BOXES OF HOPE FOOD DISTRIBUTION
Metropolitan Ministries distributes crisis food boxes, with additional food distributed from another north Pasco site. Each Box of Hope provides enough provisions to feed a family of four for three days. Our volunteers serve as “personal shoppers” to assist recipients when they make their selections at our Metro Market.
Special programs such as financial literacy and foreclosure prevention, etc, are periodically offered. Bible study classes on Sundays at 11:15 am.
SMALL GROUPS FOR FELLOWSHIP, SERVICE AND PERSONAL GROWTH
Small Groups are a way to meet and work with others who share similar interests.
- Substance abuse support programs (AA and Al-Anon) meet three times each week
- Recreational groups meet weekly to enjoy activities such as quilting and dominos
- Service groups such as United Methodist Women, and groups for youth and seniors meet regularly on site and at other locations
- Prayer groups including an email prayer team
Pasco Meal Sites
Wednesday Dinner 5-6pm
East Pasco SDA Church - 7333 Dairy Road, Zephyrhills
Other services offered: Food Pantry
Joining Hands Mission - 3244 US Hwy 19, Holiday
Other Services offered: Food Pantry - Clothes Closet - Community Resource Counseling
Sunday Worship Schedule:
9:00 am - FREE Breakfast
10:00 am - Worship Service
11:15 am - Sunday School or help clean-up
It's every kid's summer dream to be part of a fun, memorable day camp experience, but it's not always possible for each child. Our Summer Camp helps make this dream a reality for children whose families are experiencing homelessness or financial hardships.
Children in kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to attend a week-long, full-day summer camp every year. This free event is hosted by numerous churches and service organizations. Up to 120 children come to camp, held on the campus of Metropolitan Ministries, 3214 U.S. Highway 19 in Holiday, Florida.
Morning arrivals start at 8:00 am with afternoon pickup at 5:00 pm. Each day, campers receive a healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Volunteers present various learning activities including singing, drama, arts and crafts, indoor and outdoor physical activities, as well as many special events. In addition, at the end of the week, all campers receive a new pair of shoes and a back-to-school backpack filled with all of the necessary supplies to help kick-off their new school year.
For further details . . .
Please call the office at (727) 937-3268.