Even the LITTLE things make a BIG difference!


The tab of an aluminum can is pure aluminum unlike the rest of the can, which contains paint and other residue. Once our pop tab dumpster is full, we take the pop tabs to a local aluminum recycler. According to the price of aluminum at that time and the weight of our tabs, the recycling center gives us a check. The price of aluminum fluctuates anywhere between 35 to 85 cents a pound. This money is used for our general operating expenses meaning it truly helps in keeping our doors open to continue to serve more than 900 families annually.

While the whole can is valuable as a recyclable, RMHC Charleston does not have the storage capacity to collect the whole can. The aluminum tabs are smaller and easier to handle; they are much easier to handle when large volumes are delivered.

Pop off your tops & bring them to church (look for the gray bin with the pop tops inside a teddy bear container) & we will collect them to give to the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Charleston

Lutheran Ladies Fellowship Event

Thursday, May 9 6:00 pm Kesner Center

The Lutheran Ladies have a fun evening planned with fellowship, refreshments and a jewelry-making activity. The event will be held at the Kesner Center, the picnic shelter building at the rear of the church property. Please bring $10 to help with the cost of supplies.  A sign-up sheet is available in the church breezeway for attendees as well as those who may like to provide the light refreshments. You may also email Candy Collins at candylovesgolf@aol.com.  

Sinners and Saints Group

Do your first car have a tape deck? Do you remember the AOL dailup tone? Then you might be a great fit for the “Sinners and Saints” group! Formerly categorized as “young adults,” this group is made up of parents and working adults looking for connection and support through this crazy thing called life. Sinners and Saints activities include “Theology on Tap,” Wednesday evening Bible Study, Sunday morning Book Study, and the annual Ugly Sweater party. If you think you might be a sinner and a saint, reach out to Pastor Ginger for more information.