We are called to be the hands and feet of Christ. First United Methodist offers service opportunities for people of any age, stage of life and skill level – including options to serve for the whole family! To learn how you can get involved, click here.

Once you have decided where you can make a difference, please complete the “Invitation to Serve.” Please note – some browsers may not support completing pdf forms. If that is the case, you may need to save the file to your computer before opening. If you complete the form electronically, send it to Nina Rehberg, Director of Volunteers (nrehberg@firstumc.org). If you choose to print the form, drop it by to the Church Office 8:30am-4:30pm Monday through Friday. Contact Nina Rehberg (nrehberg@firstumc.org or 863-686-3163) with questions. We look forward to serving with you!

Across the Street

The needs in our community are many. That is why families gather monthly in our Welcome Center to pack weekend meals for kidsPACK USA to distribute to children who may not have food otherwise. Our Children's Clothes Closet serves nearly 2,000 children annually. Food collected throughout the year supports local food pantries. The Tuesday Tigers volunteer carpentry ministry helps residents in our community with building projects and the installation of wheelchair-accessible ramps for those who cannot afford them.

To sign up for our Volunteer Scheduler software, please click here. If you already have a login for our Volunteer Scheduler software, please click here.

Around the World

People near and far desperately need the hope that Jesus Christ brings. We support the disaster relief efforts of the United Methodist Committee on Relief. Mission teams have traveled to Bulgaria, Cuba and Haiti to help with building projects and research future partnerships that enrich lives and end the cycle of poverty. We recently started supporting the work of the United Methodist Church’s Microfinance Initiative, in addition to our ongoing support of Imagine No Malaria, ZOE Ministries and Beacon of Hope in Nairobi, Kenya.