Mission Volunteers

People are eager to help those in need. They are looking for joy in troubled times. They are finding it through living out their faith by serving those who are suffering. Faith and good works go heart and hand.

"Mission Volunteers" is especially appealing to youth group leaders. A mission trip to Epworth could be the turning point in young lives. Christians are more concerned with meeting the needs of others than accumulating treasures for ourselves.

When young people observe others in tough situations—those needing home repairs, families lining up for a free meal or men looking for any chance to work—they learn to approach these times with a right attitude. They learn this by hands-on experience. We guarantee they will begin to seek wisdom from God.

As we gain a new respect for the less fortunate we recognize that our actions should correspond with inward faith. This is the true blessing and eternal value in participating in a "Mission Trip" to Epworth.

Holding a food drive and stocking shelves for Second Harvest Food Bank, packing and delivering groceries destined for poverty stricken housing areas, sacking oyster shells for reef building and participating in a neighborhood clean-up are but a few of the mission projects available.

If your group is interested in participating in "Mission Volunteers" please click the link below to view current "Mission Volunteer Opportunities." Please feel free to give us a call for more detailed information at 912-638-8688 or email epworth@epworthbythesea.org.

It is suggested all mission team volunteers bring the following items regardless of the volunteer assignment:

• Sunscreen
• Insect Repellant
• Rain Gear
• Closed toe/heel shoes (required in most locations)
• Hat
• Work Gloves
• Plastic Gloves
• Trash Bags

Sundays at Epworth By The Sea:

• 8:45-9:15 a.m. Please join us in worship at Lovely Lane Chapel, the oldest church building on St. Simons Island. Everyone is invited. Casual dress.

•Sunday evenings in June and July: The Gathering Place Main Event is a FREE high energy non-denominational event that draws over 1,000 students weekly on Sunday nights during the summer months. This is an event put on by students for students, filled with lights, engaging music, skits, and relevant gospel teaching. Gifted communicators share the powerful reality of a relationship with God on a weekly basis. You’ve got to experience it to believe it! www.thegp.org

7:00pm Pre-Event Games and Entertainment
7:30pm - Doors Open in Strickland Auditorium
8:00pm - Main Event!

Group Reservations for The Gathering Place: If you would like to assure that your group can sit together, we will save you seats in the back half of Strickland Auditorium. You may reserve seats online, and let us know how many seats you want saved. If your seats are not occupied by 7:45 pm, we will open these up to the general public. Without reservations, seats will be available first come, first serve. Reserve your seating here by Saturday at noon before the event you are attending.