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Local Missions

Seacoast is dedicated to making a difference in its local communities. Our campuses offer several ways to serve in their own backyards.

ABCCM

Community Outreach

ABCCM

Community Outreach

ABCCM is a local nonprofit in Asheville, NC committed to serving those who are in need in Buncombe County.  They offer a variety of services through their Crisis Ministry which has four locations throughout the county, Homeless Ministry which offers transitional housing for men and women, Medical Ministry (medical, dental, and pharmacy needs), Jail Ministry, and Donations Ministry.

For more ways to serve visit : www.abccm.org

More information:

Supported by: AVL
Adopt-A-Block

Dream Center

Adopt-A-Block

Dream Center

Groups of volunteers serve people in the neighborhoods surrounding the Dream Center. Volunteers meet at the Dream Center for prayer and worship before hitting the streets!

 

More information:
More Information
Supported by: MTP NCH
Barrier Island Free Clinic

Community Outreach

Barrier Island Free Clinic

Community Outreach

Barrier Island Free Clinic provides free medical care to low-income, uninsured adults that live or work on Johns, James or Wadmalaw Island. Volunteer opportunities are available for medical and non-medical persons.

Visit  for more information about volunteering.

More information:

Supported by: JMS JHN
Benefit Counselors

Community Outreach

Benefit Counselors

Community Outreach

As an addition to the current food pantry services, the Summerville Campus is in the process of training a team of counselors in partnership with SC Thrive.

These counselors will be available at specified times to help walk individuals through the processes of applying for Medicaid, SNAP, and other common assistance programs.  Contact SummerZimmerman@seacoast.org if you are interested in becoming a Counselor!

More information:
Skip Thompson
Supported by: SVL
Brookdale Assisted Living

Community Outreach

Brookdale Assisted Living

Community Outreach

On the fourth Monday of each month, we go to Brookdale Assisted Living where we sing, pray and fellowship with the residents there.

More information:
Debbie Dixon
Supported by:
Bus Ministry

Community Outreach

Bus Ministry

Community Outreach

The Dream Center bus ministry started as a way to get people to church and each weekend we pick up more than 50 individuals who wouldn’t otherwise be able to get to church. As transportation is a major issue for a lot of our families, we know that this has the potential to provide so much more – a way out of their current situation and a bridge to transformation!

Volunteer drivers are always needed to help transport people to church, who otherwise would be unable to attend. Contact Leroy for more information.

More information:
More Information
Supported by: MTP NCH
Car Care Ministry

Community Outreach

Car Care Ministry

Community Outreach

The Car Care Team provides oil changes and other safety repairs for the people in the Greater Charleston area who are experiencing financial hardship.

We accept donations of new and used tools in good condition. Monetary donations also accepted through Seacoast Church West Ashley.

Volunteers are also needed in the following areas:

  • Serve as a mechanic (on-the-job training provided)
  • Serve on the leadership team

For more information, please contact Kathy Kelly by email, or at 843-364-2182.

More information:
Kathy Kelly
Supported by: WST
Car Care- Seacoast Auto-Care Ministry (SAM)

Community Outreach

Car Care- Seacoast Auto-Care Ministry (SAM)

Community Outreach

Providing auto repair and care for those who need assistance. Volunteers are needed for check-in, prayer, set-up and clean-up, and to repair/maintain cars (training provided if needed).

Supported by: MTP
Central South Carolina Habitat For Humanity

Community Outreach

Central South Carolina Habitat For Humanity

Community Outreach

Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, Christian housing ministry that believes that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Help build houses with your small group, a buddy or come solo.

More information:

Supported by: IRM
Clarendon Christian Learning Center

Community Outreach

Clarendon Christian Learning Center

Community Outreach

Clarendon Christian Learning Center is always interested in finding people willing to invest in the spiritual growth of students. The work of volunteers and donors allows this ministry to continue to impact students in Clarendon County.

Volunteer opportunities include: teaching, cleaning, minor repairs, technical support and more! For more information visit: www.cclcmanning.com/

Contact: Eric Brown- ericbrown@ftc-i.net

More information:

Eric Brown
Supported by: MNG
Congregational Care

Congregational Care

Local Missions

We want to be a church family that is generous with our time, talent, and resources and be available to those in our congregation during times of need. We need your help to support our widows, single parents, families with parents out of work, and new mommies
Examples of ways you can serve: Prayer, Donating items in good usable condition, Providing meals, assisting with household tasks: plumbing, carpentry, painting, car maintenance, help with moving, driving people to the grocery store or appointments, etc.
More information:
Becky Fuller
Supported by: AVL
Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center

Community Outreach

Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center

Community Outreach

Serving with families & professionals on behalf of children that have experienced abuse. Volunteers needed as a Child Advocate 1-2 hours/week, workday projects, special events, clerical.

