The Church Office (above) is open Monday
thru Thursday from 9:00 until 4:00. On
Fridays it is open from 9:00 until noon.
During the summer, the office closes at 3:00.
Our phone number is 352-687-1119.
Our Fax is 352-687-4848.
Email is email@example.com
The Boys & Girls Club is located in the Old Fellowship
Hall. (below). The B&G Club is an after school program
with transportation from the area elementary schools.
The Annex was originally built for storage; became the
scout building; became SEED childcare; and today it
serves the scouts and also host the Sr. Adult Dining Site
(M-F 9:30-12:30). Cub Scouts meet on Mondays at 6:30
pm during the school year.
The CE Building was built for Sunday School Classes.
It has been remodeled so that there is one large
meeting room and a smaller one. The Large room is
used by the choir: SHINE meets by appointment. The
smaller room has become our food pantry and music
The Armstrong Family Life Center was opened in 2000 to serve the needs of the growing church and
community. The front part of the building houses the SEED childcare ministry with 9 classrooms. The
middle is a commercial kitchen and the back is a full size gymnasium / auditorium with stage. The gym can
seat about 800 for a performance or 500 for a banquet. The rest rooms have a shower.
The building is named for The Rev. Dr. Sherman Armstrong who was the first installed pastor of the church
and served faithfully for 17 years from 1977 to 1993.
Seed is open Monday thru Friday from 6:30am to 6:00 pm. They can be contacted at 687-1823. The Gym is
used by a variety of groups: Thursday is Table Tennis. In addition we host , the Busy Bee Quilt Show, a
variety of concerts, and much more. The Lake Weir HS JV Basketball team practices in the gym during
Above is the Dot
Left is the
in memory of
Our Gardens bring a sense of peace and tranquility to our
church campus. We give thanks to those who spend hours
maintaining them. We always welcome volunteers to help
our "Weed Whackers" maintain our grounds.
Above is the Cloister Memorial Garden. The granite obelisks
list the names of loved ones whose ashes are buried in the
The Mary Lou Lee
opened in the fall
of 2010. Within it,
one will find the
Thrift Store, a
and the Soap Box
Derby Car storage
20,000 lbs of rubber
mulch made from
shredded tires. The
mulch has been
treated and sealed
and provides a safe
surface for the kids
to play on. We
believe in recycling.