Park Cities Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Dallas, TX

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

COVID-19 Response Efforts

PCPC has formed a COVID-19 Response Team to respond swiftly, decisively, and appropriately to needs that have arisen and continue to arise due to the pandemic. This group is responsible for all PCPC relief efforts and coordination, both financial and non-financial, and they are proactively contacting ministry partners and church partners to assess needs. As you have a need or become aware of a need, you can e-mail it to

Current Projects

Food for Dallas Families

As the COVID-19 Relief Team has continued to communicate with nonprofit partners and community leaders around the city, food scarcity has been identified as a big concern. PCPC has partnered with Ben E. Keith to order bulk food product which is packed on a weekly basis by a small team of volunteers. Food is distributed to a few ministry partners each week for families in their communities. Food ordered will feed a family of four for three weeks, at $160 per family. We want to care for as many as 1,000 families, primarily in West and South Dallas.

Recipients as of May 6, 2020: Casa del Lago, Cristo Rey Presbyterian Church, North Dallas High School, PCPC ESL, Golden Gate Baptist Church, West Dallas Community School, New City Presbyterian Church

Filling Supply Needs

Funds contributed to the COVID-19 & Disaster Relief Fund are also being used to provide supplies such as hand sanitizer, toilet paper, feminine products, disinfectant, laundry detergent, etc. to ministry partners and neighborhood churches.

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Completed Projects

Festive Kitchen & First Responders – PCPC partnered with The Festive Kitchen to provide meals for families of first responders serving Highland Park, University Park, and PCPC – via Dallas Fire Station 11 on Cedar Springs Road. Each family received two frozen meals for three consecutive weeks, along with a thank you note from PCPC. Because of your generosity, over 550 family-sized meals were provided to first responders!

Hand Sanitizer – 55 gallons of 80% alcohol hand sanitizer was purchased from One Shot Distillery and distributed in bulk to ministry partners.

Voice of Hope – Fresh produce and dairy products were purchased and delivered to Voice of Hope for their weekly food distribution to community members.

BridgeBuilders – Funding was provided for BridgeBuilders staff to prepare lunches for two weeks, for children in the Bonton community.

Wondering how you can contribute?

If you would like to financially contribute to our COVID-19 & Disaster Relief projects, you can donate online or write a check to Park Cities Presbyterian Church with “COVID-19 & Disaster Relief” in the memo line. Once a project is fully funded, the Team will direct funds toward the next project or need.