Deenortoncenter.org

More information:
Kayla Ancrum
Supported by: MTP
Disaster Recovery Network

Community Outreach

Disaster Recovery Network

Community Outreach

This nonprofit works to help families who were impacted by recent large scale natural disasters by rebuilding their homes. The work is done largely by both local and out of state volunteer groups who are directed and supervised by a licensed builder. Materials are funded through grants and donations.

Contact Ryan Scott to learn more about how to support this mission!

More information:
Ryan Scott
Supported by: JMS JHN MCC MTP NCH SVL WST
Dream Center Clinic

Dream Center

Dream Center Clinic

Dream Center

The Dream Center Clinic (DCC) is a free medical and dental clinic serving the residents of North Charleston, West Ashley and Hanahan. The DCC provides primary care, disease management, as well as dental and vision care. Our clinic relies on volunteers. We need medical doctors and dentists, advanced practitioners, nurses, non-clinical staff, and interpreters to provide quality patient care. Non-clinical volunteers can help check in patients and offer prayer and encouragement.

Additional Dream Center Clinic Information

Tax deductible donations
Our clinic could not operate without the generosity of many individuals and businesses from around the city. donations can be made online at: dreamcenterclinic.org or by mail:
Dream Center Clinic
5505 North Rhett Ave
North Charleston, SC 29406

Supported by: MCC MTP NCH
Dream Closet

Dream Center

Dream Closet

Dream Center

The Dream Closet clothing outreach provides gently used and new clothing to men, women and children in the community through donations. The Dream Closet serves an estimated 19,000 individuals each year and has several drives throughout the year to help with school uniforms, winter coats and blankets.

Donation drop off locations can be found at the Dream Center or at the Seacoast Mount Pleasant Campus.

More information:
Laura Lewis
More Information
Supported by: MTP NCH
Dream Pantry

Dream Center

Dream Pantry

Dream Center

Many families must choose between rent and food. The Dream Center alleviates one choice through our emergency food assistance, providing groceries through a personal touch and communicating a positive message to each family. An estimated 50,000 meals have been provided through the Dream Pantry to our community. Volunteers needed.

More information:
More Information
Supported by: MTP NCH
E3 Mentoring Program

Dream Center

E3 Mentoring Program

Dream Center

The E3 mentoring program matches at-risk youth (third grade through high school) with professional and community mentors on a one-on-one basis.

Volunteer opportunities include: mentoring a student, joining a prayer team, or making a financial commitment.

 

More information:
Natasha Simmons
Supported by: MTP NCH
East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO)

Community Outreach

East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO)

Community Outreach

ECCO helps families with a range of services including food, clothing, emergency financial assistance, medical and dental care, and counseling. Also available are education opportunities including computer skills training, financial literacy workshops, and job preparedness. Volunteers needed in the food warehouse, clothing store and clinic.

More information:
Rachel Vane
Supported by: MTP
East Cooper Habitat For Humanity

Community Outreach

East Cooper Habitat For Humanity

Community Outreach

Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, Christian housing ministry that believes every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Help build houses with your small group, a buddy or come solo.

More information:
More Information
Supported by: MTP
Expanding the Table

Community Outreach

Expanding the Table

Community Outreach

This Summerville-based outreach provides hot meals to members of our community who are homeless or simply in need of a hot meal.  Originally created by Ashley Ridge Church, the meals are delivered via a food truck to strategic locations around Summerville on a weekly basis. Volunteers meet at the Seacoast Summerville Campus every Thursday at 6:00 PM.

More information:
www.expandingthetable.com
Supported by: SVL
Feeding the Homeless

Community Outreach

Feeding the Homeless

Community Outreach

The 3rd Saturday of each month, volunteers serve a meal to the homeless in our community.

More information:
Katie Nash
Supported by: COL
Fields to Families

Community Outreach

Fields to Families

Community Outreach

Volunteers partner with the local farmers to gather fresh vegetables once a week during harvesting seasons and deliver to West Ashley Campus for distribution to food pantry clients in need of fresh vegetables.

