Getting Involved in the Mission of DCPC
There are many ways to get involved with and support the mission of DCPC. Below is a link to a list of currents projects that have been organized by groups within DCPC to support community or global missions. There is also a link to community organizations supported by DCPC that are anxious to have volunteers. If you would like to join one of the groups planning mission opportunities for our congregation, please contact
News and Reports From Our Mission Teams
Day of Service 2021
160 DCPC volunteers cleaned up, fixed up, packed food, and painted for 22 agencies around our community on Saturday, November 6. To see a video of the volunteers at work, CLICK HERE.
Disaster Relief in Wilmington, NC
A team of DCPC volunteers travelled to Wilmington, NC on Sept. 26, 2021 to work with Presbyterian Disaster Assistance to repair a home damaged by a Hurricane Florence.
team with the homeowner
Scott and Elmarie Parker –
Mission Co-Workers to Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq
On Sunday, Oct. 24 we were privileged to meet with Scott and Elmarie Parker via zoom. They serve the church in Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq and joined us to share about some of the challenges and joys that they and the people they serve face every day. Take time to watch this video to learn more about how you can be in prayer for Scott, Elmarie, and the people of that region. Specifically, they ask prayer for the resiliency of the people, for healing from trauma, for wisdom and courage by political leaders, and for the health and wellbeing of the citizens and the church.
CLICK HERE to view the recording of the Zoom call.
Gerardo Arias Comples New Set of Murals.
This past year we were happy to partner with the Jubilee House in Ciudad Sandino to commission artist and friend Gerardo Arias to paint a series of new murals at Casa Ben Linder in Managua. The project is now complete and is a beautiful addition to the facilities there, providing hope, inspiration, and beauty to that city. CLICK HERE to see the originals walls and some of the process. CLICK HERE to see the completed murals. The artist himself provided the following text that helps to explain the symbolism and colors used in the murals. CLICK HERE