The Great Commission is a team effort. As Christians, we are called to support each other, build each other up, and pray for one another. It might be baking cookies for men in prison, handing out food at a homeless camp, or supporting a mission financially. As a church, we want to model that as well.  We support the following ministries financially and prayerfully.  Our church also has the opportunity to serve alongside some of these ministries through our small groups and church family volunteering for various events and serve projects.



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Powell, Ohio is a strategic location for a church plant. 226,000 people reside within a 5-mile radius of downtown Powell and 9/10 of those people do not identify with a evangelical church. Living Hope will be reaching the community through: Sunday worship, discipleship groups, community involvement and leadership pathway. Click here to find all that Living Hope is doing.


The Dream Center Columbus has long been on our list of supported ministries. Better Way is a ministry meeting the needs of the homeless and poor in the "Short North" district of Columbus' inner city. Our church family serves at The Dream Center monthly by preparing and serving meals for the homeless. For more information about The Dream Center Columbus, click here.


Stowe Mission of Central Ohio has the mission to bring Gospel hope and restoration to people facing hardships. Stowe Mission does this by meeting the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of their neighbors. Stowe has a community kitchen; food pantry; dental, eye, and pregnancy resources clinics; after-school tutoring, and Stowe Church South City. For more information about the Stowe Mission of Central Ohio, click here.


The BrockStrong Foundation was founded to continue the legacy of Brock, B-Rock Johnson. They are a non-profit that primarily supports the community, travel baseball and Nationwide Children's Hospital. Brock was an amazing, courageous, smart, funny, sweet yet fiercely competitive kid. B-Rock battled an unknown auto-immune disease since he was 5 days old. In Sept. 2014, B-Rock had a bone marrow transplant. A long hard road, B-Rock stood strong, a demonstration of faith, courage and a light to the world. He rounded third and headed for home after a fungal infection moved into his lungs on May 20, 2015. Click here to read about BSF


Bringing Christ to the heart of Inner-City Columbus, Our Father's Project has spent over a decade helping poverty-stricken, fatherless youth break free from generations of destructive decisions. Their mission is to develop Christ-centered programs to address the needs of low-income inner-city Columbus persons. This ministry comes straight from the heart of Brian and Cheryl Fraley, who attended SCC until God gave them the opportunity to move into downtown Columbus. For more information about Our Father's Project, click here.


With a goal and focus of helping students and adults choose to live a drug-free life, Tyler's Light is a non-profit organization started by a SCC family. After losing their son, Tyler, to a drug overdose, Christy and Wayne Campbell wanted to take such a terrible tragedy and use it to help educate the Pickerington and surrounding communities about drug use and the dangers of it. Tyler's Light provides resources, information and support to family members and friends who are dealing with drug abuse. For more information about Tyler's Light, click here.


Kairos of Ohio is a ministry to inmates within the state and federal correctional institutions here in Ohio. Working in the prisons, Kairos wants to help share the hope of Christ with inmates and their loved ones. By sharing that hope, Kairos Prison Ministry helps to develop Christian communities within the correctional institutions. For more information about Kairos of Ohio, click here.


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The State Convention of Baptists in Ohio is a missionary organization that coordinates the local churches efforts to fulfill the Great Commission. The efforts of the SCBO are to fulfill the Great Commission both locally and worldwide. Through the SCBO and other mission organizations of the Southern Baptist Convention, 10,000 missionaries are being supported right now as they reach over 1,200 people groups around the world. For more information about the SCBO, click here.


The PCMA Food Pantry of Pickerington is exactly what it sounds like- a food pantry for those right here in our town. Working hand in hand with the food pantry, we have been able to literally help feed our neighbors. Ministering to Fairfield and the surrounding counties, PCMA Food Pantry of Pickerington helps those in need by providing food for families who are struggling.


The Metro Columbus Baptist Association is a mission organization that unites local churches to make an impact in Columbus and the surrounding metro area. Supporting ministries such as the Stowe Mission of Central Ohio, the Metro Columbus Baptist Association shows the love of Christ with the hurting, hungry and poor in our area. For more information about the Metro Columbus Baptist Association, click here.


One Collective is a mission organization that works to bring people together to help the oppressed around the world. International Teams supports missionaries, like our first Sycamore Creek missionary Sarah Marshall, and helps them impact the world with the life-transforming power of God. For more information about One Collective, click here.


Most people in churches have been sitting in pews all their lives without once ever asking themselves why they are there. The Point is technically a church, OK, but not what you think about when you think about church. They want to help change your thoughts of what it means to follow Jesus. If you’ve never been in church, that’s OK. If you’re struggling with addiction, that’s OK. If you’re struggling in relationships, that’s OK. We all have hurts, habits and hang-ups. God knows it, which is why He wrote a love letter to us! For more information about The Point Church, click here.


Young Life doesn't start with a program. It starts with adults who are concerned enough about kids to go to them, on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship. These relationships don't happen overnight — they take time, patience, trust and consistency.   For more information about Young Life, click here.


Star House provides local youth experiencing homelessness a safe respite and crucial connections to stabilizing resources. Star House provides access to: basic needs at a safe place, connections to stabilizing resources, health & wellness, connectivity & technology, employment & education, and enrichment. For more information about Star House, click here.


Impact International is a global people development agency. Impact develops people and builds the expertise that all organizations need to respond successfully to the challenges of change. For more information about Impact International, click here.


Lower Lights Christian Health Center is a patient-centered medical home committed to delivering high-quality, affordable health care services to all - no matter the income or insurance status. Lower Lights has six locations throughout Central Ohio. For more information about Lower Lights Christian Health Center, click here.