More information:
Carol Biering
Supported by: WST
Food Pantry and Clothes Closet

Community Outreach

Food Pantry and Clothes Closet

Community Outreach

Seacoast Manning partners with United Ministries of Clarendon County’s Food Pantry and Clothing Closet. Volunteers are needed to sort and organize donations and serve those in need of assistance.

More information:
Hank Boudreau
Supported by: MNG
Foster Care

Foster Care

Foster Care

Foster Care

The Seacoast Greenville Campus strives to support foster children in our community by wrapping around the families who welcome them into their home.

We bring meals, collect items to fill material needs, and offer free babysitting. In addition, we educate our members about specific needs and serving opportunities within the foster system.  As a church, we acknowledge that not everyone is called to be a foster parent, but we believe that everyone can help in some way.

More information:
Debby DeRosa
Supported by: GVL
Foster Care: Licensing

Foster Care

Foster Care: Licensing

Foster Care

Seacoast Church has partnered with the SC Foster Parent Association and Heartfelt Calling to provide licensing classes each month for people who would like to become licensed foster parents. For more information and next steps, contact Laura Lewis.

More information:
Laura Lewis
Supported by: MTP
Friday Night Street Ministry

Community Outreach

Friday Night Street Ministry

Community Outreach

Every Friday night, volunteers provide a meal and prep the food to be delivered to the homeless on the streets of North Charleston and Downtown. Help is needed preparing the food ahead of time. This is a great serve opportunity for a small group! You can also help deliver the food and pray with the people on the street. Please contact Kim Lookabill if you would like to get involved.

More information:
Kim Lookabill
Supported by: MTP NCH
Good News Clubs

Community Outreach

Good News Clubs

Community Outreach

Seacoast’ Summerville Campus has partnered with the Good News Clubs to sponsor after school clubs at both Nexton and Cane Bay Elementary Schools.  These clubs take bible teaching to elementary aged kids who may have no other opportunity to learn about Jesus.  

Contact Pam Mcintosh for more information, or visit  www.cefonline.com/ministries/goodnewsclub/.

More information:
Pam McIntosh
Supported by: SVL
Habitat For Humanity ReStore

Community Outreach

Habitat For Humanity ReStore

Community Outreach

The Long Point ReStore is a partnership between East Cooper Habitat and Seacoast Church. Proceeds for all sales are used to build Habitat homes and fund Seacoast’s local missions ministry.

Volunteer opportunities include: cashiers, warehouse sorting, display set-up and other projects.

The ReStore also accepts donations of gently used furniture, appliances, construction materials and household items. To schedule a pick-up, please call: 843.376.3783 or drop items off at: 469C Long Point Road, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

Supported by: MTP
Honey Do Gathering

Community Outreach

Honey Do Gathering

Community Outreach

“Tackling the honey do list one house at a time.”
This is a men’s small group that meets to help each other complete their honey do list. They occasionally work together on other service projects, outside of the group.
More information:
Will Chapman
Supported by: AVL
Hope Lodge (Cancer Patients)

Community Outreach

Hope Lodge (Cancer Patients)

Community Outreach

Hope Lodge is an American Cancer Society home that 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.

More information:
Cindy Blackman
Supported by: WST
iFace

Community Outreach

iFace

Community Outreach

You can share the love of God with the nations at our doorstep- become an iFACE Friendship Partner (family) or English Conversation Partner with an international student studying here in Greenville. Today we have more than 600 international students representing over 42 nations at local universities & English language schools right here. It is a wonderful way to fulfill God’s command to serve the alien or sojourner and live out the gospel for them to experience. What a fun and strategic opportunity God has given us!

More information:
Lea Ann Wright
Supported by: GVL
James Island Elementary

Community Outreach

James Island Elementary

Community Outreach

Get involved in tutoring, helping with standardized testing, and lunch duty.  We also adopt families for Christmas and have an annual school supply drive.

More information:
Sarah Eller
Supported by: JMS
James Island Outreach

Community Outreach

James Island Outreach

Community Outreach

James Island Outreach coordinates crisis relief and ongoing assistance (emergency food, medicine, and utility assistance) for neighbors on James Island. Volunteer opportunities include: administrative assistance serving on the distribution team on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, or picking up excess food from grocery stores, restaurants.

