Overview of The Daniel Island Fellowship:
The Daniel Island Fellowship is a non-denominational church plant that seeks to create community and culture on mission with Christ for Daniel Island, Charleston and beyond. Beginning with four families in the fall of 2014, The Daniel Island Fellowship officially
launched Sunday worship services in the fall of 2015 and currently averages 200 people each Sunday and 350 total people each month. While the primary demographic of The Daniel Island Fellowship is young families, we have a wide range of people of many ages
and stages of life in our growing and vibrant community of faith.
Ancient-Future Foundation of The Daniel Island Fellowship:
The Daniel Island Fellowship uniquely blends the Christian faith of old with an intentional and sacrificial focus of living the faith anew. Gleaning from the Anglican and Presbyterian missionary traditions, we embrace the four historic elements of the church:
worship, community, formation and mission.
1. Worship – We gather every Sunday for our community worship service. Our goal is to experience God's truth, goodness and beauty through His Word and His Presence.
2. Community – As a means of connecting with God, our neighbors and ourselves, we have a unique mix of groups that meet on Daniel Island and beyond.
3. Formation – In our first season as a new community of faith, we are hosting various events to develop our persons, marriages, children and families in Christ.
4. Mission – Recognizing that we have been gifted with incredible leadership and resource, we aim to be a creative and sacrificial community of faith. To this end, we seek to serve and birth charitable works and church plants for greater Charleston and North
Planting Partnerships of The Daniel Island Fellowship:
The Daniel Island Fellowship represents the pioneering church plant of the Mission Collective, a budding nonprofit organization that seeks to inspire and plant citycentric hubs of mission for North America. Furthermore, the Daniel Island Fellowship is advised
and assisted by Redeemer City-to-City, a leading church planting organization in North America, and leans into its friendship with Holy Trinity Brompton.