At Steps Church we believe God has called us to be outwardly focused, so our heart is to serve and make an impact in our community by being hands on. Each week we also take 10% of what comes in from your tithe and we give it back to local non-profits in the lowcountry. You can read more about these non-profits below.
Fisher house is located in downtown Charleston and houses families/individuals who are getting treatment at the VA hospital. Many veterans travel to get their treatment and don’t have the money to stay anywhere, so the Fisher House provides a place to stay at no charge to the veterans and their family. What they do and provide for the families is so special and we love what they stand for. We had the opportunity to cook a homemade meal for the families staying there and we are looking forward to being able to do it again. If you are interested in finding out more out the house here in Charleston and how we donate you can click the button below.
S.A.F.E. stands for South Carolina Advocates for Epilepsy. This non-profit is dedicated to speaking out for the epilepsy community and educating those in our state about epilepsy. We love that we get to partner with them and help them in any way we can. We had the opportunity to serve hands on for S.A.F.E. by cutting, ironing, and sewing EEG caps for epilepsy patients. To learn more you can check out their website by clicking the button below.
Healing Farms is a non-profit that builds hope and opportunity for individuals with disabilities while also teaching the community to see ability rather then disability. They create a place for individuals with disabilities to come, to grow, and to thrive into all they were meant to be. We are excited to be a part and serve in different capacities. We were able to go to the house and clean and organize it so that it was fresh and ready for the week to come. To find out more about Healing Farms you can check out their website by clicking the button below.
Food In Motion
Food in Motion
The Lowcountry Blessing Box Project is something we physically help out with every month here at Steps Church and we call it “Food in Motion”. There are blessing boxes all across the lowcountry and their saying is “Leave what you can, take what you need”. The last Sunday of every month we as a church have a challenge to fill up those boxes. We ask that you bring any non-perishables, feminine products, baby products, or hygiene products to church and that same week we distribute them to the North Charleston blessing boxes. We love how it directly blesses those in our community. You can check out their Facebook page by clicking the button below.