Zion Reformed Church of Christ engages with the community in the following ways among others:
Tuesday’s Supper & 1-Stop Shop
Every Tuesday from 5-6:30pm in the lower-level of church. Free dine-in dinners for ALL and the 1-Stop Shop Food Pantry. Lower-level entrance located in rear of building via Suter Avenue.
Micah’s Backpack Monthly Collection
Help us “fill the truck” for our Micah’s Backpack program by donating the requested item for each month to fill the truck for Micah’s Backpacks which help feed neighborhood children over the weekend. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated! Give online here, select “Micah’s Backpack” as the fund.
The Cinderella Shop at Zion Reformed UCC has been providing beautiful, gently used gowns for proms and other formal events for 17 years. All gowns are $25 each, paid in cash or with a check made out to REACH of Washington County. All proceeds go directly to REACH of Washington County. The Shop is open every Saturday in March from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. 
Resource Fair
We serve the local community serving those in need (homeless, indigent, low income) with information on how to receive local services. Some of the groups present will include CASA, Community Action Council, Children In Need, Medication First, and Change Health System, etc. There will be resource information available as well, such as lists of clothing and food banks.
Dinner Theatre – annually we provide a marvelous Dinner Theatre for the community.

We also collaborate in service with:

4-H Clubs
4-H is one of the most powerful youth development programs in the world. 4-H has the ability to connect youth from all corners of a county, state, country, and globe. Our program opens doors for young people to experience new things, meet new people, forge relationships with caring adults, and have perhaps their first exposure to colleges and careers.  Washington County 4-H has 17 community clubs located throughout the county. Youth ages 8-18 may join as regular members and those ages 5-7 may join as clover members. Each member chooses the project areas in which they are interested. 
If you have questions specific to the Downtown Hagerstown 4-H Club, please contact group leader, Kim Ridenour at or by phone at 240.313.0709.
Children in Need
Providing each Washington County, MD child living at or below the federally recognized poverty level essential items and educational supplies to ensure their success in school.
Hagerstown’s Community Rescue Service
CRS serves the citizens of Hagerstown and the surrounding communities by providing professional, timely, and quality emergency medical, rescue, and fire ground service.
Hagerstown’s Community Free Clinic
Community Free Clinic is a “safety net” provider for Washington County residents who are uninsured.
United Church of Christ’s Wider Mission
Supporting the domination’s mission priorities through special mission offerings. . Our Church’s Wider Mission provides funding for the work of UCC Conferences and for the work of the UCC’s national ministries.
The Hagerstown Area Religious Council (HARC) is a coalition of faith community partners in Washington County, Maryland.
Reach of Washington County
Reach of Washington County is a nonprofit, faith-based organization serving Washington County since 1990. We are part of a network of local service providers and local congregations to assist low income impoverished families and individuals during times of financial crisis.
United Way of Washington County
A rallying point for attracting and fostering leadership to advance collective action. Specifically, we:
• Convene cross-sector stakeholders to identify and collectively address priority community issues in Education, Financial Stability, & Health
• Acquire and leverage resources and assets toward achieving shared community goals;
• Support a collaborative network assisting individuals in meeting their most basic needs;
• Inspire all community citizens to LIVE UNITED in our mission by giving, advocating, and volunteering.