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  • This is a group with the desire and training to assist individuals and families recover after a disaster and to help those in the community. The team is supported by a utility trailer stocked with chain saws, generators, cleaning supplies, tarps, power tools and a variety of hardware - all needed to get people back on their feet after a devastating event. During serious or complex events, the trailer is also equipped with a computer, solar power, walkie-talkies and a high power 2-way radio. Email us if you would like to get involved or to make a monetary/equipment donation.

  • Mercy Hour

    Mercy Hour is a program designed to help improve the lives of the homeless and needy in our area. We are the bridge that connects individuals to  God and God's love. We accept them as  they are and encourage them to seek a relationship with God, seek assistance for

    their addictions, and seek a church home. We do this by providing for some of their needs such as warm showers, new underwear & socks, snacks & drinks, and misc. other basic needs. This ministry meets on Tuesday afternoons on the church campus.

  • This is an orphanage just outside of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Jackie and Hernando have around 35 children at any given time with two large dormitories.  We partner with this ministry by helping to cover the educational costs of each child and cover regular living expenses for this ministry to thrive. Jackie also ministers to many haitian families that are living at the dump nearby.

  • Wil Bailey is a North Carolina Conference Missionary. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Duke University Divinity School in May of 2003 and has been commissioned as a United Methodist Volunteers in Mission Individual Volunteer. His wife, Yolanda, is an active, life-long member of the Evangelical Methodist Church of Costa Rica. He founded Costa Rica Mission Projects through the Methodist Church of Costa Rica.  They serve the people of Costa Rica through various work projects and ministries, they are based in the San Isidro area.