Charleston, South Carolina

Being active in our community is very important to St. Francis. We have do lots of hands on work but also do two regular collections during our Sunday Service


Episcopal Relief and Development


Every 5th Sunday, our loose plate offering supports Episcopal

Relief & Development's work around the world.  You can learn

more about them on their website.

Grandview Apartments Food Pantry

St. Francis will be the sole regular contributor to this food pantry. Let's keep it stocked!

Please bring donations on the first Sunday of each month. Items will be collected at church and delivered during the following week. The manager of Grandview will open the pantry to residents on a regular schedule. 

Suggested donations:

canned tuna or salmon
canned chicken
canned beef stew
canned soups with meat and/or beans
canned or dried beans
canned chili
baked beans
peanut butter
canned nuts
canned vegetables
jars of spaghetti sauce
dry pasta
powdered milk
instant breakfast drinks
instant oatmeal packets
high-protein granola bars
whole grain crackers

In addition, if you know anyone at a grocery store who can help us obtain free or discounted overstock foods, please let us know! The pantry has a deep freezer that could store large amounts of meat, etc.h here.