Mission Projects

We support local, regional and international mission projects in line with Central Presbyterian’s Mission Statement.

International Projects

Partnership with Trinity Methodist Church in Accra, Ghana

Using scholarship monies from the Squires Memorial Fund, we supported the Reverend Francis Acquah in his Masters and Doctoral studies in the United States. The Rev. Dr. Acquah has now returned to his native Ghana and teaches at Methodist University College Ghana. We have a continuing relationship with Trinity Methodist, the church he first pastored. Read more…

CPC Members with Rev. Dr. Francis Acquah and officials of the Methodist University of Ghana

CPC Members with Rev. Dr. Francis Acquah and officials of the Methodist University of Ghana


First story of the Trinity Methodist Church school.

First story of the Trinity Methodist Church school.

National Projects

Livingston County CARES

Beginning in January 2006, several members of our congregation traveled to Biloxi/Gulfport, Mississippi to assist in rebuilding houses of individuals affected by Hurricane Katrina. Livingston County CARES made a 10-year commitment to this region and, under the leadership of Dr. Tom Matthews, volunteers from SUNY Geneseo, the community, and Central Presbyterian Church have traveled to this region to work with local individuals and organizations. You can read more about these efforts on their website http://communitycare.geneseo.edu/.

Local Projects

Parish Outreach Center, Inc.

In addition to supporting this Center with our monies, several of our members volunteer as Board and staff members to serve the needs of the uninsured and underinsured people of this region. The Center is located at the Geneseo United Methodist Church, 520 Genesee Street, and provides health care including mental health services.

Geneseo-Groveland Emergency Food Pantry

The first Sunday of each month members of Central bring food to the church to be distributed at the food pantry.