mochap missions

We believe that we are the hands and feet of Jesus Christ, and are intent on growing the family of God in our own community and beyond.


If you are in need of food, clothing or other basics, we can help.

If you want to expand your faith by serving others, but don't know where to start, we can help with that too.


"I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink,

I was a stranger and you welcomed me." Matthew 25:35


WE serve those who are hungry.

In Forsyth County, 1 in 4 people lives at or under the poverty line. Many are food insecure within our own community, not knowing where they will get their next meal. Children are going to school hungry, unable to concentrate on their studies and pushing them further behind in their education. Working adults are having to choose between food, medications and keeping the lights on.


  • Food Pantry: Open weekly on Tuesday and Thursday from 10am-11am. We work in conjunction with Second Harvest Food Bank to provide food to those living within the 27051 zip code.
  • Community Thanksgiving Lunch: Annual event open to the community to enjoy a home-cooked meal, complete with turkey and all the fixings.
  • Meals on Wheels: We deliver meals to the elderly and home-bound on a regular basis, coordinating with the local Meals-on-Wheels chapter.
  • Weekend Feeding Program: We coordinate with local schools to provide a backpack of food to children who are at-risk for being hungry during the weekend when they don't have access to meals at school.

WE SERVE THOSE who need the basics.

The Clothes Closet was founded in 2014 as a Girl Scout Gold Award project by a young woman who saw the need for homeless teens who needed clothing. Now, the Closet has expanded to distribute clothing to all ages.

Click here for a list of hours and location of the Clothes Closet.


Gifts of Grace is a Christmas shopping event held to distribute clothing, food, and other necessities to families in need.


Clothing is also provided to communities outside of our own, including Jamaica, Armenia, and the Cherokee Nation.

We serve our global community.

Bethesda Center for the Homeless - we provide a monthly meal, devotion and prayer for clients of this homeless shelter in Winston-Salem. It is an invaluable connection to better understand why people are homeless, and how we can be better advocates for those who find themselves without a home. At the basic level, we pray for their needs and provide a warm meal.


Bluefields, Jamaica Partnership Project - we support and send mission teams to partner with the rural community of Bluefields, Jamaica, to build water catchment systems for those without access to clean water.


Operation Christmas Child- We are a collection hub for this ministry and send work teams to the sorting center in Charlotte to aid in this global ministry.


"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." ~Acts 1:8