Missions

Feeding Hungry Children - A local ministry of First United Methodist Church ensuring that local school children have food to eat over the weekend.

 

We currently are supporting 154 children at five local schools with food that might not otherwise be available. Many dedicated people contribute food and hard work toward this wonderful ministry. 

Dr. Emmanuel and Mrs. Florence Mefor - The Mefors are medical missionaries commissioned by the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church. They are currently serving at Mutambara Mission Hospital in rural Zimbabwe.

 

Princeton First United Methodist Church is in a Covenant Relationship with the Mefors through prayer support and providing $2500 annually for their great missionary work in Zimbabwe.

World Hunger and Poverty - Through the World Hunger/Poverty program, the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) not only supplies food for hungry people, but also helps poor countries move forward with development. Seeds, tools and training are provided to enable people to grow their own food. First United Methodist Church has provided support for this ministry for many years.

Mary's Cradle - Mary's Cradle is located at Trinity United Methodist Church in Bluefield, WV. Their services include assistance for pregnant women, infants, and toddlers. This includes  providing supplies that mothers need when coming home from the hospital with a new baby including sleepers, receiving blankets, diapers, toiletries, wipes, and more.

Ebenezer Community Outreach Center (ECOC) - ECOC is located in Huntington, WV, and is one of seven mission projects established by the West Virginia Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. The primary task of the mission is to provide children with a safe and nurturing learning environment. ECOC also empowers people to be in mission cooperatively, and locally to address the issues of literacy, racism, economic conditions and spiritual hopelessness as they relate to all who live within the service area.

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