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RUSKIN — Kenlyn South and members of her family are surrounded by just one load of toys for the visually impaired children she helps throughout the year. Photo courtesy of Kenlyn South, Photo #05-292, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0420.

PORT ORANGE — A volunteer at First United Methodist Church helps entertain the younger children attending the church's third annual Parents Night Out event while the older kids watch a movie. Photo by Samantha Noonan, Photo #05-291, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0419.

ORMOND BEACH — First United Methodist Church is transformed into the wardrobe of C.S. Lewis' "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." Members of the church built at wardrobe that was attached to the entrance of the sanctuary. The lampost featured in the story can be seen through the wardrobe doors. Photo by the Rev. Jay Therell, Photo #05-290, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0418.


TAMPA — A family together, but divided. Joseph and Murlende Jerome (back left, center) are caring for their niece Sophonie, 6, (bottom right) and nephew Kinsley, 4, (bottom center) after the children's parents were deported to Haiti. Also pictured are the Jerome's children, Angelo, 11, (back right) and Cindy, 10, (bottom left). The family attended the recent round table on immigration. Photo by Janice Buchholz, Photo #05-289, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0415.

MERRITT ISLAND — A strong man tests his strength at a block party held for neighbors at Grace United Methodist Church here. Photo by the Rev. Bob Pearcy, Photo #05-288, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0413.


GEORGETOWN — Georgetown United Methodist Church recently had to start a second service because its average worship attendance of 110 exceeds seating capacity. Shirley Drake Jordan says members "support and are enthusiastic about our Angels on Assignment outreach." Photo courtesy of Shirley Jordan, Photo #05-287, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0410.





WELAKA — Shirley Drake Jordan and her husband, Joe, retired to Florida, but immediately put themselves to work starting Angels on Assignment at their church, Georgetown United Methodist Church. The ministry works to meet the needs of people facing a variety of hardships. Photo courtesy of Shirley Jordan, Photo #05-286, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0410.

MARATHON — Marathon Community United Methodist Church in the lower Keys was one of about 100 Florida United Methodist churches damaged during Hurricane Wilma. Water from Florida Bay washed through the sanctary, flowed to the center line of US1 and then flooded back through the sanctuary. Photo by the Rev. Deborah McLeod, Photo #05-285, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0408.

MARATHON — Debris piles, like this one in Marathon, lined most of the roads in  the lower Keys. Nearly 60 percent of cars were flooded. Photo by the Rev. Deborah McLeod, Photo #05-284, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0408.

BRADENTON — Bishop José Quipungo (second from right, middle) of the East Angola Conference and Francisco Cautama (left, back) and Alcides Martins (second from left, middle), the two students from Angola who are studying at Florida Southern College as part of the partnership between the Florida and East Angola conferences,  visit with the Revs. Steve (back, right) and Catherine Price (middle, left) at their home during Quipungo's trip to Florida. Photo courtesy of the Rev. Steve Price. Photo #05-283, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0406.

BELFAST, Northern Ireland — The East Belfast Mission operates a number of community service programs, including this jobs center in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland has high levels of teen pregnancy, drug and alcohol abuse and chronic unemployment. A UMNS photo by Kathleen LaCamera. Photo #05-282, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0405.












LAKELAND — (Left to right) East Belfast Mission staff members Peter Quigley, Linda Armitage, Susan Bennett and the Rev. Dr.  Gary Mason share a moment with Florida Conference staff member the Rev. Dr. Larry Rankin (second from right) while visiting the Florida Conference Center in October. They were here to spread the word about Skainos, a project to build an urban village on a two-acre tract of land in a district of Belfast. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-281, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0405.



ORLANDO — Lynette Fields, executive director of Servant Ministry at St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Orlando, leads a training on early response after a disaster. Photo by Christy Smith, Photo #05-280, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0403.

CLEWISTON — A sign at First United Methodist Church of Clewiston was no match for the strength of Hurricane Wilma's winds. Photo by the Rev. David Berkey, Photo #05-279, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0402.

ISRAEL — U.S. religious leaders participating in an interfaith trip to the Middle East to learn about the peace process in Israel and the Palestinian territories visited the Western Wall (Temple Mount), also known as The Wailing Wall. Photo by the Rev. David McEntire, Photo #05-278, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0399.


ISRAEL — The Rev. David McEntire (center), pastor of the United Methodist Church of the Palm Beaches, and other religious leaders from the United States talk with Khalil Shikaki (left), a Palestinian researcher and statistician, during an interfaith trip to the Middle East to learn about the peace process in Israel and the Palestinian territories. Photo courtesy of the Rev. David McEntire, Photo #05-277, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0399. Web photo only.

FLORIDA CITY — A group of girls participating in afternoon activities offered by the Branches ministry after Hurricane Wilma learns about nail care. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-276, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0398.


FLORIDA CITY — Volunteer Stacey Morales tells the story of the Good Samaritan and challenges kids participating in afternoon activities at the Branches outreach ministry to do something good for someone else. Branches offered the kids a place to go and a hot meal for a week after Hurricane Wilma while school was closed. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-275, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0398.

