ArtSmart Performing Arts Summer Camp

July 29th – Aug 2nd 


For 1st-8th graders

Family Show & Lunch Aug 2nd

Registration fee: $50/child, $25/2nd child, $10/3rd child

Includes a light lunch*  —  Scholarships Available

We are excited to offer this summer opportunity where students will be able to practice drama, music, visual arts, and other performing arts in combination with a Biblically-based program.

All of the arts will come together for a Friday performance for families and friends. Snacks and lunch will be offered each day. Families may opt to include a light breakfast at 8:30 am.

We are looking for adults to share their talents in these areas, as well as shepherds to guide the students through the rotation stations and snack/meal helpers. To Volunteer contact the church office at (843) 884-5470. A background check will be required.  

Register HERE

Summer Church Directory Photos

Our Communications Coordinator, Stephen Wyatt, will be in the Prayer Garden on the first Sundays of July and August to snap photos of new members or anyone who would like to update your church family directory photo. Please stop by between the services and let us capture your smile!  Digital copies can also be provided to you for your family collection.  Let us know which of the 2 days best suits you. A sign-up sheet is located in the breezeway, or email Lisa in the Church Office,


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