Mount Holly

United Methodist Church

Rock Hill, S.C

"Our vision is to win souls to Christ and to provide for the ongoing spiritual needs of the individual, family, church and community"







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COAP was organized in 1998. It came as the result of the vision of church member Jerry Howell.  Jerry grew up in Mount Holly and as a child and youth had fond memories of youth activities on the Church ball field.  The ball field, originally constructed in the 60's, was in a state of disrepair.  Jerry's experience with the ball field and love for Mount Holly Church led to a calling.  Jerry's calling was to rebuild and revitalize the ball field so new generations of Mount Holly youth could experience it as he did.  Jerry took his calling to the Church Administrative Council and the rest is history.  The Christian Outdoor Activity Project or COAP was formed to guide the project.  In a wave of enthusiasm, COAP, led by Jerry and his father Don, saw Jerry's calling become reality.  Today, the Mount Holly Church maintains a wonderful ball field, walking trail and memorial garden with plans for future additions. The facilities are used by many in the Mount Holly Community.  People of all ages use the trail as a convenient and beautiful opportunity to exercise.  The ball field is used by ball teams, scouts and families in the community.


Although, the ball field project was completed, COAP had too much momentum to quit.   COAP has now expanded it's focus into support of all church activities.  The "Christian Outdoor Activity Project" is now "Christians On Another Project".  COAP raises significant funds for the Church and Church projects by working Knights and Panther ball games. COAP is a big supporter of the Annual Christian Sportshooters Classic. In short, COAP is always there for the Church.


The mission of COAP is to help people attain the desire to serve the Lord by working together to raise money for special projects in the Church


All Church members who would like to support COAP are welcome to join us for our meetings at 6:00 pm on the 2nd Sunday of the month in the Church Library.