Christ Presbyterian Church Mission Statement Is:

“Sharing Christ’s Truth and Love.”

Local Mission Partners

This is accomplished by being deeply rooted in the truth of Jesus Christ as revealed to us in God’s Word and then reaching out to help meet the needs of our community, nation, and world. Below are our mission partners with whom we have worked over the past several years.

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Huntington City Mission

Huntington City Mission has long been a valuable resource to persons struggling with homelessness in our community. The Mission provides housing, clothing, meals, counseling, and support thru a Christian environment.

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A New Beginning Pregnancy Resource Center

A New Beginning Pregnancy Resource Center is pro-life and pro-eternal life and provides a safe place for pregnant mothers and fathers to receive training, counseling, and loving support in a Christian environment. Parents are able to earn “Baby Bucks”, which may be used to purchase clothing, toys, and many items needed to properly care for their baby.

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Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House Charities is a safe and welcoming place for parents to stay (free of charge) while their child is in the hospital.

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Golden Girl Group Home

Golden Girl Group Home in Kenova, WV, is for girls and young women who have been abused or abandoned. Our CPC Women’s group visits the home several times a year with activities and to share God’s love with the young residents of Golden Girl.

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Facing Hunger Foodbank

Facing Hunger Foodbank is one of the most active mission partners in the Tri-State area, serving 17 counties in West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. Food boxes are developed that match dietary requirements with medical conditions. CPC supports the Foodbank financially by funding the food boxes for Mountain State Centers for Independent Living.

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Mountain State Centers for Independent Living

Mountain State Centers for Independent Living provides many types of assistance for clients in need. CPC provides funds for 75 clients to receive food boxes each month. Many of these boxes are medically indicated for people with heart/lung issues, diabetes, chemotherapy, or other special dietary requirements.

Big Creek Team Center

Big Creek Team Center in War, West Virginia is a new group to our outreach ministries. Our youth go for a week of leading a sports camp in the summer, along with youth from South Carolina. There is a time to share the Gospel Message during the camp. They also work together on several community projects. Our members have also provided Christmas gifts for children in need.

National Mission Partners

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World Changers

World Changers visits Huntington every summer, bringing 200-300 youth and adults to work on the homes of financially troubled residents. Work has included steps, painting, storm doors, windows, handicap ramps, vinyl siding, and roofing. Christ Presbyterian has hosted two or three crews each year, providing Worship on Sunday and lunch throughout the week.

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Bowling Green, KY

Bowling Green, KY was hit by a devastating tornado in December 2021. CPC was able to provide many gift cards for Lowe’s, Home Depot, etc., to Living Hope Baptist Church in Bowling Green to distribute to those in need as they continue to rebuild.

Eastern Kentucky

Eastern Kentucky received widespread flooding destruction in July 2022. CPC again met the challenge with gift cards for victims. These cards were delivered to and distributed by the staff at First Baptist Church Whitesburg in Letcher County.

International Mission Partners

Gallito, Peru

Members of Christ Presbyterian have visited and worked with the Church in the tiny village of Gallito, Perú on the Amazon River many times over the years. Support has been provided for Pastor Edwar Oroche to help bring God’s word to the people in the village. CPC has staffed a medical clinic and provided a water catchment system to gather rainwater, purify it with chlorine, and share clean, safe drinking water to the village.


As war broke out against Ukraine in 2022, CPC began looking to partner with organizations assisting refugees. CPC currently supports the following organizations that are ministering to these refugees:

  • Salvation Army of Eastern Europe
  • The Outreach Foundation – provides assistance to refugees through local churches.
  • Roads of Hope – has traditionally rescued children and youth in abusive situations and as victims of human trafficking in Europe. They have 35 safe houses and a 200-capacity camp that they have converted to current housing and helping refugees.
  • St. Sophie, Brüssow, Germany houses many Ukrainian women and children and is preparing apartments in their manse and church for these refugees to be housed long-term.

Location & Weekly Schedule

Christ Presbyterian Church is located at 5730 East Pea Ridge Road in East Huntington (mailing address: P.O. Box 1329 Huntington, WV 25714), right off of Rt. 60, across from the Pea Ridge Plaza Shopping Center.

We gather for worship at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday, with Sunday School classes preceding worship at 9:30 a.m. We also host a series of Bible Studies and small group gatherings throughout the week. Please see our Adult Discipleship (hyperlink here on Adult Discipleship) page for a fuller description and gathering times for Bible Studies and small groups.

Sunday School for All Ages:

9:30 a.m.

Coffee Fellowship:

10:15 a.m.


10:30 a.m.

Middle & High School Youth Group:

Sundays Following Worship
(12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.)