LAKELAND — The Florida Conference Center in Lakeland was built in 1969. Photo by Caryl Kelley, Photo #05-274, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0397.



PEMBROKE PINES — A team from Epworth United Methodist Church puts a tarp on the roof of church member Patty Hill's house. The church gave tarps to members and neighbors around the church to help them secure their homes after Hurricane Wilma. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-273, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0396.

PEMBROKE PINES — The Rev. Adam Zele (right) asks Tristan James how things are going after Hurricane Wilma. James received a tarp for his roof, which was damaged during the storm, from Epworth United Methodist Church, where Zele serves as pastor. James' house is about a block from the church. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-272, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0396.

PEMBROKE PINES — Pew cushions lie on the tops of the pews at Epworth United Methodist Church. Members put them there so they could finish drying after being soaked from water leaking through the roof during Hurricane Wilma. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-271, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0396.

CLEWISTON — South West District disaster coordinators Jim Luther (left) and Bill Barnes stand under the roots of a tree in Clewiston that was blown over during Hurricane Wilma. Photo courtesy of Bill Barnes, Photo #05-270, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0395.

WEST PALM BEACH — Volunteers unload 150 flood buckets from Peachtree City United Methodist Church in Atlanta, Ga. The Georgia church also delivered buckets to Broward County to be shared with United Methodist churches in Canal Point, Pahokee and Belle Glade. Photo courtesy of United Methodist Church of the Palm Beaches, Photo #05-269, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0394.

WEST PALM BEACH — The Rev. David McEntire puts up a sign just a few hours after Hurricane Wilma cleared the area, letting residents know the church is open to help. Photo courtesy of United Methodist Church of the Palm Beaches, Photo #05-268, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0394.

CLEWISTON — Rev. Douglas Pareti (left) brings a load of diapers and supplies from Memorial United Methodist Church in Lake Placid. Photo by the Rev. John Hicks, Photo #05-267, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0392. Web photo only.







CLEWISTON — Faced with the aftermath of recovery from Hurricane Wilma and the cancellation of door-to-door trick-or-treating due to debris along the roads, First United Methodist Church of Clewiston held a "Truth and Treat" party coordinated by the youth. More 75 children and parents joined in the evening of fellowship, games, room-to-room trick-or-treating and story time. Photo by the Rev. John Hicks, Photo #05-266, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0392. Web photo only.

CLEWISTON — All that's left of this Clewiston home after Hurricane Wilma is a pile of rubble, with barely enough room on which to paint the demolition symbol. Photo by Gricel Hernandez, Photo #05-265, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0392.




NAPLES — Neighborhood children help clean up the outreach ministry Grace Place after Hurricane Wilma. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Campbell, Photo #05-264, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0391. Web photo only.

CLEWISTON — The youth at First United Methodist Church here offer free pumpkins to the community, which was hard hit by Hurricane Wilma. Photo by John Hicks, Photo #05-263, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0390.













MIAMI — Miami Lakes United Methodist Church lost its steeple during Hurricane Wilma. Photo courtesy of Miami Lakes United Methodist Church, Photo #05-262, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0389. Web photo only.

NAPLES — Despite damage to its roof, Cornerstone United Methodist Church will serve as a distribution center for other areas of the South West District that were harder hit. Photo by the Rev. David Harris, Photo #05-261, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0388.

CAPE CORAL — Copper sheeting from the roof of Grace United Methodist Church here was blown off during Hurricane Wilma and landed in the retention pond behind the church. Photo by the Rev. Jorge Acevedo, Photo #05-260, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0388.

CLEWISTON — Fallen trees littered the grounds of First United Methodist Church here after Hurricane Wilma. Photo by the Rev. David Berkey, Photo #05-259, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0388.

CLEWISTON — Streets of Clewiston were flooded after Hurricane Wilma passed directly over the area. Photo by the Rev. John Hicks, Photo #05-258, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0388. Web photo only.

ALVA — Lodges at the conference's South Florida camp lost shingles and doors and sustained sofitt damage during Hurricane Wilma. Photo by the Rev. David Berkey, Photo #05-257, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0388.

ARCADIA — 103-year-old Mary Nearing (left) plays cards with some of the other Arcadia residents who chose to ride out Hurricane Wilma at Trinity United Methodist Church here. Nearing is a veteran of the area's hurricanes and stayed at the church's shelter during the three storms that hit the state last year. Photo by the Rev. David Harris, Photo #05-256, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0387.

















ARCADIA — Residents prepare to ride out Hurricane Wilma at Trinity United Methodist Church here. The church opened as a shelter for the night. Photo by the Rev. David Harris, Photo #05-255, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0387.






ARCADIA — A 2004 hurricane victim is leased into her FEMA mobile home at the group site in Arcadia. FEMA photo by Andrea Booher. Photo #05-254, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0385.

SOUTH AFRICA — Wokers print No Cenáculo, the African Portugese edition of The Upper Room, at the Africa Upper Room Ministries headquarters near Johannesburg. Photo courtesy of Africa Upper Room Ministries, Photo #05-253, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0384. Web photo only.

