“Building vital relationships with God, Each Other and the World”

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One Great Hour of Sharing

The Special Offering of the One Great Hour of Sharing is taken by our denomination and is often used to help people who have faced disasters. Last month, the southern part of Malawi received more rain in two weeks than they normally receive in six months. The Session is giving to our congregation the opportunity more »


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 more »


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 more »


The Story of Jenny

Steve Hein and I teamed up with Michelle, a young lady with Global Frontiers Missions, to do mapping. Mapping is where you go door to door throughout an apartment complex looking to find out what kind of people are living there. We ask whomever answers what country they are from, what language they speak, how more »


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 more »

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Global Frontier Mission Trip

Our Global Frontier Mission Team heads to Atlanta, GA February 16-20th and the work will consist of outreach to Internationals who have relocated to Atlanta. The SACPC Mission Team consisting of Bill Landen, David Vreeland, Gloria Vreeland and Reverend Steve Hein will work alongside the GFM staff as we minister on location. We ask that more »

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2015 Mission Opportunities

Global Frontier Missions, Atlanta, GA Date: February 15-20, 2015 Cost: $300.00 Purpose: Working with International Refugees Deadline: January 18, 2015 Team Leaders: Bill Landen, Reverend Steve Hein Click Here for an Application (AtlantaTrip) Africa – Malawi Date: June 16-25, 2015 Cost: TBD Purpose: Continue Partnership with the Chuluchosema Church Deadline: February 15, 2015 Team Leaders: more »