The Church of God in Tampa held a blood drive as part of the 2018 Mega Blood Drive for the Passover. In total, 58 donors gave blood to save lives.
Volunteers visited the Life Care Center of Altamonte Springs to cheer up the residents there. Church members created a memorable day for the residents with a variety of entertainment and games for them to enjoy.
Volunteers participated their “Adopt a Highway” program, removing trash along U.S. Highway 441 in Mt. Dora, FL.
Volunteers throughout Florida carried out the “Mother’s Street” cleanup campaign in their local communities. Meanwhile, as part of a global effort, cleanups took place in 175 countries and 6,000 regions simultaneously.
More than 40 Church of God volunteers teamed up with Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful to clean up Harbour Island, removing more than 2 tons of trash from the area.
Seeing the hurricane’s projected path, the members of the Church of God in Miami immediately started thinking of ways to help the community overcome Hurricane Matthew.
Volunteers from Orlando and Jacksonville surprised senior citizens with a special visit. This visit coincided with the Church of God’s Volunteer Service Day 2016.
Church of God members who are students at Florida International University participated in a student involvement fair with their on-campus Bible study group called Elohim Academy.
The Church of God in Miami worked with OneBlood to host a blood drive at Tropical Park collecting more than 150 donations by the end of the event.
The Church of God in Tampa held a special family banquet for members and their families. The event featured a four-course meal and live performances.