TAMPA — Ronald Rink (left) and the Rev. Dr. James Harnish, senior pastor at Hyde Park United Methodist Church here, share a moment at the church parsonage. Rink was visiting from South Africa to share his work as coordinator of Africa Upper Room Ministries with members of the church on World Communion Sunday Oct. 2. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-252, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0384.












MADISON — A truck filled with water and other supplies arrives at the Madison depot from United Methodist churches in DeLand and Orlando. Rev. Lawrence Barriner (right), director of the Wesley Foundation at Florida A&M University, helps unload the truck, owned by Tom Fanenbaum. Photo by Margaret Throgmorton, Photo #05-251, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0381. Web photo only.

MADISON — Supplies stored in the packing area of the Florida Conference Disaster Response Depot have been donated by churches and individuals from across the conference. Photo by Margaret Throgmorton, Photo #05-250, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0381. Web photo only.


ORLANDO — Volunteers at St. Luke's United Methodist Church here add flood buckets to a truck headed to communities affected by Hurricane Katrina. The truck had made stops at other United Methodist churches in the East Central District to gather supplies as part of a coordinated districtwide effort. Photo by Lynette Fields, Photo #05-249, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0379.

MIAMI — Families of migrant farm workes accept clothing distributed by Cutler Ridge United Methodist Church at a migrant camp in South Florida. The church is also collecting other items for the families to help them cope with the loss of jobs and property caused by Hurricane Katrina. Flooding from the storm destroyed fields and crops. Photo by Betty Grantham, Photo #05-248, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0377.








LAKELAND — Alcides Martins (left), conference staff member Icel Rodriguez (center) and Francisco Cautama share a laugh in the Connectional Ministry Team suite at the Florida Conference Center in Lakeland. Martins and Cautama are living and taking classes at Florida Southern College for a year, while working as interns for the conference and extending the partnership between the East Angola and Florida conferences. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-247, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0376.

ST. PETERSBURG — During the children's time at Riviera United Methodist Church's morning worship service Sept. 11, Scott McQueen (center) shares what happened on the mission trip a team from the church took to Bogalusa, La., Sept. 4-6. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-246, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0374.

MADISON — Volunteers unload supplies for victims of Hurricane Katrina at the Florida Conference Disaster Response Depot in Madison. Photo courtesy of Margaret Throgmorton, Photo #05-245, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0373. Web photo only.
















FORT MYERS — An electrician and his son walk away happy customers after being helped by both the American Red Cross and members of First United Methodist Church of Fort Myers. The church provided space for a Red Cross processing center that is helping families displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Photo by Carl Scharfenberg, Photo #05-244, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0372.

FORT MYERS — Survivors of Hurricane Katrina wait to see a case manager or just take a break at the Life Enrichment Center at First United Methodist Church of Fort Myers. Church members and Red Cross volunteers have been helping survivors of the storm at a Red Cross processing center set up at the church. Photo by Carl Scharfenberg, Photo #05-243, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0372.

ORLANDO — Hurricane Katrina survivors wait to receive checks from the American Red Cross that will help them pay for food, lodging and other immediate needs. The Red Cross had been providing debit cards, but ran out of its supply. The organization has since restocked and is back to giving out the cards at its processing center at First United Methodist Church of Orlando. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-242, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0371.

ORLANDO — American Red Cross volunteers work with survivors of Hurricane Katrina at a Red Cross processing center set up at First United Methodist Church of Orlando. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-241, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0371.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH — Members of Coronado Community United Methodist Church pack health kit for the United Methodist Committee on Relief at a warehouse provided by church members. Photo courtesy of Coronado Community United Methodist Church, Photo #05-240, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0368.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH — This sign was provided by the city of New Smyrna Beach to direct area residents to a warehouse furnished by Coronado Community United Methodist Church members for collections of supplies for the United Methodist Committee on Relief. Photo courtesy of Coronado Community United Methodist Church, Photo #05-239, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0368.

JACKSONVILLE — Children at Southside United Methodist Church here run a lemonade stand to help raise money for Hurricane Katrina survivors. Photo by Faith McCall, Photo #05-238, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0366.

POMPANO BEACH — Youth at First United Methodist Church here display compact discs they have collected for youth impacted by Hurricane Katrina. They are also collecting new and slightly used compact disc players and batteries, all of which will be sent to displaced youth in Texas. Photo courtesy of First United Methodist Church, Pompano Beach, Photo #05-237, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0366. Web photo only.
















ORLANDO — Volunteers of all ages attend the "It's a Good Thing" Hurricane Relief Rally at the Lake Nona YMCA to help assemble "hope boxes" of supplies that will be delivered by Goad International to churches along the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Mississippi. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-236, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0362.

ORLANDO — People stopping by the "It's a Good Thing" Hurricane Relief Rally at the Lake Nona YMCA could write messages of encouragement on a banner that will be sent to Trinity United Methodist Church in Gulfport, Miss. Photo by Tita Parham, Photo #05-235, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0362.

BRADENTON — Flooding in the Gulfport, Miss., community caused water to rise to just eight inches below the ceiling in some people's homes, according to the Rev. Catherine Fluck Price. Residents tried to dry out and save whatever they could. Photo by the Rev. Catherine Fluck Price, Photo #05-234, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0361.





