TSHICC partners with Pastor Charles Whitaker, senior pastor of The River of Life Church to feed with starving children around the world. Pastor Whitaker transformed his church sanctuary into a meal packing plant on October 27, 2018.
An Evening Of Serving
On April 30, 2018, TSHICC’s evangelism team volunteered and provided meals for Our Place Waldorf Soup Kitchen. Our Place Waldorf Soup Kitchen is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that currently provides a free meal to the homeless and those in need each Monday & Thursday evening at Good Shepherd UMC (305 E. Smallwood Dr. Waldorf, MD...
TSHICC’s Women Help Habitat For Humanity Build Homes For Families
Habitat for Humanity’s mission is to reduce poverty housing and homelessness in the nation’s capital by building decent, affordable, energy-efficient homes for those in need. As TSHICC’s determination is to see many who are lost become found, they also want to see many families in homes and thriving. TSHICC’s women are working with Habitat for Humanity...
Are You Empty?
In April and May 2018, TSHICC’s evangelism team set out to give away free gas cards, a word of encouragement, and prayer. TSHICC’s primary desire was to demonstrate the love of Christ. The team met with patrons of the Exxon gas station in Upper Marlboro, MD. The goal was simple- give, give, give. TSHICC offered a...
TSHICC And An Uber Driver Whose Name Is Sunday
It was Resurrection Sunday. TSHICC had just finished their second service.
TSHICC Takes Seating To The Next Level
Since the inception of The Shepherd’s House International Christian Church (TSHICC), the focus has been on caring for the community. TSHICC opened its doors in August 2017. Their opening and current location is Frederick Douglass High School. TSHICC’s first partnership was Frederick Douglass High School. The school needed chairs for their multipurpose room which is...
TSHICC Helped To Raise Money For St. Jude
On March 1, 2018, TSHICC participated in its first St. Jude's radio-a-thon with Radio One. In addition, TSHICC donated $2,000 to the hospital.
Helping Our Community
Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women according to the American Cancer Society.
TSHICC Donates To Dominica After Devastating Hurricane
In one day’s time, Maria grew from tropical storm status to a catastrophic Category 5 hurricane leaving an entire island of 72,000 with little time to prepare.