Current Mission Focus

For the month of September, we will be partnering with United Methodists Responding to Disaster (UMCOR) to collect materials for hygiene kits.  The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) brings God’s hope, healing and renewal to people whose lives have been disrupted by war, conflict or natural disaster. UMCOR provides humanitarian relief and disaster response to people in more than 80 countries, including the United States.

You can help us support this mission by bringing the following supplies to any of the our weekly services, or by donating directly.

Hygiene Kit Materials

  • One hand towel (15 x 25 –17 x 27 inches)
    • No kitchen, cleaning, or microfiber towels
  • One washcloth
    • No kitchen, cleaning, or microfiber towels
  • One comb
    • Must be sturdy with at least 6 inches of teeth
      No pocket combs or picks
      Rattail and combs without handles are acceptable but must have at least 6 inches of teeth
  • One toenail or fingernail clipper
    • No emery boards or metal nail files
  • Bath-size soap (3 oz. bar or larger)
    • No Ivory or Jergen’s soap
      Do not remove from packaging
  • One adult toothbrush
    • Do not remove from packaging
      Personal advertising not acceptable
  • 10 adhesive bandages (¾ by 3 inches)
    • Common household bandages acceptable
  • One one-gallon size re-sealable bag

On Sunday, September 29th right after worship, we will have a kit packing party in McKinley Hall. Save the date! For questions contact Tom at mission@fumcsanford.org

Our Core Values

  • We will strive to know Christ, and to make him known
  • We will be prayerfully focused in everything we do
  • We will value and live by the biblical principles as outlined in the in-errant word of God for transformation of the world and community
  • We will remain dedicated to the daily demonstration of unconditional love and compassion for all

Our Core Focus

To act as a bridge between Christ and our community through missions dedicated to promoting:

  • Physical wellness through access to healthy food, exercise and rest
  • Emotional wellness through meaningful social interaction and engagement
  • Mental wellness through opportunities for learning, mentorship and the arts
  • Spiritual wellness through service opportunities, discipleship and sharing the word

Our Mission Partners

Local help for local families

We believe we’re called to Love Thy Neighborhood and we seek to love our neighbors well. We see approximately 20 families per month seeking financial and/or emotional assistance as they navigate the complexities of living in poverty in Central Florida. We are in need of community members interested in walking with families who are working their way out of poverty. If you’re interested or willing to help, let us know! info@fumcsanford.org