Christ Central was born in a June 1994 downtown prayer meeting when a man came asking for food. His request was met, more came, a great need was recognized, and the challenge was met. Twenty one years later, numerous locations are meeting basic needs and offering education, community development, medical care, recovery, and volunteer opportunities. Projects under way include CCM’s first free mental health clinic, additional free medical clinics, a comprehensive youth program that meets youth at school, at home, and in their neighborhoods, a national pilot project to address persistent homelessness, and Mission Lake, a 1200 acre wilderness camp and research campus in southern Lexington County.
GOoD Works strives to improve the living conditions of the people in the community in which we serve. GOoD Works procures labor, material and equipment, when repairs or improvements are needed to homes, but cannot be made by the homeowner due to financial or physical difficulties. GOoD Works mission is based on unconditional love towards everyone. GOad Works is located in Chapin, SC.
Our Mission: Rescue a Child. Transform a Family. Do it again tomorrow.With high poverty and unemployment rates, natives of the Dominican are often lured into a life of human trafficking and exploitation with promises of money, security, and a better life. The Crossover Cups Mission comes alongside young people and families in the Dominican Republic to disciple them, provide for them, give them education, serve them, and empower them.
The Gideons are a body of believers dedicated to making the Word of God available to everyone and, together with the local church, reaching souls for Christ. Today, we have taken more than 2 billion Scriptures in more than 95 languages to 200 countries, territories, and possessions across the globe.
Sharing God’s Love was organized in 1984 when representatives from a few churches in the area got together and agreed that there needed to be a central location where community families facing emergencies related to their basic living needs could be served. Thus, they began to establish this ministry to provide food, clothing, and financial assistance to those in need. The idea was well received, and all area churches were invited to participate. The program allows churches to refer people to SGL, instead of their going from one church to the other for help.