Outreach


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​Our Church is active in meeting the needs of our community.  We support the local charities listed below with our time, talent, and treasure from funds raised at our annual Fall Festival.  So far our grants have totaled $137,950.

Angels of Mercy Medical Clinic

A free clinic which provides compassionate quality health care to the uninsured residents of the greater Williamsburg area, Charles City and New Kent Counties.

Avalon

An organization which provides a 24-Hour Help Line,  and helps women and children who are victims of abuse with emergency and transitional housing, counseling, life skills, legal advocacy, and other supportive services.

FISH

​FISH is a volunteer agency that provides emergency help to residents of the Greater Williamsburg Area.  FISH depends entirely upon a caring community for food, clothing, and cash donations.


On the third Sunday of each month parishioners bring grocery bags of food for donation to the FISH food pantry.

From His Hands

Provides meals to people in the Grove area. Hickory Neck parishioners prepare the meals at St. Martins and then serve them at the Grove Christian Outreach Center.

Good News Jail & Prison Ministry

Provides chaplains to America’s jails and prisons. One small way that Hickory Neck supports this ministry is with book donations.

Greater Williamsburg Outreach Mission (GWOM)

An organization made up members from twenty-three churches in our area addressing the needs of the homeless.

Kairos

The mission of Kairos Prison Ministry is to bring Christ’s love and forgiveness to all incarcerated individuals, their families and those who work with them, and to assist in the transition of becoming a productive citizen.

Latisha's House

An organization dedicated to giving young women trapped in the sex industry a new beginning and a safe place to call home.

Proclaiming Grace Outreach

An organization whose mission is to address the needs of their community by providing food, clothing, and other services to help the disadvantaged and those with economic hardships in lower New Kent and upper James City Counties.


The Salvation Army Transitional Housing

A program to provide housing, counseling and mentoring to help families and individuals get back on their feet.

The Salvation Army

Angel Tree

A program where parishioners provide Christmas presents to children in need.

United Way of Greater Williamsburg Community Resource Center

An organization, in partnership with the faith community, which provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, health services, employment/job resources and referrals to other services.

Williamsburg Faith In Action

An organization that helps people to continue living in their homes.

Williamsburg Walks the Talk

A group of volunteers who provide counseling and assistance to clients who are being released from the county jail.

Winter Emergency Shelter (COFM)

Support for the Community of Faith Mission (COFM),  a group of local area churches that provide meals and a warm/safe evening housing/shelter for the homeless during the winter months.  Hickory Neck Church partners with St. Martin's to provide shelters for two one-week periods, one week at Hickory Neck Church and one week at St. Martin's.


Fall Festival

The Fall Festival is an annual fundraising event sponsored by Hickory Neck that involves over 125  parishioners who come together to raise funds for the various local charities that Hickory Neck Church supports.

Contacts:  Dave Hartsough & Co-Chair - TBD