For I was hungry and you gave me food; I was thirsty and you gave me drink; I was a stranger and you took me in; I was naked and you clothed me; I was sick and you visited me; I was in prison and you came to me.  Matthew 25:35-36

We believe that we grow in faith by serving community. We are a family of believers and though we are a small church we don't believe that stop us. 


Our mission response to God’s call for service is a heartfelt expression of our love for God.

Our time, talent, and resources make a positive impact in our local, national, and worldwide communities.

Locally - Huber Heights FISH Food Pantry,

Dayton Foodbank, House of Bread

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Nationally and Internationally -

Bread for the World's "Offering of Letters"  and  Church World Service's Crop Walk

went virtual but we did it in 2020!



Cameroon became important to us because part of our family came to us from Cameroon. Cameroon is the country of origin for a family in our congregation, has been in a state of crisis for over years now.  Peaceful protests for equality and opportunity in the English-speaking regions have been violently put down by the French-speaking government.  Curtailment of internet service and arrests of protest leaders are being used to maintain control.  We have joined in the PCUSA's call to prayer and have communicated our support to the home church of our Cameroonian family and to the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon.


Valley Forge Elementary School - Currently on hold as we plan what this will look like in the future.

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 After some help from Faith Preschool we gave over 100 warm blankets last Winter Season to homeless individuals in downtown Dayton. We continue to create blankets to be donated to the Linus Project and those most in need. The lockdown never stopped the need and because of that we worked from home. Now the project is back in person so if you wish to help speak with Cyndi Adams or email All are welcome!


Even though we were in 2020 pandemic and many things are on hold we still were active!

- Presbyterian Church USA Special Offerings

- Presbyterian Disaster Assistance

- Adopt-a-Family

- Church World Service - Blanket Sunday, 

- Preschool had welcome kits, classroom     goodie bags, and so much more. We did our best to make the new school year friendly and bright.

So in 2021 we have new year and new hope that we can do all things in Christ who strengthens us!