Church Plants & Mission Partnerships

100 Day Challenge

For the last 100 days of 2019, we are celebrating all God has done in the life of our church & we are calling everyone to engage before 2020. Will you accept the challenge? Find out more here.

Why is Journey Church passionate about starting new churches and partnering with missions?

The most important reason we need to plant new churches is because every man, woman, and child needs to clearly hear and see the Gospel of Jesus. Ultimately it is not about Journey Church; it is about the Kingdom of God.

Hope Church

In 2016, Journey helped plant Hope Church in Summerville, SC.

Awaken Church

In 2009, Journey helped plant Awaken Church in Columbia, SC.

Church at Cane Bay

In 2011, Journey Church helped plant the Church at Cane Bay in Summerville, SC.

Refuge Church

In 2014, Journey Church helped plant Refuge Church in Virginia.

International Mission Board

Journey Church has deployed partners to serve with the International Mission Board.

North American Mission Board

Journey Church has also deployed partners to serve with the North American Mission Board.

Citadel Square Baptist Church

Journey Church helped plant The Hive Church, which later merged with Citadel Square Baptist Church in Downtown Charleston, SC.

South Carolina Baptist Convention

Journey Church partners with the South Carolina Baptist Convention

Screven Baptist Association

Locally, Journey also partners with the Screven Baptist Association


Journey Church has deployed partners to serve with AIM in Madagascar.

Iglesia Gracia

Journey Church partners with Iglesia Gracia as a sister church.

Journey Church partners with the Cypress Project on its mission to reach every man, woman, and child!