At Cedarbrook, we’re building bridges to the local community by serving the needy. One of Jesus’ closest companions described him as one who went around doing good (Acts 10:38). As followers of Jesus, we are deeply committed to doing good, serving others by meeting needs in their lives that they may not be able to meet on their own. We’re here for the sake of others. We’re . . . HERE4GOOD.
The Clarksburg Closet is a clothing bank that provides quality clothing without charge to meet the needs of the Clarksburg community and its neighbors. We are a ministry of Cedarbrook Community Church and are located several doors down from the church at 23810 Stringtown Road Clarksburg, MD 20871. We are completely volunteer-run and we appreciate the support of our surrounding communities, including Clarksburg, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Poolesville and Frederick.
Sophia House is an emergency shelter for homeless women with issues related to domestic violence and long-term disabilities. Once a month, women from Cedarbrook provide residents with breakfast, dinner, and companionship.
Celebrate Life is a life affirming, grace filled ministry to unborn babies and their families. There is no more needy in our community than babies in the womb who have no voice to defend themselves. Our purpose is to support life at all stages, and believe that expressing Christ's love to the unborn and to their mothers and fathers honors God.
ESOL offers free conversational English classes between October and May, on Wednesday evenings from 7pm-9pm, to adult students in a classroom setting where fully trained caring volunteers provide the opportunity to practice English, learn pronunciation and communication skills while also learning about the American culture.