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The Heart of What We Do

Mission is at the heart of everything we do as we seek to be faithful disciples according to Jesus.         

“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, 
I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick and you took care ofme, I was in prison and you visited me.” – Matthew 25:35-36 (Matthew 25:35-36, NRSV). 


It is a priority in for our congregation to address issues our neighbors in need near and far are experiencing.   Beginning in 2020, we are focusing on food insecurity in order to make a significant impact on hunger in our community while continuing to support other mission efforts. Information below offers a sample of our commitment as a congregation and in partnership with agencies and groups including many local faith communities. Click here for The Food Insecurity Task Force Information.

Local Community

Locally, there are ongoing opportunities for "hands on" mission activities including:

Save the Date: The Interfaith Build for Habitat for Humanity begins February 29, 2020

The Mission Committee is excited to announce that our congregation is participating in the 2020 Interfaith Build for Habitat for Humanity. As in past builds will partner with a number of faith communities,* Habitat Staff, AmeriCorps Volunteers and the homeowners to construct this house.What is new this year is that our interfaith coalition is one of five faith coalitions constructing houses next to each other as part of a “Leap of Faith Build.” The five houses will go up at the same time in a new Habitat subdivision in South Raleigh. Wall raising begins on Leap Day, Saturday February 29 with occupancy expected in mid May. In the coming weeks details will be available about the ways to be involved, including dates for work days, activities with our interfaith friends, and opportunities to get to know people in the other faith coalitions.  For more information contact Debbie Kirk or Cary Dickerson. Together We Build!

*Members of the Interfaith Coalition are: Apex Mosque, Beth Myer Synagogue, Community for Mindful Living, First Church of Christ Scientist, Hindu Society of North Carolina, Hudson Memorial Presbyterian Church, Islamic Association of Raleigh, Kadampa Center for the Practice of Tibetan Buddhism, NC State Muslim Student Association, Raleigh/Cary Jewish Family Services, Raleigh Mennonite, Raleigh Sai Center, St Paul’s Christian Church, The Light House Project, The Sikh Gurudwara of North Carolina, Temple Beth Or, Triangle Interfaith Alliance, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh, Unity Temple of Raleigh, Won Buddhism of NC-Raleigh Center

Nationally, we sponsor summer mission trips for youth and adults, to participate in a variety of service to others, most recently -

  • Mobile, Alabama

  • Washington D.C.

  • Western North Carolina

 Financially, we support hurricane relief efforts, provide assistance to families on the US/Mexico border, and address other humanitarian needs.


Each month we have two focused giving opportunities toenable us to make an immediate impact in areas that need our attention. The specific dates for the offerings and collections are announced ahead of time.

HMPC is a part of the Presybterian Church (USA), to learn more about the PC Missions Programs click here.

Special Offerings

General Mission Fund

North Raleigh Ministries

Global Mission Fund

One Great Hour of Sharing

Shelter Ministries

Congregational Mission Trip

Care of Candidates

Presbyterian Campus Ministries

Peace and Global Witness

Good Samaritan Fund

Christmas Joy

Tend My Sheep Offerings

North Raleigh Ministries - Food and Thanksgiving Baskets

Ronald McDonald Ministries

Note in the Pocket - shoes and underwear

Back Pack Buddies - oatmeal & grits

Capital Towers

Haiti School Kits in conjunction with Presbyterian Women

Raleigh Rescue Mission - hats & gloves

Grandfather Children's Home - Christmas gift cards

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