In Our Community
Ministries that members of our congregation are actively involved with or help support.
Feeding the Multitude
In the Bible story, Jesus miraculously feeds thousands of hungry people with only two fish and five loaves. Relying on hours of hard work, cooperation, and prayer, members of John’s Island church congregations pull off their own Feeding of the Multitude annually on the Saturday before Thanksgiving.
Last year, the pandemic led to an even greater need, more prayers, and calls for help in the form of donations of food and money. (via CharlestonMag.com) LEARN MORE
Members of Faith are actively involved with the Spiritual Support Network and Tri-County Veterans Support, a network of many agencies committed to implementing a planned, coordinated community response to the varied needs of our veterans to include emergency relief, housing, employment, education, spiritual support and others as well as identifying and resolving gaps in services and resources to support our local veterans and families in crisis. LEARN MORE
Each November, members of Faith Lutheran help decorate a Witting Tree (also known as a "Veterans Suicide Awareness Tree"). The term "witting" means to be cognizant, deliberate, and aware to the facts of a situation. Each day, 22 dog tags are hung in the tree to represent the 22 veteran lives that are lost each day to suicide.
Postpartum Support Charleston
No woman has to die from PPD. Postpartum Support Charleston is all about supporting women with PPD and helping them find healing and happiness. We work to educate the medical community and the public in general about this illness, its symptoms and the treatment.
A foundation to raise awareness has been started by Faith Lutheran Church member Helena Bradford, and includes members of both Faith and Martin Luther who are actively involved. LEARN MORE
Charleston Animal Society
Members of Faith help support the Charleston Animal Society whose goal is to have all healthy and treatable animals are saved. It’s a vision where all people and animals are treated with respect and kindness. And it envisions a world where cruelty is not tolerated. LEARN MORE
Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Outreach Center
The mission of Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach (John's Island) is to build equitable communities and empower individuals to reach their full potential by providing basic and emergency needs, education, employment and health services. LEARN MORE
Neighbors Together has brought dignity and hope to the Lowcountry since 1983. In 2021, the organization (formerly Tricounty Family Ministries) changed its name to reflect the transformation we have seen when people come together to help each other. After all, we are neighbors together. LEARN MORE
Sea Islands Habitat for Humanity
Founded in 1978, Sea Island Habitat for Humanity is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles. Located in Johns Island, ours is the third oldest Habitat affiliate in the world. We are dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions. LEARN MORE