Cup of Love
The mission of Cup of Love is to reach the homeless and less fortunate through our coffee ministry to share the hope and love of Jesus.
Supports women whose family members are incarcerated by providing the opportunity to interact with women in similar situations in a safe environment. We let them know that there is a Christian community who cares about them and understands their needs.
Our Church. Our Community. Our World.
Our Community Outreach Programs
The Outreach Committee is responsible for providing and maintaining effective programs of outreach of the Church and is concerned with providing for the Church’s mission to the individual members of the Church family, the community and to the world.
The committee is also responsible for providing opportunities for Church members to be personally involved in showing Christ’s love to those in need and administering the outreach budget of the church and respond to special requests for funds (primarily from organizations).
The committee fulfills these needs of the Church family by maintaining awareness of the moral and social issues or practices of concern to the Christian Church and by keeping generally informed of the individual needs of the Church family.
Additional functions include developing programs and courses of action believed reasonable and necessary to fulfill the Church’s obligation with respect to missionary and benevolent concerns.
For more information about our outreach programs or to become a volunteer, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HabiJax for Humanity
Habijax is the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. We are an ecumenical Christian housing ministry that builds affordable houses with God’s people in need. Established in 1988, HabiJax built its first three homes and has quickly grown to be the largest U.S. affiliate. HabiJax provides an opportunity for people to put their faith and love into action, bringing diverse groups of people together to make affordable housing and better communities a reality for everyone.
Edward Waters College
St. Philip's has partnered with local HBCU, Edward Waters College to help raise scholarship funds for EWC students. Every October, the EWC concert choir performs at St. Philip's Episcopal Church to aid in this effort. As the primary ambassadors of Edward Waters College, the EWC Concert Choir entertains and ministers at the highest level of excellence. Through its performances, the choir promotes and fosters an understanding of African-American heritage.
Cursillo's Socks & Hat Drive
ECW's Blanket Drive
Altar Guild's Thursday Outreach
Jacksonville Churches come Together.
Downtown Ecumenical Services Council
DESC provides groceries for a three- to five-day food emergency. Grocery items include canned goods, milk, bread, cereal and much more. In partnership with Presbyterian Social Ministries, DESC provides new and gently used clothing to meet our clients’ needs.
DESC provides limited financial aid to meet human needs that are of an emergency nature. Items most often classified as emergency needs are rent, mortgage and utility payments. In 2016, over 250 families were helped with emergency financial assistance from DESC.
Addressing Citywide Concerns
ICare's mission is to powerfully address citywide concerns related to issues of justice and fairness. They are a direct action organization not a direct service organization who uses their collective people power to press our elected officials and other city leaders on county-wide solutions to the problems that plague our community.
Church without Walls