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Crisis Ministries

Since 1984, Crisis Ministries has provided food, shelter and hope to thousands of hungry and homeless individuals and families. Crisis Ministries is the largest provider of shelter and supportive services to homeless men, women, and children in South Carolina. Our mission goes beyond feeding the hungry and housing the homeless. Crisis Ministries’ additional services consist of counseling, primary healthcare, legal consulting, veteran services and transitional housing. These proven programs assist every homeless individual and family in regaining their self-sufficiency.

Here at St Michaels we have a number of ways you can serve and support Crisis Ministries.

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Archived Messenger Articles on Crisis Ministries

  • Reflection on Crisis Ministries Youth Service Meal On May 12 the youth and their families were able to serve a meal for the Family Center at Crisis Ministries. It was the first time we have done this since I’ve been on board and on the whole, it was a wonderful time! The Rev. Al himself was able to join us in addition…
  • What’s the best way to feel like you’ve accomplished mountains before 7 am? Serve breakfast at Crisis Ministries Family Center. Early on the morning of June 2nd…and not just 6 o’clock early, more like 4 o’clock early….10 people got out of bed, got dressed and headed to the Family Center of Crisis Ministries to serve breakfast to more than 30 women and children.  The common thread of these ten people?  They all answered the call…
  • Crisis Ministries When Diana informed me that I had volunteered to feed seventy-five homeless men at the Crisis Ministries, I had visions of the street people of Philadelphia. Diana and I have an apartment in Philadelphia’s Center City. In that beautiful city there are an estimated four thousand homeless that live each day on the streets. One…
  • St. Michael’s Bible Study Goes to Crisis Ministries The St. Michael’s bible study group consisting of The Brinsons, The Colemans, The Hines, The McKays and The Nicholsons, felt called to do more than study the Bible in our small group.  We have all served in the community on our own, but wanted to share the service experience as part of our small group.…
  • Reflections on Serving at Crisis Ministries This month our life group had an opportunity to provide and serve dinner for the men at Crisis Ministries on Meeting Street.  Thanks to Mary Chapman for organizing and managing our efforts.  All of the good Southern food we provided was enjoyed, including second servings, with enthusiastic thanks. We did not know what to expect…
  • The Holy Spirit Was Alive and Well at the Crisis Ministries On Thursday, September 13th,  members of the Blessed Beyond Belief Life Group (Mark and Jo Richardson, Co-Leaders) joined up with the Perkinson’s Life Group (facilitated by Kristen and Bernado Perkinson) to serve a little over 80 men at the Crisis Ministry on Meeting Street a great, full course fried chicken dinner prepared by the local…
  • Crisis Ministries Serving Dates & Reflection by Saida Russell Great opportunity to serve with your life group, friends, or family at the Crisis Ministries Men’s Shelter!  Please contact swain@stmichaelschurch.net if you have any questions or would like to reserve a spot for 2013.  You will bless others and yet be blessed in more ways than you can imagine! May 9      July 11    …
  • Looking Homelessness in the Eye My husband Michael and I moved from Mississippi to Washington, DC in our early twenties to the bustling, urban area around Dupont Circle. These two “kids from Mississippi” were confronted with many new things in the city and most of these we got used to and, in some cases, really enjoyed. However the one thing…
  • Crisis Ministries Reflection On May 9th I had the fortunate opportunity to participate in St. Michael’s visit to Crisis Ministries.  As this was my first time serving there I have to admit I was a little nervous and unsure of what the experience would be like.  Several minutes in, I began to really enjoy interacting with the men…
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