Showing god's love in a practical way with no strings attached

It’s SIMPLE…here is what you do!


1. Serve in your community, neighborhood, or even on vacation!


(Need ideas? Check out the Family Missions Calendar HERE with ideas on how your family can show God’s love in your neighborhood OR contact one of our partners listed below with volunteer/serve opportunities in our community)


2. Send us a paragraph, photo, or 30 second video from your i-phone and let us know:


-How you showed God’s Love


-How you experienced God in the moment


(For example: “I took a casserole to my next door neighbor just because." And she cried and explained to me she was feeling depressed & alone because her son just left for the Army” OR “I volunteered at Faith Neighborhood Center by packing food for those in need. During my shift, a woman walked in and told us that her house had a been flooded and all of her furniture was destroyed. She was in need of a bed particularly for her infant. I could not believe it…My best friend was looking to donate her crib to someone so I was able to connect them! I felt God lined up that appointment!)


Email us: mmm@fumc-clermont.org

Post it on Facebook: #mymissionsmoment

Fill out the form HERE.


Love Thy Neighbor(hood)!

community organizations

In conjunction with our sermon series "Love Thy Neighbor(Hood)" and our summer activity "My Missions Moment;" we invite you to reach out and serve our community through one of the organizations that we support.  

  •   Dreamcatcher Horse Ranch

    In need of:  

    • High school students 14-18 or adults to help with summer camp.
    • Adults to help with morning feeding 7:30-8am -9/9:30am (can stay longer)
    • Adults or children age 12 up to help with pm feeding 4-6pm.

    Contact: Alison Wheatley

                    407-702-8332

                     dreamcatcherhorses.com

  • Cornerstone hospice & mike conley

    In need of:

    • Volunteers to help warm and serve meals.
    • Volunteers who can sew to help make memory teddy bears for the family of patients who have passed.
    • Volunteers to visit and sit with patients to give their caretaker a break.
    Contact: Sandy Acht
                    352-242-6914
                   sacht@cshospice.org
  • Habitat for humanity

    In need of:

    • Volunteers for Construction, ReStore (working at thrift store), Office, Event & Fundraising.
    Contact: Carlos
                    352-483-0434, ext 119
                    carlos@habitatls.org or
                    sign up to receive monthly newsletter which list volunteer opportunities www.habitatls.org/sign-up
                    


  • African Inland mission

    Contact: Annette - volunteer coordinator

                    retirementcenter.us@aimint.org

                    352-394-3518

  • Florida United methodist children's home

    Contact: 386-668-4774


    Church representatives are: Trish Benedict & Carolyn Kohlenhoefer

  • Faith neighborhood center

    In need of: 

    • Help in the food pantry: hours are 9am-noon Tues, Wed, Fri and 1pm-4pm Thurs.
    Contact: Sondra Green - Center Coordinator
                    352-429-1200
                     specialprojects@faithneighborhoodcenter.com
  • greater clermont cancer foundation

    Contact: Laura Henry

                    352-435-3202

                    lfstoke@us.ibm.com

                     

  • new beginnings

    Contact: Kim Wyatt

                    352-404-6946

                     volunteer@nbcfl.org


    Check out their website for a list of all types of volunteer opportunities www.nbcfl.org.

  • Clermont police department

    Contact: Ofc. D. Colon

                   352-394-5588

                   dcolon@clermontfl.org