More information:
Sarah Eller
Supported by: JMS
Journey Together Ministries

Foster Care

Journey Together Ministries

Foster Care

Journey Together Minisstries (JTM) is a 501C3 non-profit organization committed to serving vulnerable children and supporting foster and adoptive families. You can serve on a Journey Team and provide support by providing meals, transportation help, prayer or helping in the resource closet. If you are a foster or adoptive family in need of support and encouragement, we would love to connect with you.

Prayer

Are you and/or your small group willing to pray for foster children, foster & adoptive families, and birth families? Prayer changes everything!

Meal Ministry

If you would like to come alongside a Seacoast foster family by providing a meal during a time when they may be transitioning a child into their home, or working through a particularly challenging season, we invite you to join a meal team.

Resource Closet

Accepts donations of new or gently used clothing & shoes sizes birth to 18 years old, diapers, wipes, bottles, pacifiers and new car seats. Donations and volunteer sorters needed.

 

Supported by: MTP
Ladies Serving Ladies- Service Small Group

Ladies Serving Ladies- Service Small Group

Local Missions

This is a women’s small group that serves other women within the church and in the local community by helping each other with projects around their homes. 
More information:
Marilyn
Supported by: AVL
Lowcountry Furniture Bank

Community Outreach

Lowcountry Furniture Bank

Community Outreach

The Lowcountry Furniture Bank exists to improve the lives of residents of Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester Counties by partnering with the tri-county communities for distribution of essential home furnishings to displaced or homeless individuals who secure housing.

Supported by: WST
Lowcountry Orphan Relief

Community Outreach

Lowcountry Orphan Relief

Community Outreach

Lowcountry Orphan Relief 

Providing basic necessities for children in foster care and also children in need within the community. Volunteers needed in the warehouse, to become a neighborhood captain, and to help at children’s events.

Lowcountryorphanrelief.org

More information:
Christina Lope
Supported by: MTP
Lowcountry Pregnancy Center

Community Outreach

Lowcountry Pregnancy Center

Community Outreach

The Lowcountry’s premier pregnancy and sexual health resource center, offers free pregnancy testing, nurse consultations, medical referrals, and occasionally free ultrasounds.

Parenting Classes and Fatherhood Classes are also available, and clients can earn while you learn’ and stock up on baby gear.

Please contact Carrie for more information.

More information:
More Information
Supported by: MTP
Magdalene House of Charleston

Community Outreach

Magdalene House of Charleston

Community Outreach

A nonprofit recovery home for women facing addiction, offering an opportunity to recover and learn life skills in a safe environment with encouragement, accountability, and structure.  Their program consists of case management and individual treatment plans that align with the 12 steps of recovery.

Led by Liz Milligan, a longtime member of Seacoast Church. 

Learn more at www.magdalenehouseofcharleston.org

More information:
Liz Miller
Supported by: SVL
McClellanville Food Pantry

Community Outreach

McClellanville Food Pantry

Community Outreach

The McClellanville Campus partners with Ocean Grove United Methodist Church. With the collaboration of others, this ministry served over 1,400 clients in 2017. Please help us continue and grow this vital ministry that serves our community. Our collection site is located next to the children’s check in.

More information:
Ryan Scott
Supported by: MCC
Meals for Seacoast Single Moms Small Group

Single Moms

Meals for Seacoast Single Moms Small Group

Single Moms

A prepared meal is so helpful to the Seacoast Single Moms small group. These women meet for Bible Study on Friday nights. Please consider bringing a meal for the group. For more information, or to sign-up, contact Mary Chris.

More information:
Mary Chris Delcioppo
Supported by: MTP
Miracle Hill Ministries

Community Outreach

Miracle Hill Ministries

Community Outreach

In 1937, Miracle Hill Ministries began as a soup kitchen and small rescue mission in downtown Greenville. Since then, they have grown with the Upstate — expanding to meet the changing and diverse needs of homeless, hungry and destitute people. Miracle Hill operates four adult shelters, three children/youth shelters, and eight thrift stores. They are home to two highly successful, Christ-centered addiction recovery programs: Renewal for women, and Overcomers for men.

Please contact Tom Paudler and visit Miracle Hill Ministries to learn more about the many ways to serve our community.

Supported by: GVL
My Sister’s House

Community Outreach

My Sister’s House

Community Outreach

This nonprofit operates an emergency temporary shelter for victims of domestic abuse and their children, serving residents in Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkeley Counties.

