Mission Work

Mission work is central to our identity. We get a sense of joy and fulfillment in serving families in need. We donate time and resources to these programs, trying to be all we can as the hands and feet of Christ in the world.

Angel Tree gives us the opportunity to share Christ’s love by helping to meet the needs of children and families in our community. Gift tags on the Christmas tree specify needs for gifts for those less fortunate in partnership with the City of Bellevue Human Service Division.
The BackPack Program provides food for hungry children when other resources are not available, such as during weekends and school vacations. Staff members at local elementary schools identify chronically hungry students. Food Bank for the Heartland supplies packs filled with nutritious food for those children to take home on Friday afternoons.
The Bellevue Food Pantry, a local outreach program, provides food, paper products, detergent, and personal hygiene items to those in need in Sarpy County. Please take a colorful bag to fill and return it to the grocery cart in the narthex for distribution to the pantry.
The Backdoor Boutique, supported by various church groups and operated out of the First Baptist Church, serves an increasing number of families and individuals. Underclothes are rarely donated and are in great need. We collect undies each year to support this need.
Crossroads Connection ministers to inmates at Omaha Work Release Center and provides social services to former inmates who are transitioning to outside life. Quarterly we provide the meal and conduct a Sunday evening worship service attended by inmates, former inmates, sponsors and volunteers.
Good News Jail & Prison Ministry chaplains serve in the US and abroad. Our gifts help to reach inmates and staff with the Gospel and to disciple them for Jesus Christ.
Habitat for Humanity develops communities with people in need by building and renovating houses.
Open Door Mission, a Gospel Rescue Mission, is committed to breaking the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
Operation Christmas Child – Samaritan’s Purse delivers millions of gift-filled shoe boxes to boys and girls all over the world to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with children and their families.
Rev. Martin McDaniel Memorial Chapel, under construction in a poor rural Guatemalan village, honors the late Rev Dr. Martin McDaniel, pastor of the Murray Presbyterian Church for 13 years. Our church supports this mission project by donating construction funds. The chapel will serve families in El Cortijo and spread the message of God’s love.
Piecemakers quilters donate time and talent to create blankets for the Backdoor Boutique, native Americans, and Project Linus.
TeamMates – Tom and Nancy Osborne founded the TeamMates Mentoring Program to provide support and encouragement to school-aged youth. The goal of the program is to see youth graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education. Our church members our mentors one hour per week.
Youth Emergency Services (YES) serves youth in crisis. As the organization and the need to serve homeless and at-risk youth has grown, so have the YES programs.
Presbyterian Mission Outreach

  • Christmas Joy Offering helps families of active and retired church workers meet unexpected needs; it also supports racial ethnic education at Presbyterian-related schools and colleges.
  • Kikuyu Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya serves patients with specialty medical services and provides general hospital services to the surrounding area of over half a million people.
  • One Great Hour of Sharing supports PC(USA) projects.