Our four areas of ministry focus: (1) Provide opportunities for worship (2) Teach the Bible (3) Build and nurture relationships (4) Go and serve.

'Chuluchosema' tagged posts


The Perfect Holiday Gift

For the past five years, our church family has contributed to the education of children who live in one of the poorest countries on Earth. The children of our sister church in Malawi have benefited from our sponsorships, which include fees, supplies, uniforms, and a hot meal each day they go to school. Consider sponsoring more »


Give the Gift of Education to a Child in Malawi

Honor someone you love by sending a child to school in the Warm Heart of Africa. The village surrounding our sister church (Chuluchosema Presbyterian) is teeming with beautiful children, most of whom can’t afford the small cost of going to school. For the past five years, members of our church and Little Chapel on the more »


Give the Gift of Education to a Child in Malawi

This year’s Malawi Education Project fund drive is now underway, and we would like to encourage you to send a child to school in honor of someone you love this Christmas. Seventy five dollars sends a primary school student to school with fees, a uniform, book bag, shoes and a hot meal each school day. more »


Malawi Mission Team Departs This Thursday

Our mission team to Malawi, David Augustus, Tommy Mann, Steve Risley, Ed Hobson, Will and Natalie Cameron, departs Wilmington this Thursday and will fly from Raleigh to Blantyre, Malawi–arriving on Saturday. For four days the team will meet with partners from the Chuluchosema Presbyterian Church, visit with the street kids our church supports at Zomba more »


Prayers and Maize for Malawi Partners

To help alleviate a severe famine in Southern Malawi, which is affecting our partner congregation, SACPC has sent $17,000 from the Malawi Aid Fund (personal donations from members of our congregation to help our sisters and brothers) for a supply of maize. Please pray for our friends at the Chuluchosema Presbyterian Church and their hungry more »