More information:
mysistershouse.org/
Supported by: MTP
North Charleston Dream Center

Dream Center

North Charleston Dream Center

Dream Center

The North Charleston Dream Center provides resources and opportunities to low income, homeless and under-served individuals and families in North Charleston and Hanahan to move toward self-sufficiency through building relationships, education and training. Our vision is to establish a community of resilient people whose lives have been transformed and they share that with others.

Supported by: MTP NCH
One80 Place

Community Outreach

One80 Place

Community Outreach

One80 Place provides food, shelter and critical support services to help individuals, veterans, and families turn their lives around. Volunteers are needed in many capacities.

More information:
More Information
Supported by: MTP
One80 Place and Furniture Bank

Community Outreach

One80 Place and Furniture Bank

Community Outreach

Pick up, sort, prep, clean & repair donated furniture for veterans, homeless & ex-prisoners who are moving into new housing & a new life. Moving assistance to help One80 Place guests who are moving into their own home. Volunteers also needed to collect and assemble move-in kits.

More information:
Tom Young
Supported by: MTP
Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach

Community Outreach

Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach

Community Outreach

Our Lady of Mercy provides a variety of resources to the local Johns Island and Wadmalaw Island community including, but not limited to: a dental clinic, an OB/GYN clinic, a clothing closet, food pantry, ESOL classes, GED classes.
The Johns Island campus holds several drives a year to support these resources. (School supply drive, food drives for their food pantry and any other needs that arise).
OLM also has opportunities for individuals to volunteer with their many classes, food pantry, etc. We even have a small group that provides dinner once a month for the ESOL students so there are lots of opportunities to serve! Contact Jennifer Meshanko to find out more about individual and small group serve options.
More information:
Jennifer Meshanko
Supported by: JHN
Outreach Closet

Community Outreach

Outreach Closet

Community Outreach

Members and community members donate food, clothing, small household items, baby items for families in our church and community in need.

Volunteers are needed to sort and organize donations and serve those in need of assistance.

More information:
Suzanne Owens
Supported by: COL
Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health

Community Outreach

Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health

Community Outreach

Seacoast has a team of volunteers that meets weekly with and ministers to children and teenagers living at Palmetto Summerville.  Residents come from a variety of systems, including Public Schools, Foster, Department of Juvenile Justice, and more.  Many face tremendous behavioral and mental health challenges, and need the love and consistent involvement of people who care.

Contact Don and Betty to learn more.

More information:
Don and Betty Best
Supported by: SVL
Prison Outreach

Community Outreach

Prison Outreach

Community Outreach

Jim Wright is a long-time member of Seacoast who has pioneered and led a weekly outreach to men at both MacDougal and Allendale Prisons.  Jim has been instrumental in the creation of a “Character Dorm,” as well as a fully functional and productive community garden.  He has also taken various forms of job training to the inmates.

Contact Jim to learn more about how you can get involved.

More information:
Jim Wright
Supported by: SVL
Quilting Team

Community Outreach

Quilting Team

Community Outreach

The Quilting Team meets at the church and quilts together. The quilts are used to bless various people and organizations in our community. Quilters of all ages and skill levels are welcome to join.

More information:
Debbie Dixon
Supported by:
ReStart Conference

Community Outreach

ReStart Conference

Community Outreach

The ReStart Career Community is a volunteer organization of human resource professionals and executives of all ages from diverse industries and backgrounds. The goal of the ReStart Career Community is to reach out to individuals in the greater Charleston area with the love of Christ and provide the support and tools needed to be successful in their search for better, more satisfying employment. ReStart was founded in 2011 and has since trained over 1800 individuals seeking better work opportunities via multiple Career Conferences and Workshops; earning a 95% approval rating by participants. ReStart also offers individuals local Community Groups, which provide ongoing support to conference and workshop participants and needing support with additional tools for their job search.

More information:
Tom Young
Supported by: MTP
Ronald McDonald House

Community Outreach

Ronald McDonald House

Community Outreach

Families staying at the RMH travel far from home and spend weeks or months getting treatment for their seriously ill or injured children. Our volunteers provide meals and hope to these families.

More information:
Don Copley
Supported by: COL
Sea Island Habitat for Humanity

Community Outreach

Sea Island Habitat for Humanity

Community Outreach

Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, Christian housing ministry that believes that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Help build houses with your small group, a buddy or come solo.

