This summer the campers will be astronauts preparing for an exciting mission, “Mission: Delta 12 2”.
Prison Fellowship believes that a restorative approach to prisoners, former prisoners and all those affected by crime and incarceration can make communities safer and healthier. Their ministry is founded on the conviction that all people are created in God’s image and that no life is beyond God’s reach. Through an amazing awakening to new hope and life purpose, those who once broke the law are transformed and mobilized to serve their neighbors, replacing the cycle of crime with a cycle of renewal.
We participate in Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree program during the Advent season. Incarceration can strain family ties to the breaking point. By providing Christmas gifts on behalf of incarcerated parents, Prison Fellowship Angel Tree allows local congregations, like Mandarin + Longleaf, to extend the hope of the Gospel to families with loved ones in prison.
Training, commissioning, assigning and supporting missionaries in the United States and around the world have been at the heart of mission since the founding of the first denominational Methodist missionary society in 1819. Today, United Methodist missionaries serve in about 60 different countries in many types of professional careers, including as pastors, evangelists and church coordinators; teachers and educators; doctors, nurses and other health workers; agriculturists; development specialists; community organizers and peacebuilders.
Warren Willis United Methodist Camp and Conference Center, located in Fruitland Park, Florida, is a verified ministry of the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. We support Warren Willis through offertory gifts to help support the Camp and Conference Center. In addition, we support Warren Willis by sending children and youth to summer camp.
The mission of ESHC of St. Johns County, Inc. is to truly make a difference in the lives of homeless families with minor children by providing housing and services required for them to remain intact, stabilize their lives, save toward affordable permanent housing, and break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.