The ALIVE Community 

Community service is most effective when individuals can engage in long-term relationships with organizations and individuals. And we would love to see every member at ALIVE serving our community on a regular basis.

Serving the community is part of the heartbeat of ALIVE. Throughout the year the ALIVE community gives to local organizations and attendees are challenged to engage in an all-play project in our community. These projects have an incredible impact on our church body and on those with whom we partner. 

How You Can Help! 

Invest In Your Family

1. Spend a Saturday at the ALIVE Playground

No matter where you fall on the spectrum, you are not alone. Re|Engage is a marriage ministry for all married couples. Whether your marriage is in crisis or you are looking to take your marriage from good to great, Re|Engage is a safe place for couples to reconnect. Re|Engage will offer hope and encouragement to marriages by helping couples move toward oneness through stories of grace, teaching and small groups.

3. Attend Church With Your Family

Invest In Your Community

This Dream Center is located in Easley, SC and has quite a few ALIVE members who serve each week here.

They have a multitude of areas to serve in, check out their website and take a tour of their facility.

ALIVE has had a partnership with Clemson Community Care for many years.

This is a great place to spend some time loving on the Clemson community.

3. Serve At Your Local Church

If you have a church home, plug in and serve! If you haven't found your church home yet, please join us on Sunday mornings at either of our campuses.

ALIVE Central Campus 
Service Times: 
8:30am | 10:00am | 11:30am 

ALIVE Wesleyan Pleasant View Campus 
Service Time: 11:00am 


If you are interested in volunteering, we have multiple ways that you can get plugged in.

Invest In Your Schools

1. Volunteer at a School

Pickens County Schools 
Volunteer your time helping teachers in the Pickens County School system! They need people to read to student, help out in the classrooms and go on field trips! 

Click here for the training schedule.

Several training opportunities are available. Show up to one of the schools on the desired night.


Anderson School District 2 
Mentoring provides guidance and support for students who may face life changes that they cannot handle on their own. Mentoring is a powerful and life altering opportunity for students to learn a variety of personal and professional skills from adults in the Belton-Honea Path community. 

Click here to sign up!

The YMCA partners with students in both Pickens and Anderson Counties and while setting up mentors for these students.

The teachers and administrators of the schools also brag on this program and how it has impacted their schools immensely! 
Click here to sign up! 

3. Pray For A Teacher