Community Missions

Go therefore and make disciples of all nations

Matthew 28:19

We are committed to living out our Christian calling to love and serve those in need.
For more information about how to become involved with any of the community programs and ministries below,
please contact the church office and we will talk with you about how to get started.

Delivery from PFC

PFC will start delivering to seniors in the Pittsford area in January 2021. Please download the pdf to read more about if you qualify, and how to order.


Pittsford Food Cupboard

The Pittsford Food Cupboard serves the needs of Pittsford, Brighton, East Rochester, and certain areas within the City of Rochester, NY.

Their motto is
Feeding Hope, One Family at a Time.

Each week, we collect a variety of non-perishable items such as paper towels, canned goods, peanut butter, and boxed goods with our weekly offering to donate to the Pittsford Food Cupboard.

For more information, please visit their website.

Rochester Community Food Cupboard

The people in our church bring donations of food every Sunday of the year, which are taken that week to either the Pittsford Food Cupboard or the Community Food Cupboard of Rochester, serving the Northeast Rochester and Irondequoit communities.

For more information, please visit their website.

Cameron Community Ministries

Cameron Community Ministries is an Urban Outreach Community Center in the Lyell-Otis Neighborhood of Rochester, NY. Ninety-eight percent of residents in this neighborhood live in poverty.

Their mission is to provide hope to our community through emergency services, engagement, education and empowerment.

Cameron offers youth after-school and summer programs, free hot lunches every day, an emergency food pantry, and a clothing/housewares facility.
For more information, please visit their website.

Coffee Connection

The Coffee Connection empowers women in recovery from addiction through their work as interns and employees in a nonprofit wholesale and retail coffee business, selling only fair trade, organic coffee. Our church supports this program through sale of their coffee, volunteers from the congregation, and financial donations.

For more information, please visit their website.


Rochester Area Interfaith Hospitality Network (RAIHN) is a not-for-profit, interfaith, culturally-competent organization who helps homeless families achieve sustainable independence. RAIHN provides families with personalized case management and job resources and partners with area churches to provide shelter and food.
In the past, members from UCP have  prepared and served meals and spent time with the families . We continue to support this mission through special projects throughout the year.
For more information on RAIHN,
please visit their website.

And More:

Fairport Baptist Home
Flower City Work Camp
Veteran's Outreach Center
Elderberry Express
Open Door Mission
We also maintain an emergency assistance fund, supported by gifts to the Deacons Fund (given on Communion Sundays, the first Sunday of the month).