BRADENTON — The Rev. Catherine Fluck Price (second from left) and three lay members from Harvest United Methodist Church here get ready to head to Gulfport, Miss., with a truck full of supplies for Hurricane Katrina surviviors. Photo by the Rev. Steve Price, Photo #05-233, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0361.

TAMPA — Volunteers and leaders at Hyde Park United Methodist Church pray before a 53-foot tractor-trailer filled with supplies heads to Broadmoor United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge, La., to help survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Photo by Rusty Carpenter, Photo #05-232, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0359.

TAMPA — Volunteers at Hyde Park United Methodist Church load a 53-foot tractor-trailer with supplies for survivors of Hurricane Katrina. The truck is headed for Broadmoor United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge, La. Photo by Kay Cornwell, Photo #05-231, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0359.

HOUSTON — Hurricane Katrina evacuees line up to receive clothing, shoes and other essentials at the Houston Astrodome building. A UMNS photo by John Gordon, Photo #05-230, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0355.













BILOXI, Miss. — Hurricane Katrina washed away all of the pews and the carpet of Leggett Memorial United Methodist Church in Biloxi, Miss. Half the roof and the back wall of the sanctuary are all that remains. The church is on the grounds of Seashore Assembly and faces the Gulf of Mexico. A UMNS photo by Woody Woodrick, Photo #05-229, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0354.

CODEN, Ala. — Belt Road in Coden, Ala., is blocked along Mississippi Sound due to damage from Hurricane Katrina. Coastal roads along the Gulf of Mexico were devastated by the storm, complicating rescue and relief efforts. A UMNS photo by Mike DuBose, Photo #05-228, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0354.

PLAQUEMINES PARISH, La. — Boats are tossed onto a major highway in a Louisiana parish near Empire, Buras and Boothvelle where Hurricane Katrina made landfall Aug. 29. Photo by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Photo #05-227, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0352.





WARWICK, Ga. — Brittany Dulabone (left), Brandi Wyskocil (middle) and Abby Randall aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty. The members of St. James United Methodist Church paint a field shed at Warwick United Methodist Church in Georgia. The youth are part of a group that traveled to Georgia to help the Warwick youth group with various projects at the church. Photo by Holli McLaughlin, Photo #05-226, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0349.

WARWICK, Ga. — The youth groups of Florida's St. James United Methodist Church and Georgia's Warwick United Methodist Church gather in front of the Warwick church sign. The two churches began a relationship earlier this year when the Florida youth visited the Georgia youth to help them revitalize their youth ministry. Photo by Eric Mudge, Photo #05-225, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0349.



LAKELAND — The Rev. Tom Norton is hoping AMEN (Amateur Methodist Emergency Network) Radio can expand its services during disasters to help with medical emergencies. Norton is disaster response coordinator for the Gulf Central District of the Florida Conference and pastor of Christ United Methodist Church in St. Petersburg. A UMNS photo by John Gordon, Photo #05-224, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0346.

LARGO — Students participating in the Handicapable ministry at St. Paul United Methodist Church here enjoy at trip to a local game. Photo by Jim Puyda, Photo #05-223, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0343.




A scene from "The Journey," a new United Methodist television commercial that will debut during the flight of commercials airing this September during the back-to-school timeframe. Photo by Mike DuBose/UMCOM, Photo #05-222, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0342.

PUNTA GORDA — Hurricanes Charley and Frances offered many churches the opportunity to do more than invite and welcome their neighbors last September. Members were able to be the church for people struggling to get back to some semblance of normalcy after the storms. Like many churches in hard-hit areas, First United Methodist Church  here provided ice, water, supplies and hot meals to its neighbors. Photo by Michael Wacht, Photo #05-221, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0341.








LEESBURG — Campers take a moment to enjoy water activities on Lake Griffin. The Warren W. Willis camp grounds, which house the majority of the summer camp activities, are located on the shores of the lake. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-220, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0339.

LEESBURG — Team members momentarily trade their Bibles for instruments as they motivate campers in the morning with several songs. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-219, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0339.

LEESBURG — Jacob Moye, 11, (left) works up his courage to pet a snake held by summer camp team member Morgan Hopfensperger. Hopfensperger and fellow team member Jenny High were preparing the class to go on a nature walk. Campers share in small groups, worship together and participate in different activities, such as nature walks, each day of the week-long camp sessions. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-218, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0339.

LEESBURG — Buddy Gerry Weeks (left) assists camper Angela Yeager as she prepares a serving of dirt cake, made with chocolate pudding, cookies and gummy worms. Weeks, a buddy for one day, said she has been involved with the program for about four years. “The campers are dear, and it’s wonderful to be a part of it,” she said. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-217, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0338.

LEESBURG — Camper Marc DeVito (left) and his buddy, Tim Turner, take a break from tossing a ball in the pool at Warren W. Willis Camp here. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-216, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0338.





OCKLAWAHA —  Carolyn Kerson, interim director of the Ocklawaha Emergency Food Center, a ministry of Community of Gratitude, works in one of the pantry areas of the center, located on the property of Ocklawaha United Methodist Church. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-215, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0337.

