UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES TO SERVE

Hurricane Recovery Fall Break Mission Trip

Port St Joe, FL

 

October 6-12, 2019

What is the Hurricane Recovery Mission Trip?

 

On October. 10, 2018 Hurricane Michael made landfall as a Category 5 hurricane in Mexico Beach, Florida. With unprecedented force, Michael maintained its Category 5 strength as it continued inland to devastate a 100-mile wide path from the coast of Florida to the Georgia state line. Our vision is to rebuild, repair, and restore homes that were damaged by Hurricane Michael. Towards that end, we seek to meet the needs of those affected by Hurricane Michael through home repair, reconstruction, debris cleanup, connecting people to the right resources, and serving in many other capacities. This is work that will take years to accomplish, but we are committed to this ministry

 

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HARVEST CAMP 

Camp Dickenson

Fries, VA

 

November 6-10, 2019

What is Harvest Camp?

 

A church wide event of fellowship, apple butter making, hayrides, climbing wall, zipline, bonfires, hiking, gaga pit, 9 square, horseshoes, worship and food. It is a mixture of work and play for all ages. Participants will have the opportunity to assist in all steps of the apple butter making process from washing apples to the final canning. In the evenings, we will enjoy fellowship, games and worship. We will prep the apples, take them to the cannery to make them into applesauce, bring the applesauce to camp, cook over the open fire and seal in pint jars. Participants can sign up for extra activities: Bike Trip, Canoe Trip, and Archery. Possible Camp Mission Project. Additional fees will be charged for organized biking and canoe trips.

 

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SAGER BROWN UMCOR MISSION TRIP 2020 

Baldwin, LA

 

February 1-8, 2020

What is Sager Brown?

 

Sager Brown Mission Trip is a different kind of trip for adults of all ages. The UMCOR Sager Brown Depot is the headquarters for UMCOR’s relief-supply operations. Each year, more than 3,000 volunteers prepare about $4 million in supplies for shipment from the Bald-win campus.


Volunteers have the opportunity to check 3 types of Relief-supply kits: Health kits, School kits & Cleaning buckets


Other Service Opportunities at Sager Brown: Lo-cal construction for elderly/needy, Visiting and Bingo at Senior Center, Reading for Head Start Students, Pantry & Thrift Store Service, Tour cen-ter for survivors of domestic abuse, Projects & garden on the grounds of Sager Brown.

 

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