Community Outreach

A House Blest

1st, 3rd, and 5th Friday at A HOUSE BLEST (400 Orchid Drive, Haines City) from 9:00 AM until supplies last for the local Food Bank. Over 750 families are served each month with basic staples, either donated or purchased. We continue to look to train new volunteers. If you are interested in learning more about this vital ministry in our community, please contact the church office for details.
Several of our members volunteer at Meals on Wheels delivering meals to home bound recipients who have difficulty preparing their own meals in the Winter Haven and Haines City areas. Volunteers are always needed. If you would like to become a driver, kitchen helper, thrift store helper, or fundraiser, please contact Meals on Wheels at 863-299-1616 or use the link below to be redirected to their website.
Founded in 1976, this organization, headquartered in Feasterville, PA, runs Sunshine's Dream Village in Davenport, FL. The Village grants wishes to seriously ill and abused children from around the world. Lamb of God contributes to this ministry through its Men's Group.

Unity in the Community NE Polk County

Unity in the Community (UIC) is an organization based in Haines City and consists of local church leaders business owners reaching out to meet the needs of the children, youth, and families in Northeast Polk County, FL. UIC holds four major fundraisers and giveaways every year to help families in need and hosts programs such as job readiness. We are proud to be part of this initiative. Visit their website to learn more.

The Way Center

The WAY Center is a faith based organization located in Haines City. They provide a variety of services to families in need or in crisis. This includes crisis care, focus care, transitional homes, mental health, and employment aid. Visit their website or call 863-422-2309 to learn more.

The Freedom Tour

The Freedom Tour is an organization based in Lake Wales that has mobile pantries to provide food and disaster relief. We have proudly provided donations to their mobile pantries. Visit their website to learn more.
Central Florida Health Care (CFHC) was founded in 1972 to fill in the gaps of healthcare in the agricultural community. Now it is a non-profit organization with 15 locations in Polk, Hardee, and Highlands Counties. CFHC provides a variety of health care services and partners with many community groups. Visit their website to learn more.