Our church provides service to others in many different ways. We give through gifts of our time, talents, and offerings.
Here are some of the organizations we help:
The Urban Mission is a non-profit agency founded in 1975 by Indian Nations Presbytery. The Mission provides a wide range of emergency social services to needy families in a caring, non-judgmental atmosphere. Funded in part by Indian Nations Presbytery, the remainder of the budget comes from private and individual donations and grants. Our members collect food or toiletries for the Urban Mission every month.
The Urban Mission item of the month for March, 2015 is rice. Please place your donations in the box by the church information table.
At the Center for Children & Families, Inc., it is our mission “to improve the lives of children through partnerships with families and communities because every boy and girl deserves to grow up safe, nurtured and loved.” Memorial has held diaper drives and collected food and snacks for the children who are served by CCFI.
Dwight Mission provides an atmosphere conducive to spiritual growth for people of all ages. Visitors experience the unique opportunity to join the long line of God’s witnesses who have gathered for fellowship, study, meditation and worship on this peaceful and secluded site.
The purpose of Goodland Presbyterian Children’s Home, Inc. as stated in the Articles of Incorporation, is to provide a Christian ministry to children and families in distress or in need of care, supervision, counseling and shelter in a Christian environment, and to aid and assist children who are destitute, homeless, abandoned or otherwise in need. Goodland Presbyterian Children’s Home seeks to fulfill the Scriptural passage found in James 1:27.
Food and Shelter, Inc. (informally known as Food for Friends)
104 W. Comanche
Norman, OK 73069
Opens at 10 AM. Offers coffee and doughnuts. Serves a hot meal Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 12 PM to anyone, with no restrictions. Memorial Presbyterian Church members help serve lunch on the first Thursday of each month.
Though many, we claim one Christ, one Faith, one Baptism and pray to know that unity which is Christ’s gift. Amen. Called together and empowered by the Holy Spirit as the Oklahoma Conference of Churches, we will make visible the love, justice, and hope of Jesus Christ to one another and to God’s World.