CUBA — The Methodist Church of Durañona was one of eight Methodist churches in the southeastern part of Cuba destroyed when Hurricane Dennis hit the island several weeks ago. Photo courtesy of the Methodist Church of Cuba, Photo #05-214, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0336.

THE VILLAGES — The Mount Pleasant United Methodist Chuch Male Chorus sings a song during A Celebration of Worship July 10 for the North Central District at New Covenant United Methodist Church in The Villages. Photo courtesy of the Daily Sun, Photo #05-213, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0333.

CUBA — Guanito Methodist Church in southeastern Cuba was turned to rubble by Hurricane Dennis. The church is a sister church to Hyde Park United Methodist Church in Tampa. Photo courtesy of Hyde Park United Methodist Church, Photo #05-212, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0331.

CUBA — Although Niquero Methodist Church, under construction in October 2004, survived Hurricane Dennis, it wasn't so lucky in 1998 when Hurricane Mitch destroyed the former church building. Reconstruction began in 1999. Photo by Renee Kincaid, Photo #05-211, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0331.

PENSACOLA — Damage left in the wake of Hurricane Dennis July 11. Photo by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Photo #05-210, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0330.







LAKELAND — Hyde Park United Methodist Church officials are hoping the church's compact disc will orient members and new comers alike to the church and its many ministries. Photo by Caryl Kelley, Photo #05-209, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0327.




LAKELAND — During the Rev. Alex Carmichel's (right) report for the Florida United Methodist Children's Home, Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker shows delegates at the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event the EAGLE accreditation plaque the Children's Home recently received. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-208, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0323.

LAKELAND — Delegates vote on resolutions brought before them at the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-207, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0321.







LAKELAND — The Florida Conference Spiritual Formation Team worked for two months to create the Prayer Garden for the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event. Visitors could either kneel at the altar or sit in chairs and pray at the various prayer stations set up around the Garden. Organizers say more and more people visit the Prayer Garden each year. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-206, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0320.

LAKELAND — Bill Viehman visits each of the six specially designed stations of the Prayer Garden featured at the annual conference event, leaving physically and emotionally overcome by his feelings. Florida Conference Lay Leader Bill Walker encouraged all laity to visit the Prayer Garden during his laity address. Viehman called Walker a “catalyst” in motivating him to spend 45 minutes in the area. Photo by J.A. Buchholz, Photo #05-205, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0320.

BOKEELIA — Gerard Cicoria (center), a volunteer for Beacon of HOPE and member of Pine Island United Methodist Church in here, checks on the progress of Roberta and Harold Futch, who lost most of their belongings in Hurricane Charley. Cicoria helped repair their home and more than 450 others. A UMNS photo by John Gordon, Photo #05-204, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0319.






BOKEELIA — The Rev. Scott Harris is a founder and was the first chairman of Beacon of HOPE, formed to help victims of Hurricane Charley after the storm hit Bokeelia. With an appointment to a new church, Harris is ending five years of service as pastor of Pine Island United Methodist Church here. A UMNS photo by John Gordon, Photo #05-203, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0319.

LAKELAND — The Rev. Dr. Kevin James and the Rev. Vicki Walker give each other a high five when their team answered a question correctly during The Florida Conference Challange game  show. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0202, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0317.

LAKELAND — Conference staff and volunteers visually explain the Conference Equipping Netwok concept that's part of the conference's resturcturing efforts taking effect this year. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0201, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0317.







LAKELAND — Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker admits defeat when his red team loses The Florida Conference Challenge game showto the yellow team at the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0200, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0317.

LAKELAND — Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker (left) cheers as his team answsers a question correctly during The Florida Conference Challenge game show that was part of the report from the former Conference Council on Ministries at the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0199, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0317.




LAKELAND — The Rev. Dr. E. Keith Ewing answers a question during the South East District's breakout group on clusters. Ewing has been serving as suprintendent of the Miami District while the conference moves toward implementing its new district structure, effective July 1. Miami District churches will be part of the new South East District, led by the Rev. Debbie McLeod, superintendent of the former Broward Palm Beach District. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0198, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0316.

LAKELAND — A delegate participating in the South East District's breakout group to discuss clusters waits to be recognized. Each new district held a question and answer time focusing on clusters after the opening session of the annual conference event June 2. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0197, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0316.




LAKELAND — The Rev. Catherine Fluck Price, a member of the task team that focused on shaping how the clusters would be formed and function, urges delegates at the June 2 session of the annual conference event to "think missionally and spiritually" about the churches with which they would like to cluster. "What churches will stretch you? With what churches do you naturally relate?" she said. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0196, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0315.

LAKELAND — The Rev. Jeff Stiggins, superintendent of the former Orlando District and new East Central District, clarifies key points related to the new church clusters beginning this year at the 2005 conference event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0195, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0315.

LAKELAND — Youth in the T.eens L.oving C.hrist Choir from Orange Park United Methodist Church sing during the service of oridnation and retirement June 5 at the "One Body One Spirit" 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0194, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0314.














LAKELAND — The Rev. Sandra Forkner, a deacon retiring at this year's annual conference event, passes the mantle to the Rev. Jeffrey Oglesby, who was ordained an elder in full connection during the June 5 ordination service. The passing of the mantle symbolizes the passing of the responsibilities, spirit and dedication of the older generation to a new generation in ministry. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0193, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0314.

