Serve the World

Build God's World. It's one of our core values. We believe that we are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ, striving to create a more just, compassionate world.  We choose to focus our efforts on a handful of mission partners where we can make an impact.  A few of our partner organizations are listed below.

Center for Food Action (learn more)

The Center for Food Action (CFA) is a lifeline for thousands of families in over 100 towns in northern New Jersey, giving nearly 5,000 seven-day food packages per month, along with assistance for those facing eviction or the loss of utility service.


Share Boundlessly. It's also one of our core values. As we do with all of our mission partners, FPC supports CFA with both monetary and non-monetary help. We collect non-perishable food items monthly - we call it Food to First on the First Sunday of every month. We are also providing significant help with their newly-created organic garden (left).

Jan Hus Presbyterian Church

(learn more) Urban Outreach Center

The Urban Outreach Center at 351 E 74TH ST in Manhattan is the premier social services center of Jan Hus Presbyterian Church and Neighborhood House. Their purpose is to provide a complete range of resources to support the full worth and dignity of every person. The Urban Outreach Center’s programs and services are a lifeline for the most vulnerable populations from all five boroughs of New York City, providing material and spiritual comfort and a warm, compassionate environment.


FPC supports this worthy ministry with funds, clothing drives, and occasionally assisting with their Tuesday night dinner (right) that serves over 100 homeless guests weekly. Funds from FPC enabled them to open a shower facility for the homeless persons in their neighborhood.

Habitat for Humanity

of Bergen County  (learn more)

Habitat for Humanity is one of the premier volunteer-driven organizations in the United States. Working closely with the Bergen County affiliate, FPC participates both locally (we have assisted with projects in Garfield and Bergenfield [left]), and have also sent volunteers on the Habitat "Global Village" trips to places like Montana and New Mexico.