The Commission on Missions is a group of mission-minded individuals who work together to support missions and outreach activities on a local and global scale, while also considering the resources and capacity of our congregation. They also maintain contact with our Sister Church at Amancio Rodriquez in Cuba.

Except for June, July, and August, all open meetings take place on the first Thursday of the month at 11 a.m. in the Choir Room of the Sibley Building.

All are welcome!


Some missions we have helped with are:

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Sunrise Dade City

  • Henderson Settlement

  • Hospice

  • Mission trip to Cuba

  • Christmas for Haiti

  • Zephyrhills’ High School Advocacy Program

  • ECHO

  • Sager Brown UMCOR

  • Our own Food Pantry

  • Agape Flights


Part of our dedication to missions is our sewing program, which allows us to lend a hand to communities in need all over the world. The items created by Project Others add a personal touch to our outreach efforts, creating a sense of community with practical, hand-crafted items.

Weekly Sewing Sessions
When: Fridays 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Where: Cooper Hall


Donations: We are in need of backing material for lap throws.
Volunteers: Join us in using our sewing machines to craft items for missions.


For more details or to get involved, please reach out to:
Deann Harrington: (813) 713-4119


Amancio Rodriguez Methodist Church
In the Los Tunas District, in Cuba’s southeastern corner, stands the Methodist Church of Amancio Rodriguez. We established a sisterhood relationship with this church approximately seventeen years ago, and we have maintained communication with them ever since. We have been able to assist them in buying a small, four-room parsonage near the church. As well as help them tear down their old, dilapidated structure and create a brand new, spacious worship center in its place.
Visiting the Amancio Church has been an incredible opportunity for some of our members, and the connections they’ve formed there have endured. We have seen the small membership grow, and today more than 300 people are in their congregation. They have an active Bible study and youth program, as well as a ministry to the deaf. Several “house” church missions have been launched by the Amancio Church.

It is always a joy for us to learn of the new things that God is doing in the lives of the faithful members of the Amancio Rodriguez Methodist Church.

Contemporary Service 9:30am
Traditional Service 11:00am


9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
Monday through Thursday

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