Mission Coordinating Committee

The MCC is a Committee of National Capital Presbytery.  Its function is to serve as a catalyst for mission by connecting congregations with common local, national and international interests.  Together, we help the Presbytery to bear public witness - bringing a prophetic word to the powers and principalities of the world based upon the love, truth and justice of God in Jesus Christ.

Our primary work is in challenging, equipping and supporting congregations and their leaders in the discernment of God's invitation to discipleship.

 

 

Committee

The Committee meets at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of every month at Westminster, DC.  Our twelve members serve as liaisons for the various networks, teams and groups within the Presbytery as well as providing overall guidance as budget recommendations. 

Current members include:Marcia Farabee – John Calvin

Rev. Brian Hamilton – Westminster, DC

Rev. David Milam – St. Andrew Presbyterian Church

Le Quan Turner – Westminster, DC

Rev. Sam Atiemo – Christ the King

Mark Eakin – Warner Memorial (Chair)

Rev. Nancy Fox – National Presbyterian

Rev. Mark Gaskill – Good Samaritan Presbyterian

Rev. Jean Brown – Specialized

Charles Kuo – Taiwanese of Washington

Patricia Petty Morse – Northminster

Glenera (Peggy) Sisson – Berwyn

Therese Taylor-Stinson – Northwood

Paul Verduin – Rockville United

Grants for Congregations and Individuals

In addition to providing funding for Networks, the MCC is also able to provide funding for individual congregations and congregational partnerships around a variety of mission interests.  All grant requests have two parts - Part 1 (basic information) as well as Part 2.  

The last five years of grantees are available here:  MCC grants 2013 - 2018

For assistance in filling out the grants or to submit completed grant applications, please contact Karen Chamis at kchamis@thepresbytery.org   Please note that Network grants (when available) may require different forms, and should be submitted to the appropriate Chair of that Network.

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