to show the love of Christ to those experiencing financial
crises through basic needs assistance
Christ Centered (Genesis 1:27, Matthew 4:4, John 17:17, Matthew 22:37-39)
* We believe that everyone is made in God's image.
* We live according to the teachings of the Bible.
*We live out the two great commandments to love God and our neighbors.
Dignity & Respect (Titus 2:7)
*We treat everyone with kindness and compassion, even in the face of conflict.
*We strive to have empathy for every person's life situation by giving grace and encouragement.
*We value diversity, equity and inclusion.
*We advocate for those experiencing financial crises beyond their control.
Integrity (2 Corinthians 8:21)
*We are good stewards of the resources and funding we receive.
*We conduct business in an honest, transparent and ethical manner.
*We seek and sustain partnerships within the community that are founded on integrity and trust to better meet the needs of our neighbors.
United Christian Ministries was formed in 1989 by a group of area church leaders realizing the need for a cooperative ministry to meet the basic needs of those in our county experiencing financial crises beyond their control. The founders recognized the value of combining their resources and developing a system of record keeping and accountability to best address genuine needs of their neighbors.
In late 2011, UCM joined with Samaritan Health Clinic of Pickens County to form the collaboration known as Good Samaritan Alliance.
In January 2003, we moved to our present home at 303 Dacusville Highway in Easley.
Data Entry Clerk
Kelli Burnett, vice chair
Randy German, Treasurer
Board of Directors