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Lake & Sumpter County

Red Kettle Challenge

Set up your own kettle and promote it with your co-workers, family and friends.

Donate To Our Kettle

You can make an online donation to our Digital Kettle from your computer or mobile device.

Ring The Bell

Enjoy a fun time with your family, friends or co-workers while helping us change lives.

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Leesburg/Lake & Sumter Counties

Lake County Programs and Services:

  • Emergency Financial Assistance
  • Emergency Food Assistance
  • Emergency Disaster Services
  • Holiday Assistance
  • Pathway of Hope
  • Community Breakfast
  • Senior Lunch Program
  • After School Program
  • Youth Character Building
  • Men’s & Women’s Ministries
  • Worship Services

Sumter County Programs and Services:

  • Emergency Financial Assistance
  • Emergency Food Assistance
  • Emergency Disaster Services
  • Holiday Assistance
  • Pathway of Hope
  • Women’s Ministry

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Social Services Office Assistance
  • Food Pantry
  • Community Breakfast
  • Emergency Disaster Services
  • After School Program Mentors
  • Summer Day Camp
  • Back to School Bash
  • Angel Tree Christmas Assistance
  • Red Kettle Campaign

Sunday Worship:

  • First Sunday Breakfast – 9:00am (first Sunday of the month)
  • Sunday School/Bible Classes – 9:45am
  • Worship Service – 10:45am
  • Junior Church – 11:15am

Nursery available for children under 5 years old

Worship & Service Center/Administration

2605 South Street
Leesburg, FL 34748

(352) 365-0079

Mailing : PO Box 491265 Leesburg, FL 34749

Sumter Service Center

870 N. Main Street
Bushnell, FL 33513

(352) 568-2284

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Corps Officers

Lieutenant Chris & Elyse Doborwicz

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