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Mission Haiti

by Steve Keeler

April 12, 2017 Sisters and Brothers in Christ, “Happy are those who consider the poor; the Lord delivers them in the day of trouble.” (Psalm 41:1) It is a well-known fact that the nation of Haiti is one of the poorest countries in our hemisphere. Through the years, members and friends of the Sea Island […]

Souper Bowl of Caring, February 5, 2017

by Heather Bruner

Souper Bowl of Caring, February 5 As Super Bowl LI approaches, our youth will join other churches and groups across the nation participating in the Souper Bowl of Caring: an event meant to support local charities battling hunger in our communities. The youth group will host a soup luncheon following the 10:30 am worship service […]

Creations of Hope

by Heather Bruner

On Sunday, November 27, Creations of Hope will be with us selling products made in Haiti. There are beautiful cut-metal products made from recycled oil drums in Croix des Bouquet, as well as paper beads, embroidery, and knitted and crocheted products from different women’s groups throughout the Central Plateau. All of the proceeds from sales […]

Kirk Night Crew Needs YOU!

by Jack Miller

Our Kirk Night ministry starts Wednesday, September 14. We are looking forward to another great year of Christian fellowship, small groups, music, and great food! In order to have any of these things, though, we need dependable volunteers from the church. We need at least 20 volunteers for each Kirk Night dinner, and we hope […]

Volunteer Organizations Active in a Disaster

by Heather Bruner

As we enter hurricane season, we are reminded that Sea Island Presbyterian Church is a certified Red Cross Shelter. Recently, the County Sheriff’s Office has been in touch with Sea Island as part of bringing together like-minded organizations in advance of a disaster. If you or another organization you work with are interested in being […]

Sea Island Supports Gullah Farmers

by Heather Bruner

Member Archie McRee is involved with the Gullah Farmer’s Co-Op Association. The GFCA is a group of farmers, interested citizens and community leaders that gathered together in 2009 to create and provide large and significant food markets for farmers’ crops beyond their local sales. Archie will be visiting with the Mission Team on Monday, May […]

Mission Trip to Sumter, SC, April 10 – 16

by Heather Bruner

Sona Lyttle will take her fourth mission trip this spring with Volunteers in Mission. Below are some of the details. For an application, please be in touch with Sona via email slyttl@tcl.edu, her work number 843-525-8248 or her cell 843-321-1188. Volunteers in Mission will travel to Sumter, South Carolina during the week of April 10 […]

Stories from the Steeres in Kenya, February 1, 2016

by Mission Committee

In this digest you’ll find a handy summary of the reports and pictures we published at steeres.com from the last 30 days. Prayer Log Thank you for praying for us, and/or just being concerned with what is important to us. Here’s a snapshot of a few things we’re grateful for in the previous month, and […]

BJ Dykeman and Mission Year

by Jack Miller

My name is BJ Dykeman and this is my first year at Mission Year. So far over the course of the past few weeks I have been getting to know my teammates, my neighborhood, and my service site in Houston, Texas. My service site this year will be at a homeless shelter called Star of […]

Reflections on a Week of Hope

by Jack Miller

On Sunday, June 21, a crew of youth and adults from Sea Island loaded up their suitcases and sleeping bags and hit the road for Charleston, SC to participate in a mission trip called “Week of Hope.” Just three days earlier, I learned how much hope Charleston needed during the week we would be there, […]