In honor of Sanctity of Life Sunday on January 13th, we’re kicking off two ways to support mothers who have chosen life:

Car Seat & Pack ‘n Play Donation Drive (Assist Pregnancy Center)

Donate a car seat or a pack ‘n play to share grace with local moms! Donations can be dropped off in the Grand Foyer in McLean between January 16 – February 13, or ordered online and delivered to McLean Presbyterian Church. Please donate new items only. 


Requested Car Seat Models in Neutral Colors:

Requested Pack ‘N Play Models:

Bottle Drive (Capital Hill Pregnancy Center)

Fill baby bottles with extra coins and bills! Through February 13, pick up empty bottles and drop off your full ones in the Grand Foyer at McLean.

Our church family is committed to the value and dignity of human life — for the unborn, newborns, children, adults, and the elderly, too. As a church, we joyfully partner with several ministries affirming that dignity.

Assist Pregnancy Center shares the love of Christ with individuals facing unexpected pregnancies. Located in an international community in Annandale, Assist serves women and families from many cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center ministers to the material, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of women and men facing an unexpected pregnancy. They provide support and counseling grounded in the love of Jesus.

Embrace Grace is a 10-week Bible study for mothers facing an unplanned pregnancy, who have chosen life for their baby. The study provides expecting moms with a deeper understanding of the gospel, connection with a church community, and a baby shower providing needed resources.

Project Belong inspires, recruits, and resources churches and families in Virginia to foster and adopt in order to spread the love of Christ to children in crisis. They work to unite churches with organizations, government agencies, and businesses so that no child is waiting for a home.

Active Compassion to Saints Ministry seeks to provide worship and fellowship for Christians, as well as share the gospel with those who don’t know Jesus at local nursing homes. Volunteers visit these nursing homes to sing, pray, read Scripture, and spend time with residents.


Matt Lietzen
Assistant Pastor of Missions
[email protected]