LOCAL MISSIONS

Serving God on missions can start at home! We would love for you to join us in any one of the missions projects below that serve the Midlands of South Carolina (and beyond!).

Contact missions@riversprings.org for more information.

 
 
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Snack Pack Program

River Springs Church partners with Lexington Richland School District Five in giving hungry students a weekend Snack Pack. We currently provide students in need at Dutch Fork Middle School, Dutch Fork High School and Spring Hill High School. These students are selected by social workers, many which are homeless based on the McKinney-Vento Act; others are free/reduced lunch students who do not get enough to eat at home over the weekends.

 
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Tiny Treasures

Brie Bags were created by a group called Naomi’s Circle here in the Midlands. The group started to help mothers who have miscarried or had a stillborn birth. A couple of ladies who had lost their babies realized their baby was so tiny they didn’t have anything to dress them in for pictures or burial. In memory of losing a baby girl name Brie, the Brie Bag was created to help other families with the same tragic loss.

 
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Sleeping MAT-ters

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Matthew 25 Ministries

River Springs Church is collecting empty pill bottles as an on-going ministry to assist Matthew 25 Ministries as described below. Review the information below and place your bottles in the collection box located in the lobby. We have been successfully collecting bottles for a little over a year now and have donated 5300 + bottles. Thank you for all those who are participating in recycling your empty pill bottles.

 
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Lunch on the Lawn

River Springs Church is proud to partner with Resurrection Ministries to feed the homeless in downtown Columbia.

 
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Youth Evangelism Project (YEP)

On the second Wednesday of every month, students forgo their regular schedule to serve the community. Students make care packages and deliver to homeless shelters, play bingo with nursing home residents, go door to door to offer hugs and prayers, and perform random acts of kindness in city parks and public places, among many other things!