As we grow together in faith, we experience the love of God more fully and more deeply. We are called to mirror that love to our families, our neighbors, our coworkers, and our community, both locally and around the world. We do that individually, and we do that together as a church.

Truro Cares

Truro’s compassion and comfort services aims to alleviate, in the name of Jesus and by the power of the Holy Spirit, the physical and spiritual needs, suffering, and brokenness in Fairfax City and other neighboring communities in these four areas:


TIPS (Truro International Programs & Services) has been Truro Anglican’s “Bridge to the International Community” for more than 35 years.


We value the impoverished: “I know that the Lord secures justice for the poor and upholds the cause of the needy.” (Psalm 140:12)


We value the incarcerated: “I was in prison and you came to visit me.” (Matthew 25:36b)


We value the image of God in every human being from conception to death: “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.” (Genesis 1:27)

Throughout the year, we have opportunities to donate to and collaborate with community ministries and local entities. Everyone at Truro can find a place to serve, by volunteering, donating, and getting involved with Truro Cares.

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Truro Missions

Truro’s mission of reconciliation is committed to sharing the hope of Jesus Christ around the world through partners engaged in a variety of mission work.

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation;  that is, in Christ God was reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting to us the message of reconciliation.” (2 Cor. 5:17-19)

Truro Missions involves loving our neighbors...

Regardless of background, through relief work in poverty-stricken areas, education at all levels, investing in children and youth at risk, and supporting vulnerable women, all with the purpose of reconciling all people to God.

Our mission partnerships follow these four guidelines:

Same Values

Sharing the same mission, vision, and values of Truro, such as working ecumenically with different denominations and mission organizations, and sharing the Alpha culture.


Maintaining reciprocal contact with our partners. When possible, personal visitation from both ends.


Practicing mutual ministry and encouragement in service and faith.


Promoting and prioritizing individuals and organizations born and grown at Truro.



Truro partners with two ministries and one public school to provide assistance to individuals and families facing food insecurity, homelessness, and other needs.

Provides a critical safety net for people struggling to make ends meet through a wide range of relief including help with rent, utilities, food, counseling, financial counseling, school supplies, as well as spiritual support. They are working to eliminate poverty for the roughly 75,000 Western Fairfax county residents who live below the poverty line

Food Pantry Drive
WFCM Holiday Food Assistance (Easter and Thanksgiving)

Provides breakfast, lunch, showers, laundry service, Bible studies, employment opportunities, housing and job counseling, AA meetings, a nurse practitioner clinic, a dental clinic, and much more. Their emphasis is on providing a community of fellowship, support, empowerment, and learning together. Truro will hold donation drives of both food and personal care, laundry, paper and plastic food serving products and maintenance supplies.
Food and clothing drives based on their needs.

Thanksgiving Pantry Drive
October Fundraising Banquet

Truro provides donations to restock KJMS’s Hygiene Pantry every quarter. They serves about 60 low-income families and we also have the opportunity to supply families with take-home meals for the weekend.

Hygiene Pantry (quarterly)
Weekend Meals



We will lift those seeking life for their babies and creating new families through our partnership with Sanctity of Life Ministry. They offer compassionate support, education, and medical services to those facing challenging sexual health decisions. Truro will support them by encouraging personal participation in pro-life activities (Walk for Life, etc.) as well as physical donations for new moms and bi-annual fund raisers (Baby Bottle Campaign). We will also support SLM through our Christmas family-centered drive.


Due to inclement weather, the Truro campus will be closed on Friday, January 19.

Questions? Email [email protected].