Motivated by the love of God, our mission is to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and meet the human needs of our community in His name without discrimination.

In Matthew 25:35-39, Jesus said, "For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat. I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in. I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me."

Neelsville joyfully supports and partners with the following local ministries:

  • afghan refugee resettlement

    For the last 2 years Neelsville has been involved in helping 2 families from Afganistan resettle in Montgomery County. We need volunteers, but also financial support. You can support this effort on the NPC website by going to neelsville.org/missions/afghan-resettlement.

  • als walk

    www.als.orgEach fall, Neelsville members form team Take a Lapp for ALS to participate in the Walk to Defeat ALS in memory of our brother in Christ, Rodney Lapp.  We walk to raise funds towards a cure for ALS for all those who are fighting this disease and desperately need a cure.

  • american red cross blood drives

    There are 3-4 blood drives periodically at NPC each year.  You can find dates for blood drives at www.redcrossblood.org.  Search "NeelsvillePresbyterian" to find drives held at NPC.

  • christar

    christar.org - The vision of Christar is to cultivate Christ-honoring transformation in communities where He is yet to be worshipped.  Neelsville supports Steve and Kathi Amar who minister to Iranian and Afghan population in the metro Washington, DC area.

  • English to Speakers of Other Language (ESOL)

    neelsville.org/ministries/ESOL - Learn more about free English classes at Neelsville.  We offer classes each Saturday morning 9-11am from September through November and January through May.

  • germantown help

    germantownhelp.org - provides delivered emergency food up to twelve times a year; prescription assistance and Thanksgiving and December holiday help.

  • Inside Out dad

    One huge factor causing incarceration in our prisons is the lack of fathers in homes. This program teaches the men about the importance of fathering and skills to be a better father. Our volunteers go to Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Boyds, MD.  Want more information?  Contact Craig Wilson at cdw6@msn.com.

  • npc care pantry

    Neelsville has a small pantry of non-perishable food for our Germantown neighbors who need some assistance.  Please call the office at 301-972-3916 if you'd like to stop by during office hours (Mon-Thurs 10am to 4pm and Fri 10am to 1pm).  Extra donations that we receive are shared with Germantown Help.

  • Rebuilding Together in Montgomery County

    rebuildingtogethermc.org - with many volunteers performs home repairs and modifications for low-income homeowners. 301-933-2700.

  • Rockville Women's Center

    rockvillewomenscenter.comprovides free pregnancy counseling and support for women in a safe, confidential environment. Services include pregnancy testing, ultrasound, STD testing, abortion consultation, and medical/insurance/community support referrals.


    Each Christmas season, Neelsville coordinates with Germanton HELP to support local families with gifts and a Christmas meal. It is our prayer that each family will feel God’s love and be reminded of the true gift of Christmas.