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Mission Week

 

Training in ministry is not considered "extra" curricular at TKA but is the core of the academic curriculum and the foundation of TKA's purpose.

Therefore, in the middle and high schools, one week is set aside in the month of March for students to minister to others. Students may choose to minister locally, nationally, or internationally.

Local Ministries

Darlington Free Medical Clinic, Manna House, Hispanic Ministry of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Habitat for Humanity, House of Hope, Florence Area Rescue Mission, Chrysalis Center, OM Ships, Harvest Hope Ministry, Naomi House, Help 4 Kids, Evangelism, Autistic classes, Palmetto Youth Academy, Family Promise, Foster Care, Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Lighthouse Ministry, McLeod Hospice, Taylor's Helping Hands, Boys and Girls Club, Choice2M8ke, Christmas in April, Dewey L. Carter Elementary School, Francis Marion University, Hartsville Free Medical Clinic, Hartsville Service Project, King of Kings Church, Lester Elementary School, Leatherman Center, Magnolia Mall, Mercy Medicine Clinic, Mission Mart, New Generations Day Care, North Vista Elementary School, Northwest Community Center/Levi Park, Pee Dee Adult, Pee Dee Center, Resurrection Outreach, Salvation Army, Wilson High School for Autistic Students, several nursing homes and several area kindergartens, Lester School, Dewey L. Carter Elementary.

 

National and International Mission Trips

These mission trips vary yearly but in the past, our students have served in the USA in places such as N.Y. City, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Richmond, VA, Colorado Springs, CO, Washington state, Myrtle Beach, SC, El Paso, TX, West Virginia, and Miami, FL. Around the world teams have gone to Argentina, Bahamas, Belize, Bosnia, Costa Rica, England, Germany, Holland, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Trinidad, France, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Spain, Switzerland, Ukraine, Bolivia, Ethiopia, Honduras, Jamaica, Haiti, Honduras, St. Croix, and countries in Africa.