South Jacksonville Presbyterian

Worship Service: Sundays at 10:30 a.m.


Head, Heart, and Hands


Mission’s task is to steward our corporate tithe—in head, heart, and hands. Not just a check-writing committee, Mission discerns the needs of the community, the region, and the world that resonate with our church family and helps the congregation mature in their faith by engaging intellectually (head), emotionally (heart) and volitionally (hand) with these issues.

We do not see ourselves as above those we serve, but fervently believe that everyone has gifts, skills, and passions. We serve arm-in-arm with them as beloved children of God.


South Jacksonville Presbyterian Church played a founding role in the missions of UCOM, DESC and HabiJax and has provided and served dinner for struggling community members at Sulzbacher for decades. We also continue to work with Jacksonville Campus Ministry, ICARE and 904WARD.

United community Outreach Ministry

UCOM has been working since 1979 to make sure no one faces hunger or crisis alone. They serve by providing grocery assistance, delivering daily meals, mobile pantries, and providing case management to end cycles of crisis.

Downtown Ecumenical Services Council

Located in downtown Jacksonville, DESC is in the basement of the First Presbyterian Church and has an onsite Food Pantry and Clothing Center. DESC also offers Emergency Financial Assistance, Case Management and Work Boots.

Habitat for Humanity Jacksonville

HabiJax is considered to be one of the most successful Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the United States, having provided homeownership opportunities and other housing services to over 2,300 families. 


Sulzbacher works to provide our community with affordable access to housing, health care, and opportunities for economic growth.

Jacksonville Campus Ministry

JCM is as an ecumenical ministry serving the University of North Florida and Jacksonville University. Throughout the years, the ministry has expanded and contracted with the ebb and flow of students and volunteers.


The Interfaith Coalition for Action, Reconciliation & Empowerment is comprised of 38 congregations and addresses citywide concerns related to issues of justice and fairness.


904WARD creates racial healing and equity through deep conversations and learning, trusting relationships, and collective action.



For more information about our mission opportunities, call or email the church office.