Service and Mission
Volunteers in Mission
This year's UMVIM trip is April 17-22. We will return to Christfield, Maryland to continue working in areas that were devestated by Hurricane Sandy. Contact Blair Smith to sign up. More info to follow.
"Be glad and rejoice: for the Lord will do great things.” (Joel 2:21)
This is the motto for your DUMC VOlunteers in Mission (VIM) team. Thanks to the generous donation of one DUMC family and the support for and the work of the Tongues of Fire BBQ team, the VIM program is very strong financially this year. What is needed now is your physical presence. Skilled or unskilled, we’ve got a job for you. Along the way we’ll meet some interesting folks, eat well, eat well, eat well and be doing God’s work on earth. Don’t think that you can’t help or that you’ve not got the time. Come and learn how to roof a house or drywall a home. Maybe you just want to smash down a wall. As for time, many of us are still working and find that this period spent working for the Lord rather than for ourselves is the most rewarding that we’ll do all year. Contact Blair Smith at 410.798.7236 or email for more details or to join the VIM team mission in January.
The Missions Team has as its primary purpose to support mission programs at Davidsonville United Methodist Church. These programs include, but are not limited to, Volunteers In Mission (VIM), Emergency Response Team (ERT), Appalachian Service Project (ASP), Habitat for Humanity, Little Drops, Red Bird Mission and other outreach and local projects.