“What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.”
Seeking justice and serving others is at the heart of who we are at Severna Park UMC. We believe that everyone is called and able to Go Out in Faith. We invite you to serve with us and connect with a mission where you can live out your call. Find out more about how we serve locally, nationally and internationally by exploring the links below. To get connected, email the leader for the mission that captures your heart or contact Kris, our Missions Chair.
Appalachia Service Project (ASP): Youth and adults work to make homes safer, dryer and warmer in the Appalachian region while forming meaningful relationships with the families and communities. Visit ASP’s website.
Backpack Buddies: The main mission of SPUMC’s Sunday School children. Children and adults collect and pack backpacks full of food each week for 24 local children facing food insecurity on the weekends.
Heaven’s Kitchen: A meal based ministry which offers Christ-like hospitality, a hot meal and clothing on the 4th Saturday of every month to the people of Brooklyn, MD.
Living Well on Wilkens (LWOW): A faith based non-profit founded and supported by SPUMC which works to help women caught in prostitution, addiction, and homelessness in Baltimore transform their lives.
Operation Welcome Home: Adults Loving Life (ALL) supports military personnel returning to the USA from overseas. We provide greeting cards to personalize with a supportive note to help provide our service members with a hero’s welcome home. Email Francie for more information!
Prison Ministry: Teams of dedicated volunteers serving inside local Maryland prisons. Participate with a team putting on a Kairos spiritual retreat weekend for inmates or mentor an inmate. There are also opportunities for artists of all ages to help create materials for the Kairos retreats.
Quilting and Prayer Shawls: Knit or crochet a prayer shawl for someone who needs to be wrapped in prayer or help make a quilted pillow for a family in need.
Volunteers in Mission (VIM): Go on a national or international short-term mission trip! Trips are often construction based, but no experience is required. The proceeds of our church garage sale support each trip. Visit the United Methodist VIM website.
Winter Relief: Help us turn the church into a home for over 40 house men and women who are in need of a warm, safe place to live during the winter. We also partner with Arundel House of Hope around the year to lead Bible studies, support the clothing ministry, and more.
Wycliffe Bible Translators: Help us support a family of Biblical translators and missionaries serving people in rural communities in Mexico.