Columbia Mission Station

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2401 Main Street,
Columbia, SC 29201

Director: Pastor Sylvia Mickens

803-765-1998
pastorsylvia@ccmins.com

COLUMBIA STATION


Christ Central Columbia became the very first building of Christ Central Ministries in September 1997. Today, this location is still meeting needs, beginning with basics such as food, clothing, and prayer, and then assisting individuals in improving their lives and the lives of their families.

 

Services Offered

  • Lunch—Mondays through Thursdays, 12 – 1pm

  • Emergency Food Pantry--Wednesdays, 9 – 11 am

  • Clothing for men and women—Mondays through

       Thursdays, 9 – 11 am

  • Foot Care Ministry--Tuesdays, 12 – 2 pm

  • Adult incontinent supplies 

  • Weekly Bible study

  • Church service on Sundays at 8 am

  • Supervision for community service hours

  • Referrals for Medical Care, Health Education

 

Volunteer Opportunities

 

To volunteer at Christ Central Columbia, please click on “CONTACT” at the top of the website, and let us know of your interests. These are some of the opportunities:

 

  • Clean and/or maintain the building.

  • Help with food preparation and cooking.

  • Be a Kitchen Coordinator able to pass Safe/Serv(R) and DHEC requirements.

  • Coordinate and help manage the clothing room.

  • Serve as a receptionist.

  • Serve breakfast as a church or other organization on a Saturday.

 

Donating

 

Click on “DONATE” at the top of the page, and designate to “Columbia” under Mission Stations, or contact us at the email address or phone number above.

 

We also accept non-monetary donations:

  • Canned food (regular and No. 10 sized cans)

  • Packaged food (e.g., rice, cereal, Hamburger Helper)

  • Bottled water

  • Paper towels, napkins, toilet paper, plastic ware, plates, bowls, and 55-gallon trash bags

  • Seasonally appropriate clothing and underwear for men or women

  • Hygiene products for men and women

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