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FFUMC partners with the following ministries both with monetary support through the budget as well as volunteer and fundraising assistance through the United Methodist Women, The United Methodist Men and other groups.

Action Ministries

Through hunger relief, housing and education, Action Ministries seeks to assist the community by providing relief and enabling families to become independent. FFUMC supports Action Ministries’ Summer Lunch Program each year by providing lunches one day a week for families whose children are on the free or reduced lunch program during the school year..


Bloom provides support for Georgia’s foster children through free clothing, baby gear, books, school supplies and more. For more information, visit bloomouryouth.org.


Through foster care, family housing, transitional and independent living programs, Wellroot aims to provide children with a safe environment in which they may flourish.

Pregnancy Resource Center

Fayette Pregnancy Resource Center is a faith-based, non-profit organization offering physical, spiritual and emotional support to women and men facing unplanned pregnancy. This ministry is frequently supported by United Methodist Women.

Promise Place

Promise Place exists to prevent domestic violence through awareness programs, educational training and providing safe environments for the victims and their families, utilizing legal advocacy, emergency shelters and transitional housing.

Square Foot Ministries

FFUMC members volunteer with Square Foot Ministries to help the community by serving individuals either directly though home ownership programs or through other assistance. Each year the program introduces  youth  to the concept of responsibility through community service through IMPACT, a three-day building program. This ministry is supported financially each month by FFUMC and through volunteers throughout the year. Find out more at squarefootministry.org.

Southwest Christian Hospice

Providing comfort, encouragement and support is what hospice is all about. Families dealing with end-of-life issues are often stressed, exhausted, fearful and overwhelmed. Knowing that their loved one is being cared for by loving and experienced staff brings peace of mind and allows the family to rest and regain their strength.