We are the hand, feet, and voice of God.


Helping Hands Ministry

Helping Hands Outreach Ministry shares God’s love and provides long-term systemic change in the communities near The Villages, Florida, with improved housing, household furnishings, and support for families in need. We have completed homes for more than 25 families in need. Today, Helping Hands has more than 300 volunteers following God’s call to serve families in need. God has truly blessed our ministry and our community.

To volunteer, contact Charles Stuart below.

For more information on donating and store hours, click here.

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Bargains and Blessings Resale Store

“Bargains for You… Blessings for Others”

Bargains & Blessings is the Helping Hands resale store located in the heart of Wildwood. We offer quality, affordable furniture, major appliances, clothing, household goods, children’s items, and much more. Proceeds benefit the families aided by our Helping Hands Ministry!

To volunteer, contact Denny Hutchison below.


Wildwood Family Resource Center

At Kids Central, our mission of service, excellence, and caring is reflected in everything we do. We are dedicated to achieving measurable, positive outcomes for children and families in the Central Florida communities we serve. Child safety is of utmost concern.

To volunteer, contact Shawanna Felton below.

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Wildwood Food Pantry

This ministry provides bags of food, diapers, and some paper products to needy residents of North Sumter County. Distribution is the first and third Fridays of each month. Food donations may be placed in the chest located in our Summerhill Narthex. As a part of the Wildwood Food Pantry ministry, people donate diapers and baby food that will be distributed to families with infants. Donations are placed in the chest located in the Summerhill Narthex.

For more information and to volunteer, contact Don Huggins below.


Wildwood Middle High School Mentor Program

Our goal is to create a partnership between local churches and students at WMHS by providing an ongoing mentor program for identified students which will focus on four foundational areas: physical needs, spiritual, academic/career, behavioral. New mentees begin each September of the new school year. Mentees are rising 8th grade students, who will benefit from extra guidance to support them through high school with a goal of graduation and entry into their choice of military, college, or career. Students will continue in Mentor program as they promote from grade to grade.

To become a mentor, contact Anne Foote Hill below.

For more information about additional Summerhill Campus Missions contact Kathy Hudak Yoakum below.

For more information about additional Lake Deaton Campus Missions contact Jonathan and Donna Baker below.