Mission Presbyterian Support
We support our missionaries in the Congo, Larry and Inge Sthreshley. Both Larry and Inge were born in the Belgian Congo. Inge’s parents were Methodist missionaries and Larry’s were Presbyterian missionaries. They have two children, both of whom were born in the Congo. One of the current projects is Inge’s garden program where vegetable gardens have been started in some of the unpaved slums of Kinshasa (the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo). These garden projects help alleviate the hunger problem, particularly with a money shortage and the logistics of getting the produce to the city. Larry works with partner churches and organizations to help them develop their capacity and technical approach to do health ministry in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan. This has enabled the partners to run large internationally funded health programs that greatly impacted health in these countries. Larry says his goal is to help the church “effectively demonstrate the love of Christ through health ministry”.
For more information about Larry and Inge and their missionary work click here
We provide $2000 scholarships to University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas; Lyon College in Batesville, Arkansas; University of Livingstonia in Malawi, Africa.
United Campus Ministry
We provide yearly support to the University of Arkansas United Campus Ministry, which provides ministry to the students, faculty and staff.
Ferncliff Camp Support
We provide yearly support to send children from our congregation to summer camp at Ferncliff Camp and Conference Center.
We monetarily supported the 75thAnniversary Capital Campaign with a contribution of $15000.
Work trips are organized when areas of the camp need repair. In 2013 five members worked on the new eco center.