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RETREAT

    DISASTER

       RELIEF

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MISSION       TRIP

    STAFF PLANNING

After praying more than 20 years for a place to call home, IMPACT Ministries purchased the former Ocean View Retreat Center located at 307 1st Ave South in the heart of Myrtle Beach. We are only 150 steps from the ocean on the beach side of Kings Hwy. and can host groups from 1- 90. Our passion is to work with mission teams and disaster recovery/rebuild teams that come to share the message of Christ in Myrtle Beach. We also host sports teams and those just looking to get away to the beach. We would love to have you stop by, take a look, or come visit for a weekend. You will not be disappointed!

 

We have two floors of housing and each floor has 4 showers & bathrooms, 32 beds, a full kitchen and meeting space. Outside we have a covered outdoor kitchen with grills, picnic tables, and swimming pool. We look forward to hosting your team soon on the sands of Myrtle Beach!!!

Give us a call: 843-626-7069

 

Mission          Trip

RETREAT

DISASTER

  RELIEF

   STAFF 

PLANNING

"MISSIONS is more than a trip, IT'S A LIFESTYLE!"

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT IMPACT

"Thank you so much for hosting us. You saved our retreat and we are

so thankful for the work you are

doing through your ministries. We

look forward to working with you

in the future"

- The Mukappa Team from

Columbia International University

Columbia, South Carolina

"I have seen our students grow and mature in learning how to do mission work and even develop ways they can

be on mission every day. The beauty of working with IMPACT is they know the local needs and they know where God

is at work. We love the retreat center!"

-Reverend Rob Pierce

Pastor, Latta Baptist Church

Latta, South Carolina

"Impact has been a great organization to plug in students to train, lead, and be called into ministry. Students can have very little experience or can be very experienced to participate. Impact has given us the tools and groundwork to train our team in sharing the Gospel."

-Reverend John Lovelace

Youth Minister, Arlington Baptist Church, Knoxville TN