Local Missions

Local Missions at the West Ashley Campus of Seacoast Church exists to equip and empower Christ followers to meet the physical and spiritual needs of at-risk and struggling individuals in our community. In order to maximize impact, we have chosen to focus on building mutually life-transforming relationships. In addition, we seek to highlight opportunities to serve the community through a variety of other non-profits who embody the spirit of Matthew 25:35-36.

Adopt-A-Block

This is a monthly serve ministry to a local West Ashley Neighborhood. The volunteer team meets the 1st Saturday of the month in the neighborhood to mow grass, puck up trash, organizing community picnics and events and sharing God’s love. For more information on how you can get involved contact Mac Mood at (843) 375-1089 ext 1501.

Food Pantry

The Seacoast West Campus families and the Lowcountry Food Bank partner to assist our local community residents with donations of groceries and vegetables and donated baked goods. While we serve over 100 families each week there is always a need for food donations and or volunteers. We also assist these families with a clothes closet and a job search team. For more information on how you can get involved contact Becky Lind at (843) 408-1519.

The U.S. Dept of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation in order to receive food donations and USDA donated food. Everyone has a right to file a complaint if they feel that they have been discriminated against. We are an equal opportunity food pantry.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity, is an international, non-governmental, and non-profit organization, which was founded in 1976. Habitat has been devoted to building "simple, decent, and affordable" housing and is a self-described "Christian housing ministry," and has addressed the issues of poverty housing all over the world. We volunteer during the "builds" mostly on Saturdays, 3 or 4 times a year. For more information on how you can get involved contact Becky Lind at (843) 408-1519.

Healing Farms

Serves young adults with developmental disabilities such as Autism/Aspergers and other syndromes in an effort to help promote interdependence for the families affected in the Charleston area. Opportunities to be a buddy, help with the urban farm, and “mentor” with them as they visit the library and grocery stores and other activities. For more information on how you can get involved contact Mary Tutterow at (843) 388-5622.

Hope Lodge

Hope Lodge is an American Cancer Society home that’s provides free, temporary housing for cancer patients and caregivers. A group from several Seacoast campuses serve a meal and then plays Bingo with the patients and caregivers monthly. For more information on how you can get involved contact Mary Helen Swift at maryhelenswift@seacoast.org.

Lowcountry Furniture Bank

The LFB exists to improve the lives of transitional families as we distribute used furniture, beds, and essential household goods to families that are in need of these provisions. Moving furniture and helping to set up the new home are part of our volunteer tasks for this ministry that meets most Saturdays in the am. For more information on how you can get involved contact Steve Paterniti at (843) 532-0395.

Lowcountry Pregnancy Center

We volunteer alongside as we partner with The Lowcountry Pregnancy Center. LPC serves women of all ages, as well as their families, husbands, boyfriends and friends. LPC want clients to know that they are not alone when facing an unplanned pregnancy, and LPC is there to offer help, medical services, referrals and assistance.

ReStart

ReStart is a volunteer group made up of individuals and professionals of all ages from various industries and backgrounds. The goal is to develop a broad network of engaged people who need help finding employment. We do this by providing a biblically based framework and tools to enhance in the job search as we partner with the Restart team.

Stono Park Elementary

Stono park Elementary is our local support school. We volunteer to read with 2nd graders during their DEARS time, assist with events, and provide teacher appreciation meals. There are numerous ways to serve our children and the teachers at Stono Park School. For more information on how you can get involved contact Pam Strieter at (843) 647-0473.

Take It To The Streets

This is a community serving ministry sharing the love of God to students and families in a North Charleston neighborhood meeting the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month at 2:00pm at Wye Lane Park off of Dorchester Rd. Join Jesse and the team as they lead Family Field Days and neighborhood Fellowship times. For more information on how you can get involved contact Jesse Williams at (843)636-3935.

The Bair Foundation

The Bair Foundation Child & Family Ministries exists to provide quality care & services in a family setting for children and adolescents who cannot remain with their families. The primary mission of our Foster Care program is to ensure the safety and well-being of foster youth while working with their families of origin in their reunification efforts and/or family placement. We serve as foster parents and/or Foster Family resource and respite assistants. For more information on how you can get involved contact Brittany at (843)766-4158.