LAKELAND — Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker asks those attending the service of ordination and retirement during the last session of the Florida Annual Conference Event June 2-5 to remember their baptism. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0192, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0314.


LAKELAND — The Rev. Brinda Le Bleu assists during the baptismal renewal service at the annual conference event June 3, waving palm fronds sprinkled with water over delegates. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0191, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0313.












LAKELAND — Bishop Charlene Kammerer waves to fellow Floridians during the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event. Kammerer, who attended the conference as guest preacher, is bishop of the Virgina Conference, but was elected to the episcopacy from the Florida Conference. She was born in Orlando, Fla., and lived in the Winter Garden area in her early years. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0190, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0313.

 LAKELAND — Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker (left) receives a t-shirt from the Rev. Jim Kuse, chairman of the Episcopacy Committee, during the opening session of the annual conference event that is imprinted with the state of Florida and hurricane symbols, reminding him he's bishop of a "stormy" conference. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0189, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0311.



LAKELAND — Florida Conference Storm Recovery Center (SRC) case manager supervisors Geralynn Coss, Pam Cahoon and Cristina Stube (left to right) are recognized with other storm recovery workers during the SRC presentation June 2 at this year's annual conference event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0188, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0311.

TALLAHHASSEE — Children attend the "One Voice for Children" press conference April 7 in Tallahassee in support of the Children's Summer Nutrition bill. Photo by Meredyth Earnest, Photo #05-0187, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0310.

LAKELAND — This year's 90 summer camp team leaders are commissioned by Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0186, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.

LAKELAND — Four candidates for ministry are ordained at the annual conference event's closing service June 5. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0185, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.

LAKELAND — Youth of the Florida United Methodist Children's Home choir share their gift of song with conference delegates. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0184, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.







LAKELAND — One of the youngest attendees of the annual conference event enjoys the One Celebration picnic dinner at Florida Southern College June 4. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0183, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.

LAKELAND — Delegates give to this year's annual conference offering, which will be used in East Angola for projects related to the partnership between the Florida Conference and the East Angola Conference of the United Methodist Church. A portion will also go to the Florida Conference Children's Harvest. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0182, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.


LAKELAND — Richmond Area Bishop Charlene Kammerer presided with Florida Conference Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker over a communion service held June 2 during the 2005 annual conference event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0181, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.

LAKELAND — Florida Conference Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker dedicates the superintendents who will serve in the nine new districts effective July 1. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0180, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.





LAKELAND — A delegate pours one of 14 pitchers of water into a fountain as part of a brief ceremony at the opening session of the conference event. The 14 pitchers symbolize the 14 districts that are being reduced to nine. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0179, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.

LAKELAND — A Clergy Kid helps a delegate put school supplies in a backpack as part of the Florida Conference Children's Harvest ministry. The backpacks will be given to needy kids across the state. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0178,  accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.






LAKELAND — Delegates become one body and one spirit through the worship and music featured at this year's annual conference event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0177, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0308.

LAKELAND — Delegates begin the opening session of the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event June 2 with words of challenge and support from conference leaders, but also with praise and song. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0176, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0307.


LAKELAND — Conference Lay Leader Bill Walker urges lay delegates attending the opening session of the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event June 2 to accept the call to take action and serve “a fractured, hurting, lost world." Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0175, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0307.



LAKELAND — At the opening ceremony of the 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event, 14 pitchers of water were poured into a fountain, symbolizing the ministry of the 14 districts under the old structure. The districts are being reduced to nine, and they will officially begin to function July 1. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0174, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0306.

LAKELAND — Bishop Timothy W. Whitaker addresses clergy and laity June 2 during the opening session of the "One Body One Spirit" 2005 Florida Annual Conference Event. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0173, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0306.

LAKELAND — The Rev. Jack Kelley (left), a retired minister, visits with two new friends while participating in the Celebrate Jesus pre-conference mission event. Kelley urged the pair, both homeless, to look to Jesus and never give up hope as they struggle to get back on their feet. Photo by Janice Buchholz, Photo #05-0172, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0305.

LAKELAND — Delegates pray with a family while visiting residents in an area near downtown Lakeland. Volunteers went door-to-door in the neighborhood as part of the Celebrate Jesus mission opportunity, one of two pre-conference mission events. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0171, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0305.













LAKELAND — The Rev. David Adams (right) helps the Rev. Fawn Mikel install insulation at a Habitat for Humanity home under construction. The Habitat site was one of two pre-conference mission opportunities available to delegates, offering them a chance to reach out to the Lakeland community. Photo by Janice Buchholz, Photo #05-0170, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0305.

OCOEE — Ocoee Oaks United Methodist Church moved into its new facility last November. Attendance nealry trippled in the span of just two weeks. The $2.25 million building is located in a visible area near a local mall and has the benefit of 14,000 cars passing it daily, according to the church's pastor. Photo courtesy of Ocoee Oaks United Methodist Church, Photo #05-0169, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0300.






