We regularly send out willing adults and senior high youth on mission trips around the globe to work with our mission partners and gain a hands-on experience of global ministry. in the past few years we have been to the Dominican Republic and Guatemala.
We're continuing our church-wide recycling program! You'll find blue bins for paper throughout the church, and a bin for recycling aluminum cans and plastic bottles is located in the donation closet across from the library. We've eliminated using Styrofoam cups for our coffee each week by using 100 coffee mugs every Sunday morning .
Fourth Presbyterian Church is proud to be a participating church in IHN/United Ministries (Interfaith Hospitality Network). Through this organization, our church hosts families twice a year as they transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency. We provide overnight accommodations, meals, and fellowship. It takes many volunteers to make this important work happen.
Troop 19 is made up of about 35 boys, 2/3 of which are age 15 or younger.All of the adult leaders either have sons that are or were in the Program. We meet on most Tuesday nights from 7:00 to 8:30 PM throughout the School Year and go on a camping trip / outing once a month. We average one Service Project a month. Meet in the Youth Wing of Fourth Presbyterian – our Chartering Organization.