Salkehatchie Summer Service Mission

Salkehatchie Summer Service is a pioneering servant ministry. Many of our neighbors in South Carolina live in homes that are in need of repair, and Jesus has called us to love our neighbor. This is an opportunity for all involved to experience Christian servanthood. ARUMC most often sends missionaries to the Salkehatchie Penn Center Camp at St. Helena Island. Salkehatchie Funds are raised through missions donations and after church service luncheons.

Woodmont High School Backpack Program

This program provides students at Woodmont High School bags containing healthy meals to take home over the weekend, when otherwise they might not have enough food. Volunteers make a commitment to provide a bag of food each Sunday. The support of more sponsors is always welcome. Contact the church if you are interested in participating in this great program. Below is a sample list of items provided each week.

  • Breakfast Options (Choose 2 of the following): Pop Tarts, Instant Oatmeal, Instant Grits, Individual Cereal Boxes, Cereal Bars
  • Lunch Options (Choose 2 of the following): Individual Mac-n-Cheese, Ramen Noodles, Cup-o-Noodles, Tuna Fish
  • Dinner Options (Choose 2 of the following): Can Ravioli, Can Soup, Can Chili with Beans, Can Beef Stew
  • Snack Options (Choose 2 of the following): Fruit Cups, Pudding Cups, Raisins, Sunflower Seeds, Granola Bars, Jello Cups

Christmas Home Repair Mission
In keeping with the holiday spirit of giving and serving, ARUMC reaches out to the local community each year to assist with home repair projects. These needs are identified through local missions, the homeless women’s shelter, members of the community or church members.

Christmas Meals Mission
ARUMC mission groups provide Christmas meals for approximately 60 families who otherwise might not have a traditional holiday meal (turkey dinner with fixings and dessert). Recipients are Greenville County schools families from the Riley Child Development Center, Ellen Woodside Elementary, Sue Cleveland Elementary, Woodmont Middle and Woodmont High.