Aldersgate Special Needs Ministry – born at the 2003 South Carolina Annual Conference – provides homes for adults with developmental disabilities.
Residents are encouraged to be as independent as possible and are integrated into the community. The trained staff provides care in a Christian environment.
Aldersgate does not receive funds from apportionments and depends on contributions from churches, groups and individuals.
Adults with special needs are among the most underserved people in South Carolina and the nation. As caregivers age, the need for care for adults with special needs continues to grow.
Aldersgate thanks those churches and individuals who have faithfully contributed. Your support makes it possible for Aldersgate to care for its homes and residents, as well as plan for the future.
“We appreciate your prayers and support,” said Elaine Mathis, Aldersgate’s executive director. “God has blessed this ministry, and we are very grateful.”
Aug. 11, 2019, has been designated as Aldersgate Special Needs Sunday by the South Carolina Conference. Please consider a special offering on this day, or choose another Sunday that works for your church.