Mission & Outreach


Mission & Social Outreach



Community Suppers

Connecting to our Church’s mission, we welcome Islanders in need of fellowship and a good meal every Wednesday during the difficult winter months of January – April. Our Community Suppers are known for their warm hospitality and good food. Last winter we served almost 1200 people/meals.


Equal exchange

Equal Exchange's mission is to build long-term trade partnerships that are economically just and environmentally sound, to foster mutually beneficial relationships between farmers and consumers and to demonstrate, through our success, the contribution of worker co-operatives and Fair Trade to a more equitable, democratic and sustainable world.


mission of the month

Our Mission is to identify, evaluate, and support local and global causes that call for our response. We are committed to educate and inspire our church family to engage in meaningful opportunities that benefit our local community as well as our neighbors around the world.


houseS of grace - island shelter program

The Houses of Grace winter shelter program begins Sunday, Jan. 1, offering shelter every night of the week through March 31 for those who need a warm bed due to homelessness, lack of heat or simple hospitality. Men, women and families are all welcome. Bedding, dinner and breakfast are provided. 





Green team

Climate change is an emergency that our denomination and all communities of faith are called to respond to actively. We invite all interested members and friends to help form a "GREEN TEAM” to identify and implement steps our congregation can take to promote stewardship of God's creation.

If interested, please contact David Fielder (email: drfisherdavid@gmail.com, phone: 508-684-8086) or Office Administrator Karen Gerlach (email: wtiscong@comcast.net, phone: 508-693-2842)


crop walk

The Martha's Vineyard CROP Hunger Walk is an annual event in which we join as a community to raise funds to fight hunger globally and locally.