Your generosity helps create a church where life-changing stories are being written every week. 

North Beach Vineyard is on a journey to carry the hope of Jesus to our neighbors and friends.

Our mission partners are located on five continents and seek to impact the cultures and people

who are looking for spiritual truth and authenticity.  

God is writing a story of hope both locally and globally. 

Thank you for giving generously and from your heart.

You can give securely and easily three ways:

Text-to-Give by sending a dollar amount to 84321. Follow the prompts, and  you're done! 

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Give in-person using a giving envelope during our worship service or by mail.

Local Impact

The Vineyard believes in creating opportunities to serve and strengthen our local Grand Strand community. From Ocean Isle and Calabash to the South End of the Grand Strand as well as through our online community, your financial contributions enable us to do the exciting work of sharing the Good News of the Kingdom.

We have specific ministries we partner with, as well as our own initiatives as we invest in our community.

  • Every 3rd Friday each month we prepare, package and deliver meals to the homeless and food insecure in our area. We meet at 4 pm in the parking lot of Little River UMC to prepare for the families and individuals who arrive within the hour for help and pray. 

  • We go where the needs often are the greatest— inside the prisons and jails in our area. Alpha at J. Reuben Long is an effective ministry where those in prison can overcome their deep sense of loss by discovering what it means to "belong to Christ.” Hope through faith is then restored and they are more likely to live by Biblical standards while still in prison and after release.

  • Each November we join with other churches, groups and individuals to collect shoeboxes filled with toys, school supplies, personal items, and other small gifts. A booklet of bible stories is often distributed alongside the shoebox gifts which are given to children based on need alone, regardless of their faith. These boxes are then hand-delivered by volunteers with a compassionate touch and the message of the Good News. As of 2021 over 188 million boxes have been received by children from all kinds of cultures all around the globe.

  • Our local Shelter for the homeless is a Christ-focused ministry that seeks to help struggling families and individuals transition to stable housing. Our partnership includes assistance with food and supplies, teams of volunteers helping with projects, having Thanksgiving dinner with the residents (we get to cook), and leading Bible studies and Alpha Groups.

  • We invest in our local community by providing a 24/7/365 Little Free Pantry on-site for anyone in need to visit and pick up, no-strings-attached, non-perishable foods and supplies. This Pantry also is an opportunity for our community to give back by providing donated resources in kind for others to take.

Global Impact

When Jesus commissioned his disciples before His ascension, He said, "Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you."

At the Vineyard, we take this command of making disciples in all nations very seriously. We have missionaries sent from the Vineyard, as well as Global Partnerships living out the Great Commission all over the world.

  • Kimi and Raul Molina live out their Christian faith in the mountains of Talamanca, Costa Rica where Raul was born and raised. Their home now serves as a home for children in need, a center for ministry in their neighborhood and a place where the Good News of the Kingdom is taught and demonstrated. 

    We are blessed as a church to come alongside them in their ministry and participate in ongoing projects such as: community soccer tournaments, women's craft days, kid's ministry, Bible study, worship, and delivering meals to the elderly. They are currently in the process of building and opening a school for the underserved kids in the mountains.

    Your mission donations contribute to Kimi and Raul and the work of the Kingdom in Costa Rica.

  • Our partners in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal work with orphans, families, and many who have been largely ignored in their culture. The lead couple have multiplied their ministry into other families and individuals who represent the Savior in a difficult land and culture. Travel to Nepal is sporadic and strenuous and depends on the political and religious climate in country at the time. 

    We are pleased to be able to partner with the Nepal work for the Kingdom and your mission giving serves this work.

  • Your Next Step and Global Training Network is a leadership and church planting ministry that works in South America, Africa, and Europe. Their disciple-making strategy results in developing local and national leaders who are able to pastor, plant churches, counsel, and give hope to their own culture. Doug Dorman is our local leader and your mission giving enables us to work alongside Dr. Dorman and his team as they train leaders internationally.

  • Leave the 99 is a missional organization focusing on leadership training and health in Africa, Central America, and Europe. Jason and Kelly Wallace lead this ministry and serve as the point leaders for the VineyardUSA South Sudan mission project. We are happy to be able to have Jason and Kelly in our fellowship at Renovation Vineyard and to be able to contribute to this ministry.

  • We partner with Andy and Tena and Hesed Ministries in Southeast Asia. Hesed works with nationals in providing agricultural resources in areas where malnourishment is prevalent, especially among school age children. Their work has opened doors to share the Good News of the Kingdom and multiply their work in different parts of their adopted culture. 

    Your mission donations contribute to the work in this difficult part of the world.