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Local Outreach

Clarendon continues to provide fundraising events to support local ministries.  We sell coffee and pastries in an Election Day coffee bar at our church which is a polling place.  We sell Christmas trees which raised $7000+ in the first year and will have another Tree Lot  this year beginning November 26. Proceed will support the homeless, the marginalized and those with little food.  We built, planted, and cared for a garden supporting AFAC with fresh vegetables.  And finally, we have adopted an Afghan family in the US on a special visa for interpreters who have served with our servicemen in the Middle East.     


Help for the Homeless – this ministry includes support for programs such as ASPAN (Arlington Street Peoples Assistance Network) and THRIVE, the emergency agency that helps people with rent, utilities, healthcare related expenses and more   For more information about these two worthly organizations see:   and

Hunger Relief – this ministry includes support for programs such as Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) and Society of St. Andrew. Members of CUMC volunteer each month in bagging or distributing groceries at AFAC’s center on South Nelson Street.  (

Family Support – this ministry strives to help restore and strengthen families in crisis through support of programs like Doorways for Women and Families.  We also support an Aghan family fo five that is in US on a special visa for interpreters with our service men in combat.  We have helped provide assistance in getting his drivers license, provided some financial assistance and we work with No One Left Behind ( the organization that has sponsored his transfer here. 

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