Who We are
FaithWorks encourages people to live out their faith. We might be holding a hand while someone is dying, or praying before someone goes into surgery, or listening to someone in crisis. We might be picking up a piece of litter, or hammering a nail, or painting a wall. We might be planting a seed, or mentoring a child, or driving someone to the doctor. FaithWorks can be different things to different people…an opportunity ….an angel in time of need…a resource. We offer hope, encouragement, love and support.
FaithWorks lifts our community through
- providing food for the hungry
- providing a day resource and hospitality center for people who are homeless
- getting help for people through social services
- providing support and encouragement for cancer patients
- providing financial assistance for those hurt by disaster
- helping those who are homeless develop skills to become employed
- organizing transportation for medical services
- providing counseling and guidance through pastoral care services and a host of other acts of service
What We Do
The Cancer Network of Hope
provides tender loving care to those whose lives have been touched by cancer.
The Samaria Initiative
provides multiple opportunities to tear down the walls that divide us.
is a clearing house for about 40 churches who wish to help those in crisis in our community.
is a hospitality center for people who are homeless.
offers a helping hand to men and women recently released from prison.
Secure more support for those who need it most.
people annually in Glynn County & Southeast Georgia.
individuals, families, churches and businesses
hours of service.
News & Events
Birdies & Bass: FaithWorks held our 2nd annual signature golf event at the King and Prince Golf Course on March 2, 2018. Teams competed in 18 holes of golf preceded by a fishing derby where teams can shave strokes off their golf score by reeling in big fish from a lake by the King and Prince…
After living on St. Simons Island for 13 years, an individual known as Carl, who asked not to be identified by his real name, found himself homeless and using the shelter and services offered in Brunswick. He is now taking advantage of a new opportunity offered by FaithWorks Ministries and putting a bit of sweat…