So you want to go on a mission trip!

Individuals, families and Sunday School classes can serve in a variety of ways locally, nationally, and around the globe. Can’t participate in person but can pray or give to be a part of the mission work happening? Click to find more opportunities.

For more information on any of the opportunities below, please contact the Fruit Cove Missions Office at missions@fruitcove.com

[we serve because we love|we love because He first loved us!]


  • Serve our Schools
    • Consider serving coffee and bagels to the front office staff or jump in and participate in an ongoing mentoring/tutoring program. Check with your Sunday School Class or Small Group (students) Leaders to see which school your class/group is serving. Here are 36 Ways To Serve Our Schools
  • 2nd Mile Ministries
  • International Learning Center
    • The International Learning Center in Jacksonville exists to help our neighbors from other nations learn the English language and gain an understanding of American culture in a warm and caring environment. http://ilcjax.org/
  • Mission Jax
    • Local Student Mission Project July 23-27, 2018
    • Golf for the Nations / May 14

      • A benefit golf tournament at Deerwood Country Club. Proceeds will benefit World Relief Jacksonville. There will also be a banquet lunch and silent auction held following the tournament. https://worldreliefjacksonville.org/golf
    • Discover Jacksonville Summer Camp / June 18 – July 28
      • This program will serve 30 refugee children 1st-12th grade for a 6 week camp designed to help these children transition from living in refugee camps / war zones to entering Duval county public schools. Without this camp, these kids would face an even more difficult task of integrating into our public school system. https://worldreliefjacksonville.org/blog/discover-jacksonville-summer-camp-2018

Application information


  • Miami Church Plant
    • Cornerstone http://cm.church/
  • Orlando Church Plant
  • Metro NYC Church Plant
  • Operation Christmas Child
    • In addition to the annual collection of shoeboxes, we’ll send a team to the southeast regional processing center in Atlanta. Dates TBD.
  • North American Mission Board
    • NAMB is the domestic missions agency we partner with and support in the area of church planting, disaster relief and evangelism. namb.net

Application information


  • Guatemala http://idcmissions.org/
  • Cuba
    • April 29-May 5, 2018
      • Contact Gary Wilder for more information (wilderg@juno.com). The team is limited to 10 – 12 men and women, 18 years & older, no physical requirements. You must have a passport. The goals of the trip are to minister to the local churches there and assist with some light to moderate construction. The team will also be doing some children’s work and training workers and leaders.
  • London https://www.imb.org/global-cities-initiative/
    • May 30-June 10, 2018
    • This trip is for current college students in partnership with International World Changers
  • Montreal
  • Haiti
    • June 16-23, 2018
    • High school seniors and college students
  • Guatemala
    • January 27-February 3 (adults)
    • June 16-23, 2018 (families with older children, adults)
    • November 17-24, 2018 (High school juniors, seniors, and college students)
    • January 2019 (adults, possible dental mission team)
  • Romania
    • June 22-30 and July 29-August 7, 2018
  • Kuala Lumpur https://www.imb.org/global-cities-initiative/
    • Gospel City Church
  • International Mission Board
    • IMB in the international missions agency we partner with. imb.org

There is an application process to participate in any of our mission trips. Download the forms, complete and return to the church office.