What could I do as a GMF Us-2?
Global Mission Fellows are matched with affiliates and work sites that fit their gifts, experience, and calling.
Affiliates support innovative, community-based mission and ministries by placing fellows in the United Methodist local churches, related organizations and non-profits.
Learn more about our Affiliates and some of the service opportunities within each location.
Nome Community Center
The Nome Community Center (NCC) operates an incredible diverse collection of social service programs to serve the people of Nome all under one roof! This allows amazing opportunities to get involved in a variety of programs, while maintaining direction and focus on a specific area of interest. NCC supports a team-work model, and although volunteers and staff may be in different programs, they collaborate on projects to make the services to the community stronger.
St. Francis of the Foothills
St. Francis in the Foothills is known in the community as a church on the frontlines of the pursuit of justice. Tucson is a city with a diverse array of organizations working for justice in a variety of spheres, and the people of Tucson represent a wide range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Bridges District – California-Nevada Annual Conference
The Bridges District will challenge fellows and local churches to examine their complicity in social structures that contribute to injustice. Worksites engage fellows and local churches in alternatives to those structures, creating solidarity with those on the margins and building a more just world.
Young Adult Missional Movement of the Florida Annual Conference
The Office of Missional Engagement has a particular bent to balancing the efforts of Charity, Mercy, Development and Social Justice. They are a church of immigrants and retirees. The motto of the Young Adult Missional Movement is: Not just the future of the church - Be the church now.