Local Missions

Local Missions

We seek to engage our local community by building genuine relationships with them and by meeting their needs through fundraising and outreach projects. Whether it be through small construction projects, help with school supplies, donations to our local pregnancy care center, collecting food for Broyhill Children's Home, we hope to model God’s love for more than just those who attend our services. Click on the graphic to go to their websites.

Local Mission Organizations

We do not have CR meetings at this time, but click on “Learn More” to go to our CR page and see other options in the area.

 Great Commission Coffee is owned by Tom Ford, a member of our church. He founded Great Commission Coffee to reach people throughout the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He begins by hand roasting small batches of the finest, specialty grade Arabica coffee beans grown by farmers committed to sustainable farming practices. We then hand package and ship our whole roasted coffee beans or ground coffee to ensure that your coffee is always fresh and never bitter. Finally, he donates 100% of our profits to ministries and missionaries leading the charge of the Lord’s Great Commission to “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations…” (Matthew 28:19).

UCM of Jackson County is a non-profit crisis Christian Ministry designed to provide aid and advocacy for people with urgent physical, economic, social and spiritual needs. They have a food pantry available for those in need. They accept volunteers and funding. Their hours are Our hours
Monday 10 am – 3 pm
Tuesday 12:30 pm – 5pm
Wednesday 10 am – 12:30 pm
Thursday 10 am – 3pm
Friday 10 am – 3pm

The Smoky Mountain Pregnancy Care Center is located in Cullowhee and Franklin. They provide free pregnancy tests, free ultrasounds, Learn While Earn credits to receive baby clothing and supplies, men’s and women’s support groups, and community referrals for other needs. SMPCC is Christian Organization that believes in choosing life. Find the support you need!!

HERE is a local group here in Jackson County to provide help to the homeless. During the winter months, they partner with local hotels to provide a roof for those who are struggling without a home. 

At Circles of Jackson County, we believe that responsibility for both poverty and prosperity rests not only in the hands of individuals, but also with societies, institutions, and communities. Our approach is a progressive model grounded in research that suggests low-income families must have strong social capital and connections within their communities in order to improve their economic situation.  Need help budgeting, applying to college, or want to be a support to someone else? Click below!

Adult & Teen Challenge provides Christian faith-based, residential care to young men who struggle with life-controlling problems. The programs are typically 12-18 months and consist of Individual and Group Biblical Studies, work projects, education (for adolescents), recreation and more. Many aspects of the program differ slightly between centers, such as cost, application processes, and day-to-day activities. Are you struggling with addiction or other life issues?  Want to donate to our ministry? Click below!

Life Challenge of Western North Carolina is a charitable, non-profit ministry for women with life-controlling problems. Life Challenge is a Christian program which serves as a residential center for those seeking assistance in overcoming addiction. We help women renew and transform their lives from the pain and destruction of their past through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We also serve as a referral center for men and adolescents.Are you struggling with addiction?  Want to donate to our ministry? Click below!