Services in-person & online at 8:30 and 11:00am at Florida's Oldest United Methodist Church

Great Day of Service

Basic Info
Join us for our annual community volunteer day, Great Day of Service as we share our hearts and hands with others in need. Give a Saturday to make helping others a priority. We will visit various local non-profits, schools, and ministries.   

Registration is required. Childcare is provided for ages 5 and under however, you are welcome to bring your children with you to serve.

8:00 – 8:30am // Check-In & Breakfast
8:30 – 9:00am // Worship
9:00 – 9:15am // Travel to Work Sites
9:15am – 12:00pm // Service to Others & Childcare
12:00 – 1:00pm // Childcare Ends, Story Sharing & Lunch 

Additional Questions
If you have additional questions, please contact Lisa Bond at Fill in your last name, address, phone number and email below and then expand the dropboxes to register the individuals in your family. When finished please press the submit button below.

Meet our Ministry Partners

Bright Bridge Ministries provides food, transitional housing and spiritual support to those in need.

Embrace Florida Kids provides homes, healing and hope to vulnerable children who come from families in crisis, placed in foster care at no fault of their own.

Milk and Honey’s mission is  help strengthen under-resourced, high-poverty children and youth to live up to their fullest potential both academically and spiritually. 

Serve the Hungry’s mission to provide food and hospitality to the hungry in our community.

Kid’s Weekend Feeding Program is need-based program provides students with backpacks of food to take home and eat during weekends.

Teaming with Tanzania is a mission of the church that provides support and funding for our partner church Nyegezi UMC, Wesley College and Children’s Ministry leaders in Tanzania.

Gulf Coast Kid’s House‘s mission is to end child abuse and heal families through collaborative intervention, family support and prevention education.

Ronald McDonald House, Charities of Northwest Florida‘s mission is to love and support families of children with medical needs by giving them a place to call home.

United Ministries helps families in crisis in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties with financial assistance for rent, mortgage and utility bills.

Disaster Relief trains and prepares in order to offer assistance during emergencies, such as hurricanes and storms.

Fill in your last name, address, phone number and email below and then expand the dropboxes to register the individuals in your family. When finished please press the submit button below.

Project Options
Upon registration, please select each registrant’s top choice. Your project coordinator will contact you the week of and share additional information. 

Bright Bridge
Coordinator: Geoff Cook
Freshen up the Bright Bridge home with a new coat of paint.Students & Adults
Embrace FL Kids #1
Coordinator: Pat Franklin 
Yard clean up at the Milton Girls Home.All Ages
Embrace FL Kids #2
Coordinator: Pat Franklin
Assemble metal racks for the garage in the new Higher Education Home. Students & Adults
Milk & Honey
Coordinator: TBA
Organize and clean up the Milk and Honey House.All Ages
Serve the Hungry #1 
Coordinator: Katie Ramsey 
Make a freezer meal for Serve the Hungry.All Ages
Serve the Hungry #2
Coordinator: Katie Ramsey
Power wash, pull weeds and vines, & clean inside Barbara’s Place. All Ages
Kid’s Weekend
Feeding Program

Coordinator: TBA
Pack food for kids in schools to receive over weekend.All Ages
Teaming with Tanzania
Coordinators: Brian &
Christy Foreman
Host a lemonade stand to raise money for Tanzania Mission Trip.Children & Students
Gulf Coast Kids House
Coordinator: Olevia McNally
Help sort diapers.All Ages
Ronald McDonald House
Coordinator: Steve McNally
Help with cleaning, laundry, larger projects, & cook a meal.All Ages
Disaster Relief
Coordinator: Andrew Rasnick
Help older church members small house projects.Students & Adults