Our hearts and hands reach out locally and globally. Our community of faith is involved with outreach in many ways:

Victor UMC Clothes Closet

Shopping: We carry a wide variety of good quality, seasonal clothes and shoes, as well as linens and other items. If you are in need of anything, please stop by and shop for free, no questions asked.Open Mondays 4–6 pm; Wednesdays & Saturdays 10 am–noon.

Back-to-School: Each July–August, you can sign up to receive up to two backpacks per household through the Clothes Closet. Our church blesses the backpacks each year with a prayer that your children will have a safe, healthy, and happy school year.

Donations: Our donations shed is open 24/7 throughout the year. You can find it just off the driveway to the right of the church (from Main St.), near the accessible entrance.

Volunteers: If you would like to volunteer to help sort clothes or support shoppers, you can call or text Karen Hansen (585-703-7421) or leave a message for her at the church office.

Family Promise

Prior to COVID, we served as a Host Congregation for Family Promise of Ontario County four weeks each year. This meant hosting families at the church, providing lodging and meals, playing with children and helping with homework, etc.

Since 2020, Family Promise has begun housing families in apartments provided by the organization to offer a bit more stability over moving every week.

Our support is still crucial, however! During Hosting Week, we provide clothes for the families via our Clothes Closet (see below), and gift cards to help with purchasing food and gas. We also provide volunteers to help with apartment repairs and preparing apartments for new families to move in.

Currently, FPOC supports families in four apartments (and counting!), as well as five “graduate” families who have moved out of FPOC housing but still need some support as they move closer to full independence.

Victor/Farmington Food Cupboard

We provide school supplies for children through the Victor/Farmington Food Cupboard: pencils, composition notebooks, crayons, lined loose leaf paper, large pink erasers, pocket folders, scissors, glue sticks rulers, colored pencils, and pens (red, blue and black).

Serenity House

Fellowship in Town

Many of our lovely musicians perform during the Community Dinner at the First Presbyterian Church, where the Victor community gathers for a meal.

We also share with the Victor community during annual village events, such as caroling in Mead Square for Jingle Mingle!