Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Ministry Partners

At Home | Abroad

At Home – Jerman’s Story

As a young boy, Jerman Disasa was a poor kid who had walked 50 miles to reach the mission school where Rev. Jack Smith was teaching in rural Ethiopia.

Jerman eventually made his way to college in Kansas, then to the University of South Carolina. In Columbia, he worshipped at Eastminster Presbyterian Church and established the connection that continues today.

Champs EastminsterCHAMPS, Eastminster

 CHAMPS (Communities Helping, Assisting, and Motivating Promising Students) is a missions/outreach program of Eastminster Presbyterian Church working through Richland School Districts One and Two in Columbia, SC. Presbyterian College education professor, Dr. Jerman Disasa, and community leaders began the program in 1995. Unique in several aspects, CHAMPS-Eastminster is a six-year program that prepares students for their college experience.

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Lake Helen Youth Center

This program meets the criteria of our Mission Statement by supporting children through after school education and mentoring programs. We provide volunteers assistance for this program to assist them in providing a fun, safe, supervised environment for teenagers to spend their free time and to expand their minds through art, music and educational programs. In the end, working towards reducing juvenile crime and helping teenagers become productive and well-rounded adults.

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Thornwell Home and School for Children

Thornwell is one of the oldest faith-based children homes in our nation. Located in Clinton SC it serves children and families throughout South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

Thornwell Home and School for Children

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