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Cambridge Presbyterian has long held together Christian formation, community life, and missional engagement.  Ever since 1892, when 40 charter members purchased property at 1418 Cambridge Street, the church has had a continuous history of serving the local community and the wider world in the name of Jesus.  In every chapter of the congregation's life, God has faithfully sustained the community and formed it for the next chapter of ministry and mission.  The following are mission priorities and partners:


Youth on Fire (YOF), an outreach program of AIDS Action Committee, is a daytime drop-in center in Harvard Square serving homeless and street-involved youth aged 14 - 24.  Our church prepares a monthly meal for YOF and donates sleeping bags and tents to their clients.


Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices (BCPC) is an inner city crisis pregnancy center ministering through counseling, free baby clothes and equipment, and shelter referrals.


Boston Presbytery Support is our church's per capita apportionment to support the work of the PC(USA) denomination, including provision of resources and guidance for the two dozen churches of the Presbytery of Boston.


The Boston Food Justice Young Adult Volunteer Program (BFJYAV) is a Presbyterian program for volunteers aged 19 - 30, who spend a year living in an intentional Christian community in the Boston area and working for food justice.  In 2017-18 our church is hosted YAV Stuart Mapes who worked with Food for Free and the weekend Backpack program in Cambridge.


MIT InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (MIT-IV) and MIT Graduate Christian Fellowship provide Christian outreach to the undergraduate and graduate student bodies respectively at Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Young Life is a worldwide ministry which introduces middle school, high school, and college aged youth to Jesus Christ and helps them grow in their faith.  Our church supports a Young Life missionary family in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.


Seminary Internship Program offers field education for a seminarian, with supervision and mentoring by one or more elders in a church. Our church has a long history of mentoring seminary interns.


Africa:  LIFE Outreach International is a worldwide mission with outreach programs combating food insufficiency, water scarcity, water contamination, child trafficking, and clubfoot deformities.  Our church supports the Mission Feeding of African Children program which supplies a daily meal to thousands of children in various sub-Saharan countries.


Guatemala:  World Vision is a worldwide mission performing community development and emergency relief work, with emphasis on aiding children and the poor.  The children in our church sponsor a child in Guatemala through World Vision.


India:  Patkai Ministries supports indigenously run Christian schools for the Naga tribes. Our church supports these schools which cover education from primary through secondary and college.


South America:  Life Giving Water International is an engineering ministry helping rural communities in Ecuador and Peru develop sustainable running water systems.  Life Giving Water International also hosts mission teams from Calvin College to prepare young engineers for Christ-centered community development.


Spain:  Serge is a worldwide mission working to establish churches and transform communities.  Our church supports a Serge missionary family who planted an evangelical church in Spain 11 years ago, and have since shepherded that church and led English language summer camps.


Worldwide:  General Assembly Mission.  Our church gives to the Shared Mission Support which funds 9% of the PC(USA) Presbyterian Mission Agency budget.  This Agency directs 30% of its budget to World Mission.

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