Our support of Local, Regional and Worldwide Missions is a big part of who we are at FFUMC. We strive to have a deep impact in our community.
Help us serve lunch to our homeless friends in downtown Knoxville through the Care Cuts ministry on the third Sunday of every month. Volunteers serve immediately following the worship service (noon – 4:00 p.m.). If you can only serve during a portion of this time frame, that’s great too! If you are unable to serve downtown after the worship service, you can volunteer to deliver the food to Care Cuts the day before (Saturday) between 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Directed donations to assist in covering the cost of the food are always appreciated. Make your check payable to FFUMC and note “Care Cuts Ministry” on the memo line or give online here. For more information, or to volunteer, send an email to Stacey Breeding here.
Provides a dinner, Christmas music, children's gifts and books, children's clothing, and a bag full of groceries to 300+ needy guests. You support this ministry financially, with the help of the Rita Hommel Endowment, individual contributions, and with 150+ volunteers.
Provides shelter, meals, and comprehensive support to families without homes, enabling them to achieve sustainable independence.
Works to reduce hunger in our community by delivering bags of groceries to the needy who have no transportation.
Provides security blankets for babies and children suffering from various sicknesses or have been traumatized and/or abused.
Builds simple, decent, and affordable houses in partnership with those in need of adequate shelter.
Provides a nutritious meal and a wellness check to the frail, homebound senior citizens living in Knox County. Senior Outreach provides meals to the same seniors over the weekend. We are currently seeking a leader for this ministry. Please call the church office for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides short-term mission trips for youth, adults, and families.
Distributes a truckload of food (in partnership with Second Harvest) three times a year and distributes children’s clothing from UMW’s Wesley’s Attic ministry.
Provides support for needy families in Morgan and Scott counties. You support this project financially and with volunteers for the Christmas toy drive.
Serves low income, homeless, and indigent people with medical care in the USA, and around the world, with traveling medical teams.
Serves the working poor, indigent, and homeless people of Knox County. The center helps with job placement, education, and emergency shelter.
12733 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37934
Worship 10:30 AM