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The members at Salisbury Presbyterian Church are involved with new mission projects on a continual basis.  Check here to see how you can volunteer in our community or donate items to those in need.

Disaster Relief Effort: The tornado disaster in Oklahoma, Superstorm Sandy in the North East, the devastating typhoon in the Phillippines or the suffering caused by Ebola all over our world: These are all disasters that have resulted in many deaths and displaced families; tragedies affecting the hearts of those all over our country and our world. We can feel helpless when things like this occur, but there are ways for us to reach out and support those who are able to help. Here are a couple places where you can direct needed funds and donated materials:

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA): http://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/pda

United Methodist Committee on Relief: www.umcor.org

SPC Garden: We have a beautiful garden composed of raised beds located on the far side of the field on the right side of the church property. The produce we grow is shared with those who benefit from the work of Shalom Farms. We also continue to work alongside the thriving ministry of Embrace Richmond as they seek to equip and strengthen the communities of the inner city while connecting their work with those of us in the surburban church.  If you are interested in being part of this wonderful ministry project, please contact either Rev. McGuire at emcguire@thesalisburychurch.org or Rob Gordon at biovisual22@comcast.net