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Do you have an interest in learning more about Native American people?
Do you have a "heart" to reach out to Native American people?
Do you know that there are thousands of Native American people living throughout our conference?


The Florida Annual Conference and the Committee on Native American Ministries (CONAM) needs your help.  It is our goal to see a Native American Ministry Representative appointed in each church. This person would be instrumental in keeping their congregation informed about the needs of the native people in their area and of ways that your congregation can help. If you would like to help us reach the Native American people in the Florida conference, then, Click here to learn more or you can contact Vickie Swartz - CONAM Chair at vswartz@verizon.net or at 941-544-6951.

Come and join us for the 11th Annual Native American Ministry Gathering

at the beautiful Life Enrichment Center in Fruitland Park, FL. This is an event for those who are interested in ministering to Native American people, have Native American heritage or are just interested in the Native American culture. This is an especially informative event for those who are Native American Ministry Reps in their local churches or are thinking about becoming Reps. Everyone is welcome.

For more information, contact Vickie Swartz at 941-544-6951 or via email at vswartz@verizon.net.

Hope to see you at the Gathering!

This event is sponsored by the FL. Conference Committee on Native American Ministries (CONAM)



 

CUBA SISTER CHURCH  

Is a sister church relationship with a church in Cuba the right mission for you & your church?

Biblical justification:

Acts 1:8:  But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.
 
Thus we are called to witness locally, regionally (nationally) and globally.
 
Historical justification:
 
Methodism began in Cuba in the late 1880’s when the Florida Conference sent missionaries to Havana.  By the time of the revolution, the Methodist church was the largest in Cuba, and was part of the Florida Conference until 1968.  The Cuban Bishop and the Bishop of the Florida Conference signed a covenant of mutual support in 1997.
 
Spiritual justification:
 
There is an amazing evangelical revolution taking place in Cuba, and we have been given an incredible opportunity to join in the amazing work of God in that country.  With the loosening of restrictions by the government, the Methodist church is again experiencing phenomenal growth, but they need our help.
 
Cuba is a third-world country where no one starves, but there is really not enough to survive.  They have no reliable food, medicine, housing, transportation, communication, dependable electricity, water, etc.—all of the things we take for granted.  Yet they daily demonstrate a strong faith and sure knowledge that the Lord will provide their physical needs, while they focus on the spiritual. 
 
A mission trip to Cuba is truly life-changing.  You will be surrounded by the very real presence of the Holy Spirit, and will return with the sure knowledge that these wonderful people give far more than they could ever get from us.
 
Please prayerfully consider if this is the right mission for you.  Do not hesitate to contact Rev. Josias Andujar, Coordinators, AC District Methodist United in Prayer, with any questions. Email Rev. Josias or  phone (772) 878-1155. Join us on Facebook at Methodists United in Prayer—Atlantic Central District

To view an excellent slide presentation that tells the story of MUIP click here
 

Cuban News of  what's happening in our District: 


The Lord continues to do wonderful things in and through our Christian brothers and sisters in Cuba. Is it time for you to join in this wonderful ministry?

 

Calendar of Reports Due

 

For a list of reports due, please click here.

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