MPC Raises $88,000 for Social Ministries

The Moscow Protestant Chaplaincy raised $88,000 on Saturday, November 15th during its annual Harvest Ball to support MPC’s social ministries. The annual fundraiser began in 2009 as a way to share our work and raise much needed funds to support the medical advice center, feeding programs, and drop-in center. Thank you to our generous benefactors!

Click here to see photos from the evening!

If you would like to make a gift to support MPC’s ministry in Moscow, please give generously through our partners at the Presbyterian Mission Agency. Your gift will be forwarded to MPC. All gifts are tax-deductible for U.S. tax payers. 

The Moscow Protestant Chaplaincy is an international, multidenominational Christian ministry serving the English-speaking community of Moscow. The Chaplaincy was established in 1962 by the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. to provide Protestant ministry to the English-speaking diplomatic community.  Today, the Chaplaincy is a dynamic and diverse ecumenical Christian community that nurtures faith in Jesus Christ, seeks God’s justice, and welcomes all people.  MPC is a shared ministry of The United Methodist Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Reformed Church in America, the American Baptist Churches USA, and the Presbyterian Church (USA), but its membership draws from nearly 30 nations and as many Christian traditions. MPC is a member of the Association of International Churches in Europe and the Middle East and the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia.