About PCC

The Presbyterian Community Center brings together a coalition of Christian resources from throughout the Roanoke Valley, including churches, caring volunteers, professionals, and financial contributions for a ministry designed to help our most needy neighbors through prayer and a wide assortment of mission activities. Established in 1967 to provide for the residents of Southeast Roanoke, the PCC today assists families and individuals living in the eastern quadrants of Roanoke City, eastern Roanoke County, and the Town of Vinton.

 

The Presbyterian Community Center is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and cash donations to our mission are tax-deductible.

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PCC In the news

New mural adds a pop of color to Southeast Roanoke

WDBJ, May 4, 2020

Big Lick Tran Tug is this weekend

WDBJ, September 19, 2019

Teams participate in annual Big Lick Train Tug fundraiser

WDBJ, September 29, 2018

Think you could tug the 611 train? Show your strength for a good cause!

WSLS 10 News, September 7, 2018

2017 Big Lick Train Tug kicks off this weekend

WDBJ, October 6, 2017

Presbyterian Community Center helps those in need

Roanoke Times, September 14, 2006 Updated Jun 6, 2019