Local and International Missions
The Church of Our Saviour supports local and international missions such as MOSAIC, Loudoun Hunger Relief and church planting around the world through the REC. We also specially support the Anglican Church in Cuba .
“It is our conviction that mission should be at the center of everything we are and do in the Reformed Episcopal Church. Every Reformed Episcopalian should be a missionary. Each parish should be a mission station. All committees at the parish, diocesan and national levels should factor mission into the center of the business first and foremost. Mission should be of the heart of every aspect of the Reformed Episcopal Church….”++Royal Grote, The Late Presiding Bishop of the Reformed Episcopal Church
Loudoun Hunger Relief
Please consider donating nonperishable foods, toiletries, or cleaning supplies to those in our community who are less fortunate. Donations may be left in the narthex. If you have questions, feel free to speak with Robbie Thompson, Our Saviour’s organist.
The Radiance Foundation
Sally’s Lambs is an outreach of The Radiance Foundation, a non-profit, life-affirming organization based in Purcellville, VA. Sally’s Lambs purpose is to celebrate birth-moms and adoption. One of the ways we show support is by providing Birth Mom Baskets. Every basket contains a Bible and devotional as well as other items to encourage the women in their choice for life. We work with pregnancy resource centers, adoption agencies and with birth-moms directly. A bin will be located in the narthex for donations at any time throughout the year. All items must be brand new. We cannot accept any type of clothing (slippers included) or used items. Donation Ideas: Women’s Bibles, Devotionals, Journals, Mugs, Nail Polish, Jewelry, Beauty Products, Chocolates/Sweets, Quality Body Lotions, Scented Candles, Gift Cards
For more information please visit radiancefoundation.org. If you have any questions, please speak with Joby Mitchell.
Among the missionary initiatives of the REC is REC 100. This initiative, begun in 2017, is dedicated to planting faithful Anglican Churches throughout the United States. This is an effort of the whole Church. As such, each adult is asked to make a $100 offering towards the ministry and mission of REC100 each Lent. Over $325,000 has been provided and/or committed to planters and missions through these Lenten Offerings so far. More than 1,000 souls have been reached by more than 20 church plants. Three of these plants are Spanish speaking congregations.
If you would like to support REC100, please make note of it on your envelope, in the memo line of your check or donate online through the Church website.