MALANGE, Angola — Like most of the buildings at the Quéssua complex here, the theological school was nearly destroyed during the country's civil war. Money raised in the Florida Conference will help rebuild it. Quéssua was once a thriving missionary and spiritual center of the United Methodist Church in Angola. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0168, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0294.

MALANGE, Angola — East Angola United Methodists worship in Quéssua United Methodist Church, despite the scaffolding and broken windows. Money raised in the Florida Conference through annual offerings is helping make reconstruction of the building, which was damaged during the country's civil war, possible. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0167, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0294.











MALANGE, Angola — During Bishop Timothy and Melba Whitaker's visit to Angola last November, students at the Hope for the Children of Africa School received school kits provided by members of Florida Conference churches and assembled during the 2003 Florida Annual Conference Event. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0166, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0294.

ORLANDO — Luis Salgado, a member of Christ Hispanic United Methodist Church here, loads sweet potatoes onto a pickup truck during a Potato Drop sponsored by the Society of St. Andrew (November 2001). Church members used the opportunity to canvass the neighborhood, offering residents free potatoes and information about the church. Photo by Michael Wacht, Photo #05-0165, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0290.

LAKELAND — Volunteers from First United Methodist Church here work on a home being built by the Lakeland Habitat for Humanity. Photo courtesy of Lakeland Habitat for Humanity, Photo #05-0164, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0290.






DAYTONA BEACH — A mission opportunity at the 2004 annual conference included a fun day for families at the band shell here that provided food, entertainment and a chance for area residents to get to know their United Methodist neighbors. Photo by Geoff Anderson, Photo #05-0163, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0289.







ANGOLA — Alcides Martins joins Bishop Timothy W. and Melba Whitaker and other members of the East Angola Conference staff on a trip to Kalandula Falls during the Whitakers' visit to Angola last November. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0162, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0288.

MALANGE, Angola — Alcides Martins reviews literature from Florida Southern College (FSC) during a visit with Bishop Timothy W. and Melba Whitaker last November. He is one of two Angolan students who will be studying at FSC this fall as part of the East Angola-Florida Conference Partnership. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0161, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0288.





MALANGE, Angola — Francisco Cautama (left) reviews literature from Florida Southern College (FSC) with his translator during a visit with Bishop Timothy W. and Melba Whitaker last November. Cautama is one of two Angolan students who will be studying at FSC this fall as part of the East Angola-Florida Conference Partnership. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0160, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0288.

















ARCADIA — This mother and her seven children appreciate the help they received from Florida Conference Storm Recovery Center Case Manager Gricel Hernandez and volunteers. The family's home was destroyed during the hurricanes last fall. Photo courtesy of Gricel Hernandez, Photo #05-0159, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0283.

MOTA, Cuba — The Methodist church in Mota. Photo by Carolyn Smith, Photo #05-0158, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0280.






MOTA, Cuba — (L-R) Carolyn Smith and Millie Carey join Juan Carlos, pastor of the church in Mota, and Yamilel Oran Oliva, a member of the church, on a ride in the Cuban countryside. Photo by Dania Sellers, Photo #05-0157, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0280.















PILON/MOTA, Cuba — Members head to worship during a visit from members of Keystone United Methodist Church, Tampa District, to their sister churches in Cuba's Sierra Maestra District. Photo by Carolyn Smith, Photo #05-0156, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0279.

PILON/MOTA, Cuba — Cuban Methodists worship at a Methodist church here with members of Keystone United Methodist Church in the Tampa District. The Tampa group visited its sister churches in Cuba's Sierra Maestra District last fall. Photo by Carolyn Smith, Photo #05-0155, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0279.







TALLAHASSEE — The decorated hands of Florida children adorn the Capitol's rotunda. Photo by Meredyth Earnest, Photo #05-0154, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0275.

TALLAHASSEE — (L-R) Rep. Greenstein joins Bishops Whitaker and Goodpaster for a discussion in the Capitol's rotunda. Photo by Meredyth Earnest, Photo #05-0153, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0275.



ARCADIA — A CNN news team visits the Rev. David Harris (center) soon after Hurricane Charley hit to cover the widespread effects of the storm in the community surrounding Trinity United Methodist Church here and the work the church had begun with the area's migrant workers. Photo by Michael Wacht, Photo #05-0152, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0273.

LEESBURG — Youth enjoying summer camp at the Warren W. Willis United Methodist Youth Camp. Photo by the Rev. David L. Adams, Photo #05-0151, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0268.

LEESBURG — The cross on the lake at the Warren W. Willis United Methodist Youth Camp here reminds campers of their call as Christians. Photo courtesy of the Florida Conference Summer Camp Ministry, Photo #05-0150, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0267.




LEESBURG — Florida Conference summer camps offer youth lighthearted opportunities to "put on a new face," but organizers of this year's summer camps hope youth will experience a lasting transformation on the inside, as well. Photo by the Rev. David L. Adams, Photo #05-0149, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0267.

LEESBURG — Nancy Critchfield of Winter Park, Fla., spends time in silence and prayer at the  Florida Conference's Life Enrichment Center here during last year's Five Day Academy for Spritual Formation. Photo by Lucy Wray, Photo #05-0148, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0263.

