Free people serve people and, through serving with your Freedom family, you help show people in Berkeley County that Love Works, so select a serve option from the tiles below and click 'Sign Up' to join us!
Help from Home! Sponsor a Child with Compassion International
We’re all feeling the weight of COVID-19. But in the communities where Compassion works, things are becoming desperate. In addition to your child sponsorship, Compassion is caring for their communities to provide food, medical. supplies, care and hope.
We Love our neighbors in Berkeley County on a monthly basis through adopt-a-block. We serve relationally through food care, kids activities, and devotional time. This is a family-friendly way to serve!
Come serve the hungry of Berkeley County the fourth Saturday of every month from 9a to noon with us! Click the link for details! Donations can be dropped off throughout the month, as well, of any of the following: Baby Necessities(diapers, wipes, formula) Toiletries (shampoo, soap, deodorant, feminine hygiene) Dry Goods (Easy Mac, Canned Soup, Canned Vegetables, Peanut Butter, Fruit Chews, Kids Snack Items) Toilet Paper and Paper Towels School Supplies (paper, glue, pencils, colored pencils, construction paper)
Families Count is a family restoration and preservation ministry designed to give local churches a platform to minister to the parents of children who have been placed into the local foster care system or at risk of entering it. Families Count equips the church to engage some of the most vulnerable families in their community with the hope of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
We have a unique opportunity to care for foster kids by providing "security" blankets that can travel with them on their journey! New and unused ca be dropped off at the church. Handmade blankets are welcome! Drop off at the church.
Meal Prep Crew
We have the privilege of serving the families of My Sister's House and Families Count with meals. Join our meal prep crew to prep meals from home that feed hungry families in their new safe homes.
Inmates are quarantined and prisons are locked down all over the U.S. meaning there are close to 2.4 million inmates who are not able to attend chapel, church services, or receive visitation from loved ones. Help us bring encouragement and hope this season through Letters of Hope with God Behind Bars.
On the second Saturday of each month Hope Repair sends six to ten teams out to work on leaky roofs, unsafe floors, decrepit plumbing, building wheelchair ramps, steps, etc. You need not have special skills to attend and you can serve in both completing repairs and praying over the homeowners being served.