Christmas Donations for Families in Need

The Children’s Ministry is collecting items on December 5th - 24th to bless mothers and babies and those experiencing homelessness. TFCA will donate items to Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center (accepting donations thru Dec. 24th at Christmas Eve services) and The Lamb Center (accepting donations thru Sunday, Dec.15th). You can pick up a reminder tag by the Children’s Ministry check-in for the following items:

  • Diapers (newborn or size 1)

  • Sleepers and outfits (newborn or 0-3 mo.)

  • Baby blankets

  • Backpacks for adults

  • Winter hats and gloves for adults

  • WalMart gift cards (to give those who are experiencing homelessness a choice)

Partner Background

Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center was launched in 1985 and is located in the shadow of the US Capitol.  CHPC serves women and men in our nation’s capital, providing counseling, love and compassion, free pregnancy tests, baby clothes, and parenting classes (both at the center and at Washington, DC high schools). 

The Lamb Center is a daytime drop‐in shelter for individuals who are homeless in Fairfax, Virginia. The Lamb Center provides breakfast, lunch, showers, laundry service, Bible studies, employment opportunities, housing and job counseling, AA meetings, a nurse practitioner clinic, a dental clinic, and much more. 

Help Shepherd Our Children

God asks us all to love others as He has loved us. If you are considering a role blessing children this year as you honor God’s commandment, we would love to hear from you. There are plenty of ways you can step into this calling, we offer Shepherd roles, Teaching, Worship and Activity helpers to contribute to the spiritual formation of our church’s children. We even have organization and hospitality roles for those more interested in behind-the-scenes work. We are thankful for your prayerful consideration. Email Cheryl McKeon for details:

Expectant Parents Ministry: Pregnancy, Adoption and Foster Care

Welcoming a little one into a home is a wonderfully exciting time as well as exhausting and challenging. In I John, we are told “Dear children, let us not love with words or tongue but with actions and in truth.” (I John 3:18). For families who are expecting, have newborns or are fostering or adopting, this ministry seeks to provide support through our prayer ministry, meal delivery, letters, flowers and other support as needed. The ministry extends beyond these initial touch points and connects the families to the greater life of the church. To let us know how we can support you, or to sign up to volunteer through prayer, meals and flower deliveries, send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you!


Stella Butala
Early Childhood Coordinator

Rebecca Larson
Elementary Ministry Coordinator

Cheryl McKeon