three apartment complexes, Moundview Manor, Scott Meadows and Trinity Pointe, that offer specialized housing designed for disabled and elderly persons. These apartments qualify as designated Section 8 housing. Community amenities include a […]