Onsite Partners

Child Development Center

CDC Staff

The Child Development Center (CDC) is currently operated by Augusta Road Baptist Church. The CDC on our campus is named “Augusta Road Baptist Church Preschool: Open Hearts Campus”. The Site Director, Missie Daniel can be reached via email at weekday@arbc.com. Learn more at: https://arbc.com/weekday-preschool/

Epworth Children’s Home

Melanie Cannon, Family Engagement Coordinator, Epworth Childrens Home

Room A08

Melanie Cannon, Epworth’s Family Engagement Coordinator, occupies an office in the Open Hearts UMC lower level. She can be reached at (864) 412-4774.


Epworth Children's Home Family Engagement, Greenville, SC

Samaritan House

Samaritan House, Greenville, SC

2723 Augusta St

The Mission of the Samaritan House of Greenville, Inc. is to serve the residents of Greenville County through a faith-based cooperative entity consisting of churches, individuals, and community groups by coordinating the solicitation, collection, organization, management, and distribution of food  to those in need.

The Art Group (TAG)

The Art Group - Open Hearts United Methodist Church, Greenville, SC

Room C10

The Art Group (TAG) meets on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Thursday morning of each month at 9:30 AM. We are intermediate level watercolor painters. For each meeting we have a ‘theme’ to paint. It could be an object (birds, window, trees), a technique (salt, weaving, value study), or a style (abstract, impressionism). We learn, share our finished paintings, help and encourage each other, and paint together. If you would like more information, contact Kathy Lyles at admin@openheartsumcsc.org and use the subject “TAG” or “Attn:Kathy Lyles”. Come paint with us!

Half A Sorrow Foundation

Half a Sorrow Foundation, Dennis Gillan

Room C10

Every third Thursday at 7:00-8:30 PM Open Hearts UMC hosts a meeting of SOS (Survivors of Suicide). Mr. Dennis Gillan (pictured left) and Pastor Karen Jones lead the meetings to help those to share their sorrow of losing someone to suicide.

Half a Sorrow Foundation, Greenville, SC