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

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Engaging the Mission

An opportunity to further the mission of building vital relationships with God, each other, and the world is developing through SACPC’s partnership with Phoenix Employment Ministry. Led by Rev. Don Skinner, Phoenix Employment Ministry empowers those in our community most in need of work to find and keep satisfying employment through job readiness and life […]


Mission: Monday

Mission: Monday Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to join Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM) in making urgent home repairs for low-income homeowners in our community. Construction experience is helpful but NOT required. Notify WARM by the Thursday before and they will send you the location for the upcoming Monday’s rebuild. Held […]


SACPC Local Mission Teams

If you are looking for a concrete way to grow in the faith by growing in relationship with God, other members of SACPC, and the Wilmington community, you need to come learn more about SACPC Local Mission Teams. These teams will be a place where faith, worship, community, and service all come together to glorify […]


Interfaith Skate to benefit Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality Network

Alexis Mearns, a local 11 year old and Miss Wilmington’s Outstanding Young Miss, is coordinating an ice skating exhibition, known as Interfaith Skate, to raise awareness of homeless children and benefit Wilmington Interfaith Hospitality Network.  The exhibition will be held 4-5:30 on August 10th at the Wilmington Ice House located at 7201 Ogden Business Lane.  […]

Clothed in Love

Happy Anniversary Clothed in Love!

In November 2010, a group of young people at St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church set out to clothe teenage girls without means by providing them a boutique shopping experience and a warm smile. This month, the Clothed in Love team celebrated their one year anniversary at the corner of Market and 15th Streets. After one year […]