We engage with our mission partners to:
- End poverty and hunger
- Restore communities impacted by disaster
- Promote peace and transform cultures of violence
- Promote solidarity with people
- Promote solidarity with Creation
For more information on each of these areas, click here.
Matthew 25 Bold Vision
North Wilkesboro Presbyterian Church (NWPC) is a Matthew 25 church.
What does this mean?
Matthew 25:31–46 calls all of us to actively engage in the world around us, so our faith comes alive and we wake up to new possibilities. This bold vision focuses on three areas, and each church focuses on one area for their community.
The three areas are:
- Building congregational vitality
- Dismantling structural racism
- Eradicating systemic poverty
NWPC has chosen to focus on eradicating systemic poverty in our county. In order to do this, we realize that we must also build congregational vitality and address structural racism. We work closely with our sister church, Beulah Presbyterian Church, and our mission partners to address poverty including, but not limited to, food insecurity.
For example, Beulah PC joined NWPC during the 2022 Lenten season to collect food items for Wilkes Ministry of H.O.P.E., a non-profit service provided to Wilkes County families through the Brushy Mountain Baptist Association; and Wilkes Recovery Revolution Inc., a non-profit organization founded by an NWPC member for those struggling with addiction that restores hope, repairs lives, and rebuilds community.
Read more about the PC (USA) Matthew 25 mission.
Our Bold Vision
To accomplish our bold vision of eradicating systemic poverty we: volunteer with local non-profit organizations; collect food, clothing, materials, school supplies, and other items; allow non-profit organizations to use our building for meetings or working with parents and children; help individuals pay bills with Matthew 25 funds; and provide financial support to various organizations.
Our monthly donations go to the following Wilkes County Programs: