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Mission Trip Opportunities & Resources
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The DOOR Network provides service learning experiences for groups, long term volunteering opportunities, and summer jobs across five cities in the United States. Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Denver, Miami.

For over 30 years, we have provided Food and Nutrition services through Soup Kitchens and Food Pantries. Our Community Initiatives/Outreach programs have grown to include Outreach & Education, Volunteer Services,  Help Center, Healthy Families Program, Senior Health & Wellness Services, Youth Programs, Disaster Recovery Services, Women’s Emergency Services and Domestic Violence Intervention, and more.


CROSS is Myers Park Presbyterian Church’s unique urban outreach ministry. Over the past 20 years, more than 10,000 people from 270 churches, colleges, and schools in 19 states have served through CROSS Missions.

The formula is simple:

  1. Combine worship, reflection, and service

  2. Serve others morning and afternoon

  3. Reflect and celebrate through morning and evening worship

Through Christ, the results are anything but simple. People are transformed, returning home ready to meet the needs of their communities.

CLTRA provides assistance to survivors who sustained damage or loss as a result of a disaster effecting the Carteret County area.  

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We are located on the corner of Locust Street and Greenbrier Avenue just off Route 219 in Ronceverte. We're the large, brick, gothic-style building...can't miss it! Parking is avilable in our lot by the library or on the street. 

     The ministry of this church began in 1881 just a few hundred yards from the current building, which was completed in 1923. 

     We belong to the Presbyterian Church USA and the Presbytery of West Virginia. 

     Our membership is 78 and our average attendance is 62. We have an annual budget of $115,000. 

     God calls us to mission in this community, and we primarily do that through our workcamp program. We usually host about 15 groups per year from across the country who come here to do faith-based community service. 

For Workcamps & Week of Hope. Jr/Sr High trips: Must be at least 12 years old OR entering the 7th grade in the fall of the same year as your trip. Sr High trips: Must be at least 14 years old OR entering the 9th grade in the fall of the same year as your trip. Due to liability, under-aged participants will be sent home at their own expense (NO babies or any children under the required age).


Friends Place offers opportunities for experiential education and civic engagement programs with a focus on how people-power creates justice, peace, a healthy planet, and a stronger democracy.


We at Harbor View are committed to reaching out with the love of God into the world. Our congregation regularly joins together to feed the hungry and extend hospitality to medical students and work on Habitat for Humanity projects and go on mission trips and give time 

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