Mission

As part of the PC(USA), being "missional" is in our DNA.
We're attempting to connect with and serve our community, our city, and our world.
Learn about current projects and partnerships; then get involved!


Food Pantry & clothes closet

meneilly center @ mission Road & 99th Street

Our Meneilly Center for Mission houses a food pantry and clothes closet that serve thousands of of our neighbors in Johnson County. To donate items, just bring them with you to worship and place them in the wooden bins in the narthex. Check the Sunday bulletin each week for information about items that the food pantry and clothes closet need the most. During months when there is a fifth Saturday, volunteers from VOA have an opportunity to work in the Food Pantry. Click below for more info!


cross-lines

Cross-Lines Community Outreach, Inc. is an organization founded in 1963 that works to address poverty-borne problems with community solutions. On the second Friday of every month, Village Church cooks and serves taco salad. VOM takes the odd months of the year, and VOA volunteers during the even months. You can help by preparing the meal at VOA or by serving the meal at Cross-Lines. Or you can do both! If you call Laura in the VOA office, she will put you in touch with the folks who coordinate the VOA Cross-Lines volunteers. If you wan to know more about Cross-Lines, click the link below.


angel tree

Angel Tree is a program of Prison Fellowship. Its goal is to keep incarcerated parents connected with their kids through the delivery of Christmas gifts. Local volunteers donate and deliver gifts on behalf of the parent who often has no means to purchase, make, send, or deliver a gift. The Angel Tree program helps children of incarcerated parents feel less isolated and forgotten during this gift-giving time of the year. Village on Antioch has a long tradition of participating in the Angel Tree program. To learn more, click on the link below.


International Mission

Village Presbyterian Church is actively involved in mission around the world. Click the link below to learn more.