Praying for teachers and students.
Star Gospel Mission offers help to all persons in crisis and need, providing food, clothing, shelter, and spiritual guidance. To do this, it depends on the generous and necessary financial support from the good people in the Charleston area and throughout the country.
Tricounty Family Ministries is a faith-based, not-for-profit, ecumenical ministry providing food, clothing, medical care, counseling, transportation, shelter, financial assistance, and other vital services to the less fortunate in the Tricounty area. It offers a safe, compassionate, and inviting place for all people in need.
Meals on Wheels of Charleston is a home-delivered meal program targeting low-income seniors who are homebound or have moderate to severe dementia. Meals are delivered primarily on weekdays.
Water Missions International is a nonprofit Christian engineering organization providing sustainable safe water and sanitation solutions for people in developing countries and disaster areas.
Coastal Crisis Chaplaincy provides pastoral care and counseling to first responders, their families, and the general public; assists the Coroner in notifying individuals who have lost a family member in an unexpected manner; assists the Mobile Crisis Unit and SWAT teams in hostage negotiations and other local emergency situations; and provides follow-up visitations in the home or in the hospital for victims of crimes and their families.
Rural Mission, Inc. was chartered in 1969 as an interdenominational, non-profit organization to foster, promote, and minister to the spiritual, social, educational, medical, and housing requirements of the rural people of the sea islands of coastal South Carolina. Through programs that improve housing and provide food and family services to those who otherwise couldn’t afford them, Rural Mission works to restore the foundation of our community. The Mission is strengthened by our volunteers, community leaders, donors, and neighbors.
St. John’s Chapel provides Enterprise Community/Enterprise Renewal Community families with the spiritual, emotional, and social tools and resources they need to achieve full and equal participation in society. This is achieved through collaboration and empowerment, in a setting where diversity is cultivated and celebrated.
Through the African American Family Center for Biblical Dialogue, St. John’s Chapel provides its Pink Bus Ministry and Blue Bus Ministry. The ministry serves girls and boys from 0-12 years old in Charleston’s Eastside community, providing the opportunity for them to flourish in a safe, biblical, family environment.