Find purpose & meaning in serving others
Deermeadows loves to serve. This happens in lots of ways through leadership, teaching, hospitality, behind-the-scenes and more. Whether you are gifted in the classroom, as a musician, greeter, with kids, audio/video, construction, or serving those in need, there are opportunities to volunteer your service through God's church.
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Reaching people around the world with the love of Jesus is a priority.
In Jacksonville, we currently partner with the following organizations to share Christ's love and compassion: Seamark Ranch, World Relief Jax, Engage Jax, Hunger Fight, Twin Lakes Academy, The Inn Ministry, Florida Baptist Children's Home, All Nations Soccer League, Feeding Northeast Florida and others.
Around the globe, teams have served in Nicaragua, Haiti, Tortola, Israel, Ireland, NYC, Atlanta, Orlando, Miami, W. Virginia, Savannah, Wilmington, Nashville, the Florida Panhandle, and more.
The Deermeadows Food Pantry is available every Tuesday & Thursday to assist the under-resourced and hungry in our community. Clients may come to the church office entry where volunteers are available to assist.
Disaster Relief Trailer - To help our church quickly respond when a disaster hits, and to give us the tools necessary when going into the mission field, we have purchased a new Disaster Relief Trailer. Our Missions Committee and Helping Hands made this trailer possible. We have created an online registry CLICK HERE to make this process really easy. Also, note our needed items have a range of prices. We did this so kids can join in on the fun, too!
Deermeadows financially supports world missions.
When you give to the Deermeadows Global Missions Offering, you support work in Jacksonville, Florida, North America, and the World (SBC). In addition, donors may designate gifts to support specific mission endeavors such as Cooperative Baptists' Offering for Global Missions (CBF) and World Relief Jacksonville - simply note that on your giving envelope, or in the notes of your online giving submission.