It is our hope and prayer that you have a Blessed 2017!
Connie Maxwell Children’s Home welcomes Julie Miner as Director of Communications. Julie replaces Miller Murphy in the role as Murphy now serves as pastor of Connie Maxwell Baptist Church. Julie brings great experience in communications as she served as Director of Marketing for the Greenwood Partnership Alliance. She is graduate of Lander University.
Children have a safe, secure, loving environment at Connie Maxwell. We are a home for some children who have been abandoned, abused, or neglected and some who have been placed by loving caregivers going through difficult situations. Take a moment and visit our site to learn more about us: locations, outdoor life, enrichment, volunteering, churches, history, FAQs and employment.
Connie Maxwell Children’s Home provides safety and a sense of peace for children through residential care. Physical, emotional and spiritual needs are met by trained compassionate caregivers.
Family Care works to ensure emotional stability, parenting skills, and life skills through a holistic approach while encouraging services that provide independent living and stability.
Being a foster parent is a vital ministry to precious children who often come from tragic circumstances. Foster families provide children a safe place to live until a more permanent home can be found.
The mission of Connie Maxwell Children’s Home, a Baptist ministry for children and families of South Carolina, is to care for children while developing and strengthening positive relationships in a Christian environment.
“One of the best things that ever happened to me and made me the strong, happy woman I am today!” Nikki
“Blessed to have lived there! This was the only real home I ever had.” Rick