LEESBURG — The Rev. Jan Gregory-Charpentier of Upton, Mass., (foreground) and Sarah Madsen of Brooksville, Fla., spend time at the prayer labyrinth during last year's Five Day Academy for Spritual Formation at the Florida Conference's Life Enrichment Center here. Photo by Lucy Wray, Photo #05-0147, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0263.







BAGHDAD, Iraq — The hallway in one of Saddam Hussein's palaces. Photo courtesy of the Rev. Terri Jones, Photo #05-0146, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0262.

BAGHDAD, Iraq — The Rev. Terri Jones (right) sits on the balcony of one of Saddam Hussein's palaces. Photo courtesy of the Rev. Terri Jones, Photo #05-0145, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0262.

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. — Members of the United Methodist Council of Bishops gather for a group photograph during their Oct. 30-Nov. 5 meeting last year at Epworth by the Sea. A UMNS photo by Mike DuBose, Photo #05-0144, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0261.

LEESBURG — Youth gather on the dock at the Warren W. Willis United Methodist Youth Camp during a summer camp week. Since 1948, the camp has been providing a natural space for people of all ages to grow spiritually. Photo by Michael Wacht, Photo #05-0143, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0254.







BRADENTON — Harvest United Methodist Church here is working with a Publix store in its area to collect items for health and medicine kits requested by the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) for tsunami survivors. The store puts together completed kits for customers to purchase and donate. Church members make sure the kits get to UMCOR's depot in Louisiana. Photo by Brenda Venhuizen, Photo #05-0142, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0244.

BATEILIK, Indonesia — Children play outside their tent at a camp for people displaced by the Dec. 26 tsunami. The Methodist Church of Indonesia is helping support programs at the facility. A delegation of United Methodist mission and communications leaders visited areas of Sumatra, Indonesia, near the epicenter of the earthquake that triggered the waves. A UMNS photo by Mike DuBose, Photo #05-0141, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0238.

GALLE, Sri Lanka — Two girls care for their sleeping younger sister in the Sri Gnangbhasa Yogasramaya Buddhist temple here. Religious groups on the island nation are cooperating to meet the emergency needs of the 900,000 people whose homes were destroyed. A UMNS photo by Paul Jeffrey, ACT International, Photo #05-0140, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0232.




















MALANGE, Angola — Teachers at the Women's Center, located at the Eastern Angola Conference Center here, stand next to some of their handiwork. The women teach the girls in the orphanage to sew and cook. The only sewing machines that work are two treadle machines bought with funds from the Florida Conference in 2003. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0139, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0230.

MALANGE, Angola — Children at the orphanage here sing for Bishop Timothy and Melba Whitaker during their visit in November last year. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0138, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0230.










MALANGE, Angola — A young girl at the orphanage here stands by her bed, one of many in a long row of bunk beds covered with mosquito netting and housing the children's few belongings. Photo by Melba Whitaker, Photo #05-0137, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0230.

KAUNAS, Lithuania — A United Methodist volunteer (right) serves sandwiches to neighbors through a church-sponsored feeding program. Photo by Violetta Talandis, Photo #05-0136, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0228.



KUWAIT — The Rev. Terri Jones (left) serves communion to CPT Abner Wang of the U.S. Navy during a Sunday service before Christmas. Jones is a U.S. Army Reserves chaplain serving in Kuwait. Photo by SFC John Barrow, Photo #05-0135, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0223.

GAINESVILLLE — Children attending the community dinner provided Christmas day by Grace United Methodist Church here enjoy time with Santa, better kown as the Rev. Dennis Heiberg, the church's pastor. Photo by David Kirk, Photo #05-0134, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0219.

GAINESVILLLE — Guests from the Salvation Army join Santa for dinner Christmas day at Grace United Methodist Church's community dinner. Photo by David Kirk, Photo #05-0133, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0219.











ENGLEWOOD — Englewood United Methodist Church member Dick Hire becomes "Cranberry Man," serving cranberries to guests at the church's Christmas day community meal. Photo by Caroline McCoy, Photo #05-0132, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0219.

ENGLEWOOD — Guests enjoy dinner at Englewood United Methodist Church Christmas day. The church opened its doors to more than 1,400 of its neighbors for the annual community Christmas meal. Photo by Caroline McCoy, Photo #05-0131, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0219.

WAHNETA — Children of migrant workers affected by the 2004 hurricanes experience the fun of twirling a hula hoop at a Christmas party given for them by United Methodist Hispanic Mission here. Photo by Armando Rodriguez, Photo #05-0130, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0217.

TAMPA — Vern Dykema (center) and other members of Hyde Park United Methodist Church here unload toys given by the church to children and teens at Good Samaritan Mission in Tampa, which works with migrant worker families. More than 500 toys were collected. Photo by Diane Dykema, Photo #05-0129, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0217.

SEVILLE — Trinity United Methodist Church's fellowship hall was filled with bicycles before Christmas. The bikes were provided by Covenant United Methodist Church in Port Orange and given by Trinity to children in Seville affected by last summer's hurricanes. Photo courtesy of Trinity United Methodist Church, Photo #05-0128, accompanies e-Review Florida UMNS #0217.





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