Hammock Community Church *** Outreach



Healing Prayer

Rev. Dr. D. D. Turlington

This outreach is lead by trained prayer ministers at Hammock Community. You may simply walk into our chapel when scheduled, or you may make an appointment with Rev. Turlington or by emailing ChristianPartners4Prayer@yahoo.com.

             Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 2 pm to 3 pm

             Tuesday, June 15, 2021 - 2 pm to 3 pm

Hammock Community Food Bank

Pat & Bill Bohler, co-Chairs

Our food bank is open every Tuesday from 11am - 1pm to serve those in need in the Hammock Community. Between 30 and 60 families are served every week with help from the Grace Community Food Pantry (http://gracecommunityfoodpantry.com) which provides the Hammock Community Food Bank with fresh fruit, vegetables and frozen meats to which our church provides both volunteers and supplemental non-perishable groceries.

Note-The food bank schedule has been altered due to the COVID situation:

          Tuesday, June 8, 2021 - 11am to 12 noon

          Tuesday, June 22, 2021 - 11 am to 12 noon


Family Life Center in Flagler County

Pam Moore & Marcia White, Coordinators

The Women of the Church together with the congregation of Hammock Community Church are proud to have included The Family Life Center as one of our outreach programs. We contribute to various special programs presented throughout the year for various holidays and to the monthly needs of the residents under the protection of the center.

The Women of the Church provide Easter Baskets for the children at the center and Christmas Baskets for the mothers every year.  The Family Life Center is a Domestic/Sexual Violence Center and Emergency Shelter. It is private not-for-profit social service organization providing no-cost services to families experiencing Domestic Violence and victims of Sexual Assault within the community and rural areas of Flagler County. For more information, please refer to: www.flcsafehouse.org/home.

Sheltering Tree

Janice Hoskins & Jan McKinney, Coordinators

The Sheltering Tree operates out of the First United Methodist Church in Bunnell. It is open for housing the homeless at night during the cold weather when it drops below 40 degrees. Supper and breakfast are served to them, also. Both donations and volunteers are needed. $400.00 was recently donated to the Sheltering Tree to help with their utilities. $100.00 was donated by The Women of the Church and the Church Board contributed $300.00.

Stuff the Bus

Janice Hoskins & Jan McKinney, Coordinators

Stuff the Bus (S.T.U.F.F.) is a program supported by the Flagler County Education Foundation and is designed to help families with children who are in need of school supplies and clothing, etc. Any school supplies (i.e. paper, pencils, pens, notebooks, crayons, calculators), personal care items and childrens' shoes and clothing are urgently needed.

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library of Flagler County:

Imagination Library means books in the hands of every young child to read and keep for their very own. Children born on or after September 1, 2010, living in Flagler County are eligible and will receive a brand new, age appropriate book each month until their 5th birthday.  There is absolutely no cost to the families. For more information about this wonderful project please see the following websites: www.FlaglerImaginationLibrary.org or www.imaginationlibrary.com/usa/firsttime.php.


Operation Christmas Child

Andrea J. Stowell, Coordinator

Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritans Purse, headed by Franklin Graham. Each year, they collect thousands of shoe boxes packed by churches and other interested groups and deliver them to children all over the world. These gifts bring everything from toothbrushes to toys, but especially The Word of God to thousands of children who are in need and know little about a loving Jesus.


Pam Walker, Coordinator

No generation prior to this one has been better acquainted with the idea of global community. Thanks to the Internet and cell phones, we can communicate instantly with our neighbors worldwide. We also have to respond to the reality of God's plan "from every tribe, language, people and nation" . Wycliffe believes that as God's plan stated....every person on earth deserves to have access to God's word. With His help, we can garner the gifts of His Church for a ministry world wide through the translation of the Bible into the "heart language" of every nation. Hammock Community Church donates time and dollars to the fruition of His Plan.