First United Methodist Church is committed to fighting hunger. We have a team of dedicated volunteers ready to assist you each week. For food pantry services, enter through the Social Hall on the ground level, adjacent to the parking lot off 87th Road.
Days/Hours of Operation
Mondays, 8:30AM to 9:30AM
(If Monday is a holiday, the pantry will be open the following Monday.)
Thursdays, 6:00PM to 7:00PM (March - September)
You must live in the area we service and you must bring photo identification on your first visit to register.
Learning the art of dance helps young children develop knowledge, skill, and understanding about the world. Dance helps children develop literacy. To the young child, verbal language and movement are entwined.
The spiritual and mental benefits of martial arts are often overlooked because of the combative and self-defense skills that brings. The real value of martial arts is helping individuals harness their natural strength by the power within the spirit and the mind.
At First United Methodist Church of Jamaica, United Youth is committed to investing time and resources into the youth in our community. We are called to the ministry of caring for children and providing support for families in our local area. Our youth initiatives foster a commitment to young people that promotes educational growth, positive personal relationships, constructive communications and encouragement for the future.
Our fully supervised 8-week summer camp is a special community where children can develop a stronger sense of independence. We provide a safe environment where children can have fun and gain self-confidence as they learn new skills. Our is designed for children from ages 5 to 13. The program includes, but is not limited to, daily breakfasts, lunches and snacks, recreational activities on and off the premises, arts and crafts, music, dance, reading and language workshops.
Praise dance is a form of worship that seeks to articulate the word and spirit of God through the body. Our community of praise dancers share their gifts.