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Sisters in Christ Ministries territory has been expanded to minister internationally. Mission trips to Cuba take place every 2-3 years to bring hope and encouragement to the body of Christ who suffer oppressive and impoverished conditions, sometimes due to their faith.

We also support the ministries below and encourage you to check them out and get involved.

Christ’s Closet, an outreach of The Refuge Ministries of West Georgia, Inc., is a ministry that God breathed into existence many years ago. A ministry spoken into the heart of someone who would help others all around the world. This ministry provides clothing and household items to those in need, at no cost. Christ’s Closet has helped thousands of people from their location at 30 Steadman Road, Tallapoosa, and sends clothes out in other communities and states when disaster strikes. Christ’s Closet welcomes any and all volunteers, and donations are greatly appreciated. For more information, click here.

Sister in Christ Ministries continues to partner with Women At Risk (WAR International) by bringing awareness to the increasing and horrific crime of human trafficking. Atlanta is known as a “transportation hub” for human trafficking with over 300 children a month. Learn how you can get involved to support WAR’s effort to stop this hideous crime which targets women and children. For more information, click here.


Did you know that as Christian we are called to pray, love and care for Israel?  In Psalm 122:6 it says, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: “May those who love you be secure.” In Genesis 12:3 “I will bless those who bless you. Maasay Yahdav – the Works of His Hands travels to Israel to care and minister to Holocaust survivors, children, the elderly and the wounded in hospitals. They need your help with donations of items and/or you can travel to Israel with them. For more information, click here.

Looking for a place for you or your church to do mission work here in the U.S.? Of One Accord Ministry in Upper East TN have programs that help the impoverished Appalachian community. There are various ways you can get involved: home repairs, food pantry, thrift store, children’s Christmas projects and much more. For more information, click here.