We support local missions and missions beyond. Our support is
given through in-person volunteering, financial donations, and (in non-pandemic times) use of our church buildings.
Organizations that use our buildings are charitable and non-profit. Some examples are AA, Family Promise of Beaufort County, Hospice Bereavement Group, The Literacy Center, NAMI and mission teams doing work in our area.
We also share our facilities with other congregations and faiths to provide a quality place of worship for all, such as Temple Oseh Shalom and Iglesia Casa del Rey.
We highlight an organization each month to support our “Change-Can-Make-A-Change” program, which accepts financial donations, as well as periodic drives for school supplies, shoes, and clothing.
Our Missions Beyond Ministry has sent mission
teams to Louisiana, New Jersey, both North and South Carolina, and Haiti to aid in the disaster recovery efforts following devastating hurricanes and massive flooding.
April Change Can Make a Change
Change Can Make A Change for April will be Presbyterian Disaster Assistance to help specifically with the relief in Texas. Texas was hard hit by the arctic blast that left millions without power and water who are now dealing with damage. PDA puts money toward crucial needs, as well as help with repairs and recovery. Checks should be made to LPC with CCMAC in the memo.
Food may be dropped off at the Church through the week.
Food items may also be dropped off at Bluffton Self Help on Mondays from 10 am to 2 pm or monetary donations can be made on their website at https://blufftonselfhelp.org.
Food for Agape Family Life Center may be taken to Donald & June Allison at their home at 24 Schooner Lane, Riverbend, 843-707-7671. Food can also be dropped off at Sandy Benninger’s house at 30 Rose Sage Walk, Sun City. Monetary donations can be made on the Agape website at https://agapeflc.org.
Here are a few of the many organizations we support: