Partners Within Our Community

Local Outreach Partners

We partner with a number of organizations within the Greater Pittsburgh Area and Western Pennsylvania to reach out within our community. Our partners include:
  • Allegheny Youth Development
  • China Outreach Ministry
  • Coalition for Christian Outreach
  • Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
  • Ligonier Camp and Conference Center
  • New City Commons
  • North Hills Community Outreach
  • Open Door Church
  • Garfield Community Farm
  • Open Hands Ministry
  • Pittsburgh Project
  • Prism
  • Urban Impact
  • Women's Choice Network
  • Young Life
With these partners, we have several opportunities to get involved that are organized through the church. You can also get in touch with Rev. Paul Housman, Pastor of Outreach, to find out how you can make a direct impact with these organizations.

Ways to Get Involved

Memorial Park organizes annual and on-going outreach projects for a number of our local partners, which provide a variety options for you to get involved locally. Some of our projects are:
Compassion Day: a day of service to our local community neighbors.
Food Bank Sunday: an annual food drive benfitting North Hills Community Outreach.
Garage Giveaway: a collection of household items for international students through PRISM.
The Giving Tree: Christmas gifts provided for families in need, beginning in November.
Men in Action: completing handy-man projects for people in need. Contact Jeff McManus and Scott Kurtz for details.
Light of Life Ministries, Inc.: a variety of projects serving a homeless community in the North Side of Pittsburgh. 
Living in Liberty: ministering to victims of human trafficking in Pittsburgh.
Nursing Home Ministry: vistation to local nursing homes for worship services.
Women's Choice Network Baby Bottle Campaign: annual fundraiser to benefit the unborn. Contact Michele Holmes, Director of Women's Ministries for details.
New Hope Church Clothing Drive: collecting kids' clothing for underpriveleged families.


Hampton Community Opioid Partnership Roundtable Event

The Hampton Community Opioid Partnership will host a roundtable event at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018 at the Hampton Community Center.

The partnership consists of representatives from the Hampton Township School District, Hampton Township, the FBI's HOPE Initiative, local ministerium, and medical professionals with both UPMC Health Network and Allegheny Health Network.

The partnership is committed to offering several events throughout the year, with the purpose of spreading awareness about the growing opioid epidemic.

Event moderator and emcee will be the Rev. Dr. Ted Martin of Hampton Presbyterian Church. Clint Hurdle, General Manager for the Pittsburgh Pirates and a Hampton resident, will open the event with a pre-recorded message for guests about his dedication to fighting the opioid epidemic.

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