• Steering Committee First Mtg at NSMP
  • SAMP Building for NSEC
  • Opening Day at SAMP 2
  • NSEC Dry Run at SAMP
  • Dry Run 15 Aug Group
  • Directors NSEC 2
  • Database Team on Opening Day at CCMP
  • Christ Church NSEC and Next Steps Banner
  • SAMP Tng 1
  • CCMP Building for NSEC


Next Steps of East Cooper (NSEC).  NSEC operated since August 2017 through late 2018.  NSEC operated at East Cooper Baptist Church (ECBC), 361 Egypt Road, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464 on Mondays from 5 PM to 8 PM in conjunction with the Families Count Ministry (FCM). In late 2018, FCM ministry moved to three churches in North Charleston and NSEC was not part of that move.  NSEC is currently in hibernation.

Next Steps of Johns Island (NSJI) has operated since April 2015 at two locations: (a) Walton Hall of St John’s Parish Church at 3673-A Maybank Highway, Johns Island, SC 29455 and (b) LRP Ministries at 704 Main Road, Johns Island, SC 29455.  NSJI serves people in poverty on Johns and Wadmalaw Islands and the Red Top Area by not only saving lives but saving souls.  NSJI is open each Monday from 9 AM to 1 PM at St. John's and each Wednesday from 5-7 PM at LRP Ministries.  Our telephone number is 843-810-1036.  Please visit us! Here is a videofeaturing our Volunteers and Participants at NSJI.


Next Steps of Charleston (NSCH) has operated since April 2016 at the Community Center of St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, 405 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403. NSCH serves people in poverty on the Charleston peninsula, including those living in the communities and the homeless.  NSCH opens each Friday from 9 AM to 2 PM.  Our telephone number is 843-343-3861. Please visit us!  



NSSC will work with Christian churches throughout South Carolina to open Next Step Program Affiliates in your community.  The vision of each of our NSSC Affiliates is “Transforming lives through Jesus Christ, one conversation at a time.”  Please contact Deacon Ed Dyckman at 843-367-5647 or dyckman.edward@gmail.com to learn more about how NSSC can help transform the lives of people in your community.