What does it mean to serve at St. Helena's?

“Love one another, just as I have loved you.”
John 13:34

Part of our mission at St. Helena’s is to ‘LOVE Beaufort’ as Jesus does by heeding God's call to love, help, and serve our neighbors. We encourage you to find a place here to use your passions, spiritual gifts, and talents to make a difference in this community.

If you have a desire to help others on a personal level, assist someone with a specific need, or provide genuine compassion to those around you, please let us know.

Here are some key ways to serve:

HELP of Beaufort

If you would like to support families with food, please donate to HELP of Beaufort. For more info, please click here to visit their website.


We support CAPA by participating in volunteer activities with young people in the community. If you would like to support CAPA, please click here to visit their website.

Treasure House

Our Treasure House thrift store is an amazing opportunity to share love to neighbors and serve in a friendly environment. If you have time during the week to lend a helping hand, please click here to email the Treasure House.

Washington Street Park 

Parishioners prepare and serve a meal at Washington Street Park on the second Friday of each month. To participate, please click here to email our coordinator, Susan Stean.

Good News Club

During the school year, volunteers meet with students from Beaufort Elementary to have fun and share the Gospel. If you would like to participate, please let us know by completing this form.

Loving Your Neighbors

The Compassion Action Team (CAT) is a new initiative of St. Helena's Anglican Church in Beaufort, SC, that was started in response to the significant demand for help in the local neighborhoods. The group focuses on home repairs as well as offering compassionate support and encouragement with the love of Christ. Click below to learn more about this initiative.

Contact us to learn more about serving at St. Helena's