Bahamas Habitat recruiting pilots for mission
September 11, 2015
ORLANDO – Bahamas Methodist Habitat is recruiting volunteer pilots and passengers for a four-day mission trip called the "Fly In to Serve Others."
Pilots and passengers will meet at an Orlando airport on Thursday, Oct. 22, and fly out that afternoon to Camp Symonette in Eleuthera. They will spend Friday, Oct. 23, and the following morning doing mission work, including delivering potable water where needed and sheet-rocking at a medical center.
Saturday afternoon, Oct. 24, is set aside for sight-seeing, and the group will return to Orlando on Sunday, Oct. 25. The $350 registration fee includes most meals and accommodations at Camp Symonette. For information about Bahamas Habitat, click here. For information about the fly-in, click here. The organization also is seeking donations of supplies. Click here for a list. Donated materials can be shipped to Bahamas Methodist Habitat, ACCT-16893 GHB, 100 Airport Ave., Venice, FL 34285.
Hurricane Irma - Hurricane Michael recovery: Volunteer
to bring yourself or a team to help with the recovery.
The Florida Conference of The United Methodist Church
450 Martin L King Jr Ave
Lakeland, FL 33815
(863) 688-5563 or toll free (800) 282-8011