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Local Mission

As Jesus said, From everyone to whom much has been given, much will be required (Luke 12:48). God calls us to mission work wherever there is need. It is the responsibility of the Local Mission committee to address the needs of Boyle County residents which is accomplished through a variety of ministries, including:

Showers of Blessings

Four to five times a year, our church collects much-needed items for an organization that is serving the Boyle County community. These items are collected in the designated boxes in the Fellowship Hall. Past recipients have included: Harvesting Hope, the Salvation Army, Wilderness Trace Childhood Development Center, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Sunrise Children's Home, and more.

Contact any member of the Local Mission committee if you have suggestions of an agency to receive these "blessings."

Visit Fellowship Hall to bring your donations!

Arnold Tower Dinners

Each month the church hosts a dinner for senior citizen residents at Arnold Tower to share in food and fellowship.

Here are some recipes that are favorites!

Amish Green Bean Casserole

Piquant Meat Loaf

Lemon Jello Salad

Salvation Army

During the Christmas season, our congregation raises money for the Salvation Army by serving as bell ringers at kettle stations, and providing gifts for the "Forgotten Angels" of the Angel Tree Program.

Cents-Ability Offering

On the second Sunday of every month, an offering is collected at the 8:30 AM worship, and the children of our church take up a collection of loose change during the 11:00 AM worship. A joint local and world mission project, all of the money collected feeds hungry people in our community and around the world.

Deacons Aid Fund

The Presbyterian Church is happy to offer financial support through our Deacons Aid Fund to these agencies working in Boyle County:


Boyle County Schools Family Resource Centers

BCTC/Adult Education GED Program

Big Brothers/Big Sisters

Court-Appointed Special Advocates CASA

Community Arts Center

Danville Schools Family Resource Centers

Family Services Association of Boyle County

Garden Club/Cancer Support Group Project

Grace Cafe

GreenHouse 17

Happy Feet

Heritage Hospice, Inc.

Kiwanis Club


Salvation Army

Senior Companion Program (Bluegrass Community Action Partnership)

Shepherd's House


The Gladys Project

Wilderness Trace Child Development Center

If your agency or organization is interested in receiving funding from the Presbyterian Church of Danville, please read and complete a grant application. Grants are accepted in September and October every year. Click here for information.

How You Can Help

If you would like to make a donation to the church's local mission efforts, checks can be made out to the Presbyterian Church of Danville with "Local Mission" in the memo line. Please mail checks to:

The Presbyterian Church of Danville

Attn: Local Mission

500 West Main Street

Danville, KY 40422

Local Mission Committee

The Local Mission committee meets the third Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM in Room 120. Meetings are open to anyone who is interested in serving. Current committee members are:

Claire Johnson

Don Porter

Laura Russell

Mark Hoebelheinrich

Maureen Beto

Melissa Caudill

Teresa Goggin

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