Faith in Action Projects
Christ Church and the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina
(EDUSC) have partnered with Eglise Bon Saveur (Episcopal Church) and the
people of Cange, Haiti for more than 30 years. During this time, our
parish has helped provide fresh water, food, healthcare, and education.
Please contact us if you’d like to participate in an annual team trip to
United Thank Offering (UTO)
One Sunday each Spring and Fall the offering is collected in all services. The collected funds are sent to the National Episcopal Church Women’s organization to fund projects around the world. Twice in the last two years, grants have been awarded to local organizations in the upstate. The most recent went to Jasmine Road to help fund the ministry for trafficked women.
Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN)
“Company Comes to Christ Church!” We’re a part of a network of local churches that takes turns welcoming families in crisis to stay on our campus for a week at a time, while they look for housing. Volunteers are needed to provide evening meals, serve as evening/overnight hosts, and work on clean-up and set-up.
Join us for a transformational 24-week journey of compassion that invites you to learn how to care for our community and our world through social justice. Classes meet September - March. Click here to learn more about the current JustFaith offerings.
We provide weekend food for needy children and families through two local schools. Volunteers are needed to shop, pack and deliver food. Contact Christine Von Wyl or at 954.649.4541 for details.
United Ministries Winter Food Drive
The United Ministries food pantry is especially low during the winter, and our food drives help to restock their supplies.
Continuing our partnership with READ GREENVILLE/FIRST STEPS, we are excited to announce that in addition to a huge delivery of books. We also distribute ESSENTIAL CLASSROOM SUPPLIES (PPE: masks, wipes, gloves, disinfectant) to childcare centers and schools so needed during the pandemic. We wear masks, limit the number of volunteers per shift, and practice social distancing. Email Kerry Rathbun or call at 864.297.0292 for details.
Fostering Great Ideas Tutoring
Empower a child in foster care by volunteering with Tutor Match, a program of Fostering Great Ideas. Volunteers must be 18 years or older and able to tutor one hour weekly for an average of six months. Contact Shea Waters to get involved.
Habitat Builds: Joshua's Way and the Bridge Builder Series
Anne Arrington, Chair
Mary Beth Cross
Sam Erwin (Vestry Representative)
Kay Jenkins (Vestry Representative)
Laura Halter Sardone
Kevin Mertens, Staff
Chantal Smith, Staff