Outreach

Reach Beyond

Here at Memorial Park Church, we believe that as a family of Christ-followers, we are tasked to live out the unchanging word to serve an ever-changing world. 

Our outreach programs provide numerous ways to impact the local community for the better. 

Whether within the church or throughout the Pittsburgh area, we have opportunities for you to get involved and reach beyond. 

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

 

Outreach Opportunities

No matter where your interest lay, we’re sure to offer an outreach program that fits you. We have opportunities both within the church as well as in the local community. 

Missions Within Our Community

Looking to give back to the local community? Memorial Park Church has several programs where you can volunteer. 

From working with the homeless community and visitation to local nursing homes, to working on handyman projects for neighbors in need and collecting donations for clothing drives, you can get involved to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors.

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English as a Second Language (ESL)

You try to support your child in school but language is such a barrier! This is the situation for several parents/grandparents of MPC Preschool students as well as visiting families who attend graduate schools in the area. 

We have a wonderful opportunity to help.
 
The MPC Preschool and Outreach Ministries have united to offer English as a Second Language.
 
Are you willing to commit to meet with a pupil once a week for a few months to teach basic English communications skills? 

Are you willing to make a difference in the name of Jesus? No experience required.

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Military Ministries

Memorial Park Church’s Military Ministries is dedicated to helping our service men and women and their families.
 
We desire that every active military person we encounter know how grateful we are for their service and sacrifices and that they and their families are cared about, prayed for and supported. 

We want them to take comfort in knowing that we will care for their families while they are deployed so that they are free to focus on the tough challenges of their duty. 

We have several outreach opportunities both within the church and the community that support our military. 

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Special Needs Ministries

The Special Needs Ministry may not be Memorial Park’s biggest or most well-known ministry, but it is one that touches the lives and hearts of God’s often forgotten, ‘least of these’ who face difficult challenges in their everyday life. 

We have opportunities for volunteers who are willing to give an evening or two out of their month to love some very special children and adults. 

The blessings are immeasurable.

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More Volunteer Opportunities

Interested in getting involved in the church family? We offer several opportunities for you to volunteer within the church. 

From becoming a leader for our kids’ programs to welcoming visitors on Sunday mornings, we offer a number of ways you can serve with the Memorial Park family.

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Community Opioid Partnership Roundtable

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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