Arlington Presbyterian Church (APC) is located in the heart of a vibrant and changing community. Our range of activities includes, each described in detail below:

  • Arlington Interfaith Council
  • CROP Hunger Walks
  • Local Mission and Outreach
  • Overseas Mission Support

Arlington Interfaith Council

APC is a proud member of the Arlington Interfaith Council (AIC). This group of local religious congregations works together to meet urgent and ongoing human needs in our community.

Crop Hunger Walks

APC members regularly participate in the Arlington CROP Hunger Walks, which are designed to take a stand against hunger in our world and raise awareness and funds for international and local hunger-fighting. Members also grow or bake items for our summertime CROP Table. For more information, contact the church office.

Local Mission and Outreach

As residents of Arlington, Northern Virginia, & the Washington Metropolitan area, we are acutely aware that many people in our area have special needs. APC provides financial support to local organizations working with those in our community who face homelessness, hunger, alcoholism or drug abuse, the need for medical care, illiteracy, and domestic violence. Examples of these organizations include:

    • Arlington-Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless (AACH)
    • Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC)
    • Arlington Free Clinic
    • Arlingtonians Ministering to Emergency Needs (AMEN)
    • Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing (APAH)
    • Arlington Street People's Assistance Network (ASPAN)
    • Community Residences
    • Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia Northern Virginia AIDS Ministry (NOVAM)
    • Offender Aid and Restoration of Arlington County (OAR)
    • Volunteers of America (VOA) Shelter

Overseas Mission Support

APC is also developing a close relationship with the ministry efforts of Reverend Samuel Bissé of the Eseka Presbytery in Cameroon. Reverend Bissé oversees serveral prayer ministries, as well as heads an orphanage and agricultural training school within the Presbytery. Fifteen children under Reverend Bissé’s care were able to attend school for one year because of the financial assistance provided by APC in 2007.