Who We Are
Mission Trips

First Presbyterian Church of Cheraw has a long history of giving not only to the local community, but also around the world. Our members seek to spread and witness to Christ's love by our mission outreach.


There are many ways to support First Presbyterian Church of Cheraw financially:

  • Place cash or checks in the offering plate
  • Use your bank’s online bill pay system
  • Use the electronic funds transfer from your savings or checking account or use a debit/credit card on the Online Giving page
  • Make a gift of stock or other appreciated securities. And, remember the church in our will and estate plans. Contact the church office for more information on these types of gifts.

First Presbyterian Church of Cheraw has a rich history of giving back to the community. Below are some of the organizations and missions we support each year:

  • Camp Pee Dee Retreat Center
  • Camp Sand Hills
  • CareFirst Carolina Foundation
  • Chesterfield County Habitat for Humanity
  • Christmas Joy Offering
  • Community Garden
  • Duffy Project (First United Methodist)
  • Hospice
  • Joel Smith Fund
  • Manning Malloy, Edwin Malloy, D.W. Moore
         Education Scholarships
  • McArn Food Bank
  • Mercy in Me Medical Clinic
  • Mission support to Presbytery & General Assembly
  • Mission Trips
  • Mother's Morning Out Scholarship Fund
  • One Great Hour of Sharing
  • Pathfinder's United
  • Pee Dee Coalition
  • Presbyterian Agency for the Developmentally Disabled
  • Presbyterian Communities of SC (Presbyterian Home)
  • Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
  • Relay for Life
  • SC Home at Montreat 
  • Send a Child to Camp Pee Dee
  • Standing in the Gap Ministries
  • Stephen Ministries Fund
  • Support of Missionaries Al and Ellen Smith and Mark Hare
  • Theological Education Fund
  • Thornwell
  • Thornwell Building Families Program
  • W.G. Anderson Fund
The Thornwell Building Families program is a community-based, intensive in-home intervention program designed to address the needs of families in crisis. The program provides services that build upon the existing strengths of families to reduce the stressors interfering with healthy family functioning. The goal is to equip families with the skills necessary to address the issues threatening family stability, keep children safe, reduce or eliminate the need for out of home placement of the children, and keep families together. FPC Cheraw hosts office space for a Building Families Specialist on our campus. Read More