Service Project is a non-profit home repair
project with and for the poor of Central
Appalachia. It is offered through the
United Methodist Church but is open to all
denominations. The goal is to give senior
high youth an opportunity to put their faith
into action while making a significant
difference in the lives of Appalachian
The volunteers who
go are placed into 6-member work teams
overseen by competent, faithful adults; each
work team works on the home of one family
for a week, thus getting to know them well
and understand a different culture.
Evenings are spent in discussions with
singing, group games, and usually a trip out
to a local ice cream parlor. The trip is
from Saturday to Saturday, usually in late
June or early July.
studies, support clothing ministry and much
supplies are provided to selected schools at
the begining of the school year.
you would like to help in this mission,
|Help feed local
school children who lack adequate food
during the holidays and weekends.
you would like to learn more about helping
with this ministry please email
Sandy Cuzzart or
Be The Church
|Join our entire
congregation each fallfor a full hands on
mission project that transforms our world in
Living Well On Wilkens
|Join a team doing
street outreach to women who work and live
on Wilkens Ave. in Baltimore. Help prepare
hot meals and welcome guests to our Wilkens
Ave. ministry home.
Christian Foundation For Children and Aging
Unbound (formaly CFCA) sponsor children and aging in
various parts of the world. Most of our
sponsored children are in Guatemala.
provides an opportunity to serve a hot meal
to folks in the Brooklyn community once a
month (every 4th Saturday). Volunteers may
help cook, set tables and serve. We also
minister to our guests by providing
clothing, toiletries and other essential
abundance of signed cards tailored to lift
the spirits of our American Heroes. Greet
troops as they return home through the
International Arrival terminal at BWI.
Ministry participates in the Good News Jail
& Prison Ministry program at Jennifer Road
Detention Center and Ordnance Road
Correctional Center and the Kairos Prison
Ministry International program at Maryland
Correctional Institutions for Women and Men
in Jessup, MD.
|Knit a prayer
shawl for someone who is ill or help make a
quilt for a needy family.
Serving People Across Neighborhoods
|SPAN is an
ecumenical community outreach program,
supported by churches in the Severna Park
area. SPAN provides food and financial
assistance to members of the community who
are in need. SPUMC supports SPAN through
both monetary and food contributions. A
portion of SPUMC's mission budget is donated
to support the work of SPAN. Members are
also encouraged to support SPAN through
individual cash contributions and through
donations of food. Non-perishable food
items may be placed in the wicker
receptacles located near the entrance doors
in the portico.
|The Tent ministry
helps the homeless by provinding tents,
blankets, clothing and other necessities.
Volunteers In Mission
Volunteers in Mission (UMVIM) is a
missionary program within the General Board
of Global Ministries of the United Methodist
Church whereby Christians, both lay and
clergy, may offer their skills and talents
for Christian service at home and around the
world on short term assignments. The theme
of the UMVIM is “Christian Love In Action”.
Life" is actively supporting our military
personnel who have been serving our country
overseas. As our troops return to the United
States through the international gates at
BWI, volunteers warmly welcome them back to
our homeland. They are given a goodie bag
with a snack and a welcome home card, and
they’re enthusiastically greeted.
|The Winter Relief
Effort is an emergency shelter for homeless
men and women during the winter months.
Approximately 30 churches of various
denominations across Anne Arundel County
participate in this program every year
See also our Ministries