A Mission-Minded Church
St. Philip's Church supports many missions and ministries in the Charleston area and nationally. In 2014 over $350,000 has been budgeted for Missions, part of which
goes to support Home Missions.
Listed below are some of the home missions that St. Philip's has supported in the past. To learn more about each ministry, click on the link provided or get in touch with the designated Contact Person for that ministry.
Contact Person: Suzanne McCord
Church Street Mission
This is a group of volunteers who welcome visitors to the St. Philip's church building. They share the St. Philip's story and also share the Gospel. Each visitor receives a card that holds a small booklet, "The Gospel of John."
We always need more "Church Street Missionaries" to open the church in the mornings and afternoons. Training is available.
Contact Person: Ed Pendarvis
Contact Person: Emily Burrous
Contact Person: Barbara Lisle, 556-5407
H.E.L.P. is a small, local charity run by volunteers from local churches. It provides emergency help in the form of financial assistance (rent, medications, utilities, etc.), food, and clothing. St. Philip's provides donations and volunteer support. Volunteers serve two-hour shifts oncve a month, or more often, if needed. To contact H.E.L.P. call 843-723-4010.
Contact Person: Tracy Graudin
Contact Person: Caroline Smith
Contact Person: Sheryl O'Neal
One-Eighty Place (Formerly Crisis Ministries)
Contact Person: Jane McGreevy
Contact Person: Clark Hanger
Contact Person: Catherine Jones