"For many years, Burke UMC has nurtured relationships with organizations in the community that carry out work that we believe in. Rather than doing every little thing ourselves, we have found partners who do work that we deem is important (and know how to do it right) – and we support them in ways they need."
Jane Wilson talks about our community partner relationships and the ways you can get involved this holiday season!
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Rising Hope UM Mission Church
Their primary focus is to build intentional relationships and friendships amongst the least, lost, lonely and left out of the Rt. 1 corridor south of Alexandria in Fairfax County. These relationships are forged through the meeting of basic needs
The Lamb Center
The Lamb Center is a daytime drop-in shelter for poor and individuals experiencing homelessness in Fairfax, Virginia. They provide a variety of services without cost to our guests, including breakfast, lunch, showers, laundry service, Bible studies, housing and job counseling, AA meetings, a nurse practitioner clinic, a dental clinic, and much more.
FACETS serves individuals and families who are homeless, low income, unstably housed, and at-risk of homelessness in Fairfax County.
The mission of Just Neighbors is to provide high-quality immigration legal services to low-income immigrants, asylees and refugees in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia; and, to build community among clients, staff, volunteers and the larger society through education, advocacy, and volunteerism.
Bethany House is a place where women and children seek refuge from abuse and trauma, and we need your support to continually serve our community.
Arise Campus Ministry is an LGBTQ+ affirming and welcoming campus ministry at George Mason University. We serve the George Mason and NOVA communities by being an organization dedicated to loving and growing closer to Christ.
Through sustainable agriculture and hands-on experiences, Shalom Farms works with communities in the Richmond area to ensure access to healthy food, and the support to lead healthy lives.
Helping Others (ECHO)
ECHO is an all volunteer, 501(c)(3) charity, gives food and financial help to people with short-term emergencies, and provides clothes and household items to people with low incomes.
As the humanitarian relief and development arm of The United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Committee on Relief assists United Methodists and churches to become involved globally in direct ministry to persons in need.