Volunteer Oportunities

Would you like to help in some way?  We have many Outreach programs.  In our community, and out in the world.  Have you thought "Maybe I could help?"  Serving does not always mean food.  Bring can goods and other non-perishables to Communion Sunday for the Salvation Army in North Port is one way.  Communion Sunday is the first Sunday of each month.  There is a collection crate in the Narthex and it goes directly to the Salvation Army!  

We also need help with general maintenance.  Does the walkway need sweeping?  Do the Connection Cards in the pews need refilling?  When we have Fellowship following the service, do the tables need cleaning?  Any help is always appreciated!!

Another way to be an Usher during services.  We can show you "the ropes!"  One Sunday a month perhaps?   Perhaps be a greeter in our Garden Room!  Like reaching out and making people feel welcome?  Greeting is for you! 

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Upcoming Events
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THU
Fellowship Breakfast
8:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Meet at the Olde World Restaurant at 8:30 am. All are welcome!
Noah's Ark
9:00 AM
First Day of School
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FRI
Noah's Ark
9:00 AM
First Day of School
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SAT
Clothes Closet
9 am - noon
Saturday Outreach Breakfast
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
FREE Breakfast everyone is WELCOME!
Clothing Closet
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Free Clothes for those in need!
Bible Search

Our Mission:

Gator Wilderness Camp School is located in Charlotte County in Southwest Florida.  Located on 250 acres, Gator WIlderness Camp is a year-round camping program designed specifically to serve adolescent boys from the ages of 10-15 years old.  This group of boys is significantly struggling to interpret a myriad of issues in their families, schools, and communities.  We are a private, non-profit (501C3) organization dedicated to sharing Christ's unconditional love with families and their sons.  It is the goal of Gator WIlderness Camp to persue relationships with those in need and to offer a navigational beacon of hope and healing in the name of Christ.