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Faith in Action: Impact Ministries

Faith in Action's impact ministries offer a wide range of routine and accessible service opportunities. These opportunities for individuals and families help us keep loving engagement with our neighbors always in the forefront of our thoughts and prayers.

United Ministries Pantry Needs Canned Meat!

Every month, United Ministries Pantry gives away at least 300 cans of Beef Stew, 300 cans of fish, and 300 cans of Spam/Treat, and they need your help to replenish the shelves! Please consider donating canned beef, canned ham, canned chicken, canned salmon or hearty ready-to-go meals like beef stew and chili with meat. Donations can be dropped off at United Ministries, or in various baskets around the Christ Church campus.

GAIHN - The Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network

In partnership with GAIHN, we host up to four homeless families for one week in the All Saints Center three times each year.  Parishioners provide meals, activities, and hospitality to our GAIHN guests. To learn more about what's going on in our GAIHN ministry, click here. Stay tuned for upcoming dates for hosting GAIHN.

Get Involved: Debbie Rice

Mission Backpack

Christ Church Faith in Action is reaching out to help children in our community who often donít get enough to eat when they are home on weekends and school breaks with a program called Mission Backpack. Partnering with Loaves & Fishes, we purchase kid-friendly food, pack it in small bags to send home with children, and deliver the bags bi-weekly to Robert E. Cashion Elementary on Fork Shoals Road in Greenville. We also support Berea Middle School once a month with 50 family-sized portions of food that serve 25 entire families for two weekends. This program is a great chance to support the most needy children and makes a difference in our community! Help join our efforts to feed hungry children this school year. Volunteers are needed to shop, pack, and deliver. What a great way for your family, Bible study, Sunday School or small group to help, either once or in an ongoing capacity - the choice is yours.

Why are we doing this? Forty-nine percent of the children attending Greenville County schools are eligible for free or reduced price meals at school. This is more than 35,000 children in our community! School social workers will select those children who are most at risk for having nothing to eat at home on weekends and during school breaks. These children need our support and we will make a difference to them.

Get Involved: Debbie Rice

Hands on Greenville (HOG) Day 

Thank you for the incredible work you did with Hands on Greenville! Check out the great photos of our volunteers below.