Mission Prayer Request: Medical Benevolence Fund

Medical Benevolence Fund is concerned with providing better health care in partner countries; Kenya, DR Congo, Malawi and Haiti. In the midst of extreme poverty their mission hospitals struggle to meet health needs and share the love of Jesus Christ. The current goal is to reduce maternal and infant mortality rates in Malawi by providing … Continue reading »


Mission Prayer Request: Bay Area Rescue Mission (BARM)

We are proud of the work done by BARM in reaching out to the needy providing meals to the hungry, beds for the homeless, and spiritual support for anyone in need.  BARM, however, needs our prayers because the needs far outweigh its ability to provide help.   Pray for increased giving by BARM’s supporters and for … Continue reading »


Mission Prayer Request: Tara Chase, Frontier Fellowship

Tara Chase, Frontier Fellowship.  Note the name change.  FPCC has supported the Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship for many years.  During the last year, Tara has led a group working on a rebranding, including their website, now at frontier fellowship.com.  Check it out.  Their core purpose remains the same.  Please pray that God will carry the organization … Continue reading »


Mission Prayer Request: Monument Crisis Center

Monument Crisis Center has had a busy December, delivering Holiday Food Boxes and special gifts, emphasizing warmth (blankets, hats and scarves and grocery gift cards) donated by supporters, to their many homeless and needy clients.  Please pray that donations and volunteers may be available to continue to help the less fortunate during the cold and … Continue reading »


Mission Prayer Request: El Puente – a Bridge in the Community

El Puente – a Bridge in the Community – is a multi-ethnic ministry centered in the Monument Neighborhood of Concord.  It serves youth and families through service and support.  Its main ministry is with students of Oak Grove Middle School and Ygnacio Valley High School.  Please pray for additional volunteers so badly needed to interact … Continue reading »