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Fellowship House

The Hunters Woods Fellowship House is a living facility for seniors and low-income residents.  It is part of the Lutheran based Fellowship Square Foundation.  Located just two doors over from CTS, we consider ourselves to be “in partnership” with Fellowship House.  We assist with meals to the residents and often include them in our special activities such as picnics on the plaza.  Some of the residents worship with us on Sundays.

Serving Lunch at Hunters Woods Fellowship House
Tuesday Outreach Lunch for the Homeless at Christ the Servant

CTS Food Pantry

We are currently supporting the South Lakes High School food pantry. You can bring your non-perishable food items to the church office and they will be delivered to the SLHS collection site. The SLHS food pantry serves an average of 135 individual students and 125 families per week. Learn more here.

Other Service and Partnerships

Pastor’s Discretionary Fund: The pastor is frequently asked for help with food, rent, lodging, medical bills, and other needs.  Members of our congregation regularly contribute to the Pastor’s Discretionary Fund.  Distributions from the fund are strictly confidential.

Women’s Homeless Shelter: N Street Village in Washington, D.C., operates a shelter for homeless woman.  We serve a lunch there on the first Saturday of each month.  We welcome new volunteers.

N Street Village Logo

Cornerstones is a nonprofit organization that promotes self-sufficiency by providing support and advocacy for those in need of food, shelter, affordable housing, quality childcare, and other human services.  CTS has a seat on their board and we include them as part of our regular benevolence.

Cornerstones Logo

Gifts of Hope is an annual Christmas opportunity for members to provide for the daily needs of individuals and to help a variety of social service and church-related agencies locally and overseas.

Gifts of Hope Logo

Christ the Servant also works with the Fellowship Square Foundation, which offers older adults and people with disabilities well-managed, safe, and attractive apartment living at four locations in the Washington, D.C. area where they would otherwise be unable to find affordable housing.

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