More information:
Liv Stewart
Supported by: JMS JHN
Serve Asheville

Community Outreach

Serve Asheville

Community Outreach

Serve Asheville is a community involvement effort of many local churches, businesses and individuals.  It began as a small group of people seeing a need in the community and giving of their time, effort and resources to reduce that need. Today Serve Asheville exists to be part of the solution by highlighting needs and recruiting, empowering and connecting volunteers to serve local non-profits and private citizens.

Join us for two annual community service events, one in the spring and one in the fall.

For more info and a list of opportunities visit : www.serveasheville.com

More information:

Supported by: AVL
Serve Columbia

Community Outreach

Serve Columbia

Community Outreach

The Seacoast Columbia Campus has opportunities every month to serve in nursing homes and local schools. Join our team to make a difference in our community!

More information:
Scott Davis
Supported by: COL
Serve Saturday

Community Outreach

Serve Saturday

Community Outreach

We are always looking for ways to bless the community. Projects include: cleaning yards, free car wash, free gift wrapping (Christmas), free car care, clothing giveaways, cleaning up roadways, building and installing handicap ramps and many more.

More information:
Jim Fleming
Supported by: MNG
Street Reach

Community Outreach

Street Reach

Community Outreach

On the second Sunday of each month, we prepare and serve a hot meal to the residents at Street Reach Mission in Myrtle Beach.

More information:
Debbie Dixon
Supported by:
Summerville Food Pantry

Community Outreach

Summerville Food Pantry

Community Outreach

The Seacoast Summerville Campus’ food pantry is open on the First and Third Saturday of every month at 9:00AM.  Serving residents of Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester Counties, the food pantry is an extension of the Lowcountry Food Bank and is supported in part by state-funded grants as well as donations from individuals.

More information:
Summer Zimmerman
Supported by: SVL
Tender Loving Compassion

Community Outreach

Tender Loving Compassion

Community Outreach

This mission was started by Josefina Calle, a member of Seacoast’s Dream Team, after she experienced what life was like after giving birth to a 25-week-old premature baby.

TLC creates gift baskets to share God’s love and emotional support to parents who are facing this unique challenge.

More information:
TLC Basket Mission
Supported by: SVL
The Teacher Tree

Community Outreach

The Teacher Tree

Community Outreach

Do you remember your favorite school teacher? Teachers leave such an impact on our lives and we are so grateful for their investment in the next generation. Did you know that many educators spend about $500 of their own money each year for school supplies? We believe there is no reason for this. At Seacoast, we are collecting school supplies for our Teacher’s Resource Closet to assist teachers with the supplies they need. Supplies are collected weekly at the campus and teachers can contact us any time they have a need.

Asheville contact: Hannah LaFaceHannahLaFalce@seacoast.org

Irmo contact: Gayle McLeod – GayleMcLeod@seacoast.org

More information:
Asheville
Irmo
Supported by: AVL IRM
Wadmalaw Senior Center Meals

Community Outreach

Wadmalaw Senior Center Meals

Community Outreach

The Johns Island Campus has a team that provides lunch on the second Thursday of each month to seniors (some meals are eaten there at the center and some are delivered to individuals in need).

The campus team receives monthly emails to sign up as they can to help provide the food, and also help package the meals and then deliver to the WICC.

To learn more or to become part of the Johns Island Campus team that provides these meals, please email Mary Helen Swift.

More information:
Mary Helen Swift
Supported by: JHN
West Ashley Food Pantry

Community Outreach

West Ashley Food Pantry

Community Outreach

Many families must choose between rent and food. The Food Pantry alleviates one choice through our emergency food assistance, providing groceries through a personal touch and communicating a positive message to each family. Volunteers needed.

 

Hours Of Operation:
Thursdays, 10:30AM until 12:00PM

For more information, contact Becky Lind or call 843-375-1089, ext. 1514.

Supported by: WST
Won by Won Breathe Respite

Special Needs

Won by Won Breathe Respite

Special Needs

Once a month, Seacoast’s Won by One Ministry offers respite for special needs children so that parents may enjoy date-day! Volunteers (individuals, small groups, or families) are invited to spend the day sharing the love of Jesus with these amazing children by reading to them, doing crafts, and playing games. Contact Kristie Hogeboom if you would like more information.

More information:
Kristie Hogeboom
Supported by: MTP
Young Lives

Community Outreach

Young Lives

Community Outreach

Young Lives is part of the Young Life Ministry specifically for teen moms and their children. Volunteers are needed: mentors, meals, support team, child care, prayer support.

More information:
More Information
Supported by: MTP