Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. 1 Peter 4:10

At. St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian Church we endeavor to equip people, and provide people opportunities, to go and serve. This may mean connecting our people to opportunities to serve in the church, or perhaps somewhere in our community, or even in other parts of the world. In all cases, we’re a church that seeks to serve. Read on to find out how you may be able to serve God through serving others.

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Give the Gift of Education

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Since 2011 our church family has funded the education of countless students in the village near our partners at Chuluchosema Presbyterian Church. Preschoolers, primary school kids, secondary school students and now university students have benefitted from your generosity. Your donations help pay for school fees, uniforms, vocational training, and, in some programs--a school day meal. Online giving is available using Realm (look for the giving tab and select Malawi Education), or you may leave a check marked Malawi Education in the offering plate or church office. Gift cards are available at church for wrapping and putting in someone's stocking or under the Christmas tree. A donation in any amount is most welcome.

About Serving at SACPC

In the Church

At SACPC our staff does not exist to do the work of the church for you, but to help you do the work of the church for others. The more we participate in the life of the church, serving together, the stronger our our church will be in service to God.

In the Community

Support for our Wilmington community takes many forms. We encourage our members to respond individually with Christian love to the needs they see in the community. We also offer opportunities to work with the church and our mission and ministry partners to solve critical problems such as homelessness, hunger, addiction, and loneliness.

In the World

For us, the “world” is that area beyond the boundaries of our local Wilmington community. We regularly serve others in the world by praying, by sending mission teams to other cities, states and parts of the world, and by offering direct financial support. We’re also in partnership with churches in Malawi, Africa and in Brazil.