Reaching Our Community


The mission of Hands of Christ is to bring Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregations together to meet the basic needs of children, showing them Christ’s love.

 August 5th was our 6th Annual Distribution Day at YPPC and thanks be to God for the 153 families, 351 children that were served.

 Thank You Again for your support of the Hands of Christ ministry.


The Food Pantry is open for additional hours (5:00 – 7:00 p.m.) on Wednesday, August 7, 2019.  Regular Hours are each Monday 10am-12noon


Condiments, Mayo, Mustard, Ketchup

Donations can be left on the cart in the hallway of Memorial Hall. 


       Most of you know Colin Kerr, the founder of Journey, a Presbyterian (USA) ministry, at the College of Charleston and The Citadel. Colin led Journey for eight years. He was recently ordained as a Minister of the Word and Sacrament in the PC (USA) and installed to plant a church in downtown Charleston. 

Colin realizes the danger Journey faces as it transitions to new leadership.  He asks this of us:  Don’t stop. Please, don’t stop giving. Don’t stop praying. Don’t stop caring about what is happening in the lives of these college students. It was never about me, as if Journey was somehow my ministry. It’s always been about the gospel transforming the lives of students, because it is Christ’s ministry.  Let’s do our part and support the “next generation” of Journey


  YPPC Community Events

Hands of Christ
Food Pantry
Boy Scouts
Girl Scouts
Prayer Quilts
Thornwell Home for Children
Angel Tree
Meals On Wheels
Hands of Christ
Cobblestone Quilters
CRU (Campus Crusade For Christ)
Scrap Booking
Souper Bowl of Caring
Dinners for Citadel cadets during specified Presbyterian Campus Ministry meetings (Charleston Journey

                     Hanahan Christmas Parade 2016