The children at QHCC have come together to make colorful bookmarks in order to raise funds for the  Reformed Church in America's Gift of Hope  program. As a result they were able to collect enough money to provide one working water well for a village, six goats for milk, and seven broods of chickens for eggs! 


The children at QHCC have come together to make colorful bookmarks in order to raise funds for the Reformed Church in America's Gift of Hope program. As a result they were able to collect enough money to provide one working water well for a village, six goats for milk, and seven broods of chickens for eggs! 


Every year for Valentine's Day, QHCC sends cards and candy to our veterans who reside at St. Albans Veterans Home. It is so important to remember them and thank them for their service!

QHCC enthusiastically supports those in need, most especially through
Church World Service, which responds to tragedies with food, blankets and emergency supplies. 

We also actively support City Harvest. Please click here to find out more about this wonderful organization.

QHCC has donated money for the relief to countless persecuted Christians who have suffered tremendous loss in northern Iraq. The Reformed Church in America has joined forces with the Presbyterian Church to coordinate the most effective means of getting support to those in need. 

We also support the Reformed Church and its mission in Japan, and Rev. Abraham Kist-Okazaki, a former pastor at QHCC.  Click here to read his occasional blog posts.

We thank you and wish you many blessings!