We are called to "BE" the church

Jesus served both physical and spiritual needs of people.

The Edge is committed to doing the same.

2017 Mission trip schedule

Nicaragua, July 22 - July 30, 2017
Our Mission Team is returning to Nicaragua this summer  to directly benefit women and children whose lives have been affected by human trafficking and abuse.
60% of human trafficking victims in the Western hemisphere are from Nicaragua.



Epic Missions in Florida,  June 11 - 16, 2017

We will be working with an organization called Epic Missions to minister to Florida's Indian River County to serve the poor, needy and homeless.
This will be an EPIC experience for our students, families and adults to serve together!


Local Community Outreach

The Greer Soup Kitchen, a part of Daily Bread Ministries, is a non-profit, charitable organization that was founded in 1990 when concerned citizens observed that people in their own town were going hungry. The Soup Kitchen began in a run-down storefront in downtown Greer. One meal was served on their first day. Today over one hundred and fifty meals per day are served in a modern restaurant-style facility. They rely completely upon donations of food and money from private citizens, churches and businesses. They receive no monies from governmental agencies. Their Food Pantry shelves rely on the support and generosity of the community to keep a variety of food items in stock. They are also in need of financial donations and kitchen tools and equipment. The Edge regularly works in their kitchen periodically, assisting in meal service for 150 to 200 members of our community in need.


Hands On Greenville Day: We are gearing up for our church-wide service day on Saturday, May 6,  2017 hosted by Hands On Greenville, a volunteer organization. This year The Edge is partnering with Hands On Greenville by participating in this event in order to be a part of the largest day of service in the Upstate!  On last year’s HOG Day, 6,817 volunteers completed 278 projects. That’s 27,268 hours of service and an economic impact of $550,813 for our community in just one day!