Training Christian Leaders


Every one of you must give as you are able, according to the blessing of the Lord your God that he has given you.  (Deuteronomy 16:17)
 Football player helping with drop off

As part of the body of Christ, St. John’s believes in the power of giving back.  God’s school is focused on fulfilling the Great Commission by being the hands and feet of Christ. Students are encouraged to get involved outside the four walls of the classroom and think beyond themselves. Students are taught through a Christ-centered curriculum that includes Bible classes and weekly chapel services. During the academic year, they participate in projects such as food drives, clothing drives, and fundraisers for those in need.  The leadership of Beta Club and Student Government helped with Operation Christmas Child and facilitate at least two American Red Cross blood drives per year. Our students have opportunities to stretch their arms around the Globe for Christ. This past year alone, SJCA students, parents, alumni, and faculty members traveled to China, Haiti, and Jamaica to minister to those who have never heard the name Jesus. We may be small, but we believe each student can make a huge impact for Jesus Christ. Every student counts as a minister, leader, and servant at St. John’s Christian Academy.




From the Berkeley Independent, March 2017:  

5 Ways Local Students Are Giving Back This Year

Beta Club Members Visiting Lake Moultrie Nursing Home

In addition to academics, students at St. John's Christian Academy in Moncks Corner are engaged in several initiatives to give back both locally and across the globe.

Community service is engrained into classroom and extracurricula activities at the school, says Dr. Eric Denton, Headmaster at the school, which serves students in grades K-12.  Students can build valuable skills by orchestrating and participating in the events, which adds a sense of purpose into their lives as well.

The Senior and Junior Beta Clubs require high academic achievement, strong character and community service.  "our student government, athletic teams, Bible classes and Fellow of Christian Athletes all encourge community services as well," Denton says.


 School Wide Food Drive in conjunction with
 Pointe North Church.

 Praying with member of local law enforcement during See You at the Pole.