New Ways to Make a Difference
We are committed to being ready in any season and in all circumstances to serve our church, communities, and world. There are lots of ways for you the get involved, wherever you are.
Pray without ceasing.
Because it’s the most important thing we can do!
For our communities and those directly affected by COVID-19
Safety & Wisdom
For healthcare workers, political leaders, and public health administrators
For businesses, organizations and individuals with financial challenges
For our local and global partners affected financially and relationally
For God’s protection and for the swift end to this pandemic
“For God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.”
2 Timothy 1:7
Be the hands and feet of Jesus.
Find opportunities to serve and learn more about how Seacoast is making a difference.
During this time, we strongly encourage everyone to follow state and local guidance and the guidelines set by the CDC.
Learn about local organizations accepting donations and offering assistance to those in need.
Information from the medical community on COVID-19, and how to have a virtual visit with hospitals.
Helpful information for individuals, families and businesses about mitigating financial impact.
Get valuable resources for battling addictions and addressing abuse — right where you are.
Local Outreach Efforts
There are lots of ways to help us make a difference across our campuses.
Dream Center Pantry
North Charleston Open only on Thursdays, 9 – 11 am. Accepting non-perishable food donations daily in the bins located between the Clinic and Worship Center buildings. Need volunteers for drive-up distribution. Learn More ›
Dream Center Food Truck
North Charleston Monday lunches and Sunday dinners are being provided to the homeless in the Charleston area. Accepting food donations, gloves, disposable plates, wipes, and waters. Volunteers are not needed at this time. Learn More ›
Dream Center Clinic
North Charleston Open Thursdays 9 – 11 am to refill prescriptions for existing patients ONLY. No testing or new patients will be accepted at this time. Learn More ›
West Ashley Food Pantry
West Ashley Delivering food to those in need. Volunteers needed to assist with food orders. The Commodity Supplemental Food Program Senior Food Box is also available at this campus. Learn More ›
Summerville Food Pantry
SummervilleFood Donations may be dropped off Monday – Thursday, 12pm–5pm. Learn More ›
West Ashley and Mount PleasantCar Care is currently only serving those whose vehicle issues are preventing them from getting to work. Learn More ›
Lowcountry Food Bank
Seacoast Campuses Packaging Disaster Relief Boxes and looking for volunteers to sign up for different blocks. Learn More ›
East Cooper Community Outreach
Mount PleasantDistribution occurs Tuesday – Thursday, 10am – 2pm. In need of non-perishable food, specifically canned meals that only need to be heated. Learn More ›
Meals on Wheels
Mount Pleasant Making services available to anyone who is quarantined due to the virus or at a high risk. Learn More ›
Our Lady of Mercy
Johns Island Donate or pick up canned goods and non-perishable foods to Our Lady of Mercy Food Pantry. Learn More ›
Irmo Relief Team
IrmoDuring this time of uncertainty, the Seacoast Irmo Campus has established a relief team to help people with needs as they arise. Learn More ›
Greenville Donate canned good or non-perishables, or if you need food for your family. Visit our Blessing Box. Learn More ›
James Island Outreach
James IslandProvides food and monetary donations to the community. Learn More ›
*As the situation continues to evolve, serve opportunities are likely to change. Check with organizations regularly for updates. See our Local Missions partners for more information.
Your giving enables us to serve our cities and our world.
We rely on the generosity of our people, especially during this season when we cannot gather together in person.
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Stay connected with your church family.
Continue to gather together in worship, connect with others, and find resources to encourage and enrich you and your community.
Church at Home
Seacoast is one church with many locations, and one of those locations can be right where you are.
On the Go
We love connecting on the weekends, but On the Go is all about the rest of your week.
Even if you can’t meet physically, there are still some ways to experience community.
Stay connected with your small group.
A long time ago, Jesus reminded us that community is essential in our faith because it helps us experience more of God’s presence. Even if you are not be able to meet together physically, there are still some ways you can experience the kind of community that can encourage and challenge us. Decide on a rhythm and stick with it. If you choose to meet in person with your group please follow CDC guidance and limit the size of your gathering.
We encourage you to continue meeting together with a virtual meeting application of your choice. Here are some recommendations.
Free video, message, calling features. Access through Google account. Host up to 10 people. Get started ›
Unlimited free video minutes. Host up to 25 people. Get started ›
Download the app and video chat. You don’t have to be live. Group or one-on-one conversations. Get started ›
Video and audio group meetings for multiple people, available through Seacoast IT. firstname.lastname@example.org ›
We invite you to use the small group resources we make available to you each week as well as many other great resources.
Current Series Discussions
Download the group discussion from the weekend message. Choose a message and click Group Discussion or access through the Seacoast App.
Online video library of small group curriculum and resources. Choose from Right Now Originals for small group material. Set up a free account through Seacoast by texting “RightNow Seacoast” to 41411