Johns Island Presbyterian Church
 

Johns Island Presbyterian Church Ministry Opportunities

Our staff, Elders, and volunteers provide comfort, care, and compassion to the church family, friends, and the community through a variety of ministries. It is the goal of these ministries and programs to serve and glorify God through service to others.

Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience....And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity. Col. 3:12, 14.

The Shepherds Ministry: A group of volunteers is responsible for encouraging fellowship and caring among the congregation by regular and systematic contact to express love, comfort, concern, and support throughout the year. Each member of the church is assigned a Shepherd, and efforts are made to establish at least one contact per month.

The Pastoral Care Ministry: Through home and hospital visits, this ministry reaches out to people with special needs, such as those who are homebound, ill, or hospitalized.

The Prayer Ministry: The "Prayer Chain" and the "Fellowship of Prayer" ministries offer intercessory prayer on behalf of those who are in need of prayer, and for whom special prayer concerns have been expressed. All prayer requests are kept confidential.

The Agape Meals Ministry: Meals are prepared and delivered to members of our church family who may need assistance with their meals due to special circumstances.

The Friendship Ministry: Visitors are always welcome at Johns Island Presbyterian Church. The Friendship Ministry extends that welcome by reaching out to those who visit through a handwritten note, a phone call, or e-mail.

The Prayer Quilt Ministry: "Made with love and tied with prayers", these handmade quilts have made their way to individuals in all areas of the country as a tangible reminder of the prayers offered by the JIPC church family.

The Bereavement Ministry: This ministry offers support for family and friends following the service of remembrance and celebration of life for their loved one. Meals are prepared and served for the family upon request.
We believe that fellowship in Christ is the foundation of ministry. Throughout the year members and friends of JIPC come together on numerous occasions, our annual pig roast, all church picnic, chili cook-off, Christmas caroling, new member luncheons, and various other celebrations are just a few

 
 

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Way back in the dark ages - along about 1999 - author, professor and futurist Dr. Leonard Sweet said something that has stayed lodged in my memory ever since: "The Church of the twenty-first is going to have more in common with the Church of the first century, than it will with the Church of the twentieth century." (more)

WORSHIP SCHEDULE

Worship - 8:30 A.M. and 11:00 A.M

Fellowship - 9:30 A.M.

Church School Classes - 10:00 A.M.

Nursery is available from 8:00 to 12:15