Local Mission Focus

In an effort to make an impact on our community,  First Baptist Clemson will focus quarterly on a local organization and mission need through education, service opportunities, and donations.  We hope you can be a part of these mission endeavors as we work together to 'love God and love our neighbor' (Luke 10:27). 

Family Promise/Homelessness

Our support of this ministry last throughout the year. One week each quarter, First Baptist Clemson host families who are working toward independence with Family Promise.  Volunteers from FBC and St. Andrews Catholic Church coordinate together to provide food, lodging, and activities during the week.   

Learn more about Family Promise of Pickens County

Helping Hands/Children

Children First

Children First developed this outreach program as a ministry to children currently in safe houses under DSS protection.  These children are typically taken away from parents while courts decide their fate.  Our goal is simple:  reach out with a written expression of care once per week, recognize important events in their life, and take part in special activities planned for them at FBCC.

Adoptive Grandparents

The Adoptive Grandparents hosted an end of school year pool party for their Helping Hands grandchild.  Many of these smiling faces have been grandparents since the program began in June of 2017 and have mentored several children.   The kids and adults had a great time together getting to know each other and eating hamburgers.  Contact Linda White or Stephanie Moore if you are interested in the program.


Clemson Community Care/ Hunger

During the months of July - September we focus our mission efforts on Clemson Community Care and Hunger issues.  WWe have a canned food drive for CCC,  support World Hunger through our bread sale fundraiser, and work in a local soup kitchen. 

Thought the year, our church supports hunger relief through our Second Helping Sundays. The Second Sunday of each month is Second Helpings Sunday!  he following items are needed by Clemson Community Care: canned pasta, dried beans, canned tomatoes, mixed beans, tomato sauce and tomato paste, pork and beans, and peanut butter.  We always have a need for baby diapers, wipes, and toiletries. Let us all join in Second Sunday Helpings and continue feeding hungry neighbors right here in Clemson! 

Learn more about Clemson Community Care

Our Ministry Partners

First Baptist Clemson works closely with area ministries to help meet the needs of our community.

  Click on the links below to learn more about community ministries. 

  • Clemson Community Care's Mission is to assist persons in difficult circumstances with necessities such as food, shelter and utilities, and to help them to become self sufficient through educational programs and advocacy. They serve Clemson, Central, and Pendleton communities.  

  • The mission of the Clemson Child Development Center is to provide affordable, quality child care and preschool education. The Clemson Child Development Center fosters learning and development in an environment that appreciates diversity.  Emphasis is also given to programs that strengthen the home environment, enabling families to provide the optimal development of their preschool children. 

  • The Clemson Free Clinic was established by concerned citizens and medical professionals to meet the needs of the medically under-served in Clemson, Central, Six Mile, and Pendleton.

  • Family Promise is a non-profit organization committed to helping low-income families achieve lasting independence.  Family Promise enables churches and volunteers to help those who need it most. 

  • Helping Hands is a foster home and emergency shelter for abused and neglected children.

  • Habitat for Humanity is a part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God's love into action by building homes, communities, and hope. 

  • Safe Harbor's mission is to provide a continuum of services for victims of domestic violence and their children, and to eliminate cultural acceptance of domestic violence through a coordinated community response, prevention, and education.