Alan & Diane Mellinger - BULGARIA

The Mellingers serve as regional leaders in the Balkans. They oversee the work of Team Bulgaria which includes the Light and Life FMC in Bulgaria, The Anagenesis Foundation and New Start LLC (a company of creative livelihood groups and micro-enterprise businesses). Team Bulgaria consists of four additional missionary families and many nationals. The team is developing a holistic approach to ministry that includes the spiritual, educational, economic and social programs that work together to serve people.

Seth & Hlawn Hlawn Van Tifflin - Asia

Newly appointed missionaries Seth and Hlawn Hlawn Van Tifflin will move to Thailand and will serve in development and church planting. Seth was also appointed as Asia Area Administrator in March 2016. The Van Tifflins have established an orphan ministry in Myanmar: In Better Hands, which operates six children’s homes serving at-risk children. Currently focusing on partnership building, they, along with their son Jason, intend to locate in Chiang Mai.

Somerset Beach Campground & Retreat Center

Mission: Through a program of youth and family camps, retreats and leisure RV camping, Somerset Beach endeavors to serve as an extended ministry of the local church, seeking to bring persons to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and helping them to grow in Him.

Since 1982, Somerset Beach Campground has sought to glorify God through Christian camping. We serve as an extended ministry of the local church, seeking to bring persons to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and helping them to grow in Him. Whether you join us for a week, weekend, or day, it is our desire that you leave SBC refreshed and renewed . . . all for God's glory.

Somerset Beach Campground is more than just a Michigan summer camp. During the summer, we host a full summer of fun-filled, life-changing experiences for youth and adults. During the non-summer months, SBC offers the same experiences through retreats, rentals, outdoor education, and other events. These programs offer ample opportunity to get away to the peaceful surroundings of one one of the best Christian camps in Michigan.

Clawson Manor

Clawson Manor a Ministry of the Free Methodist Church Clawson Manor, and it was created to provide affordable housing for senior citizens.
First opening in the early 1970's, Clawson Manor has provided quality housing at an affordable price, providing great value for the money! All
rents include all utilities, with the exception of telephone service.

True to its mission, Clawson Manor continues to provide secure, safe, quality living for those in the golden years of life. The facility continues to be guided by a Board of Directors that is elected by the Free Methodist East Michigan Conference, holding it to the highest standards possible!

Clawson Manor is conveniently located in downtown Clawson MI (located between the cities of Troy and Royal Oak), just west of the intersection of Main St. (Livernois) and 14 Mile Rd.

Stone Haven serves by giving to the food pantry, hosting community events and providing limited transportation to the church.

International Child Care Ministries

The cost is $30 a month. Or, think of it as $1 a day. This amount is kept low because of the participation and partnership of Free Methodist churches in the villages and cities where ICCM children are served.

Your sponsorship provides for school fees, books, supplies, and food. This assistance helps prevent malnutrition, gives the child self-respect, hope for the future, a feeling of well-being and the knowledge that someone beyond his or her local situation loves and cares. In certain countries, sponsorship money also supports ICCM schools and enables them to serve good food to the students.

Through ICCM sponsorship, children are nurtured spiritually. They learn about Christ and many come to know Jesus as Savior. Eligibility for sponsorship includes attending a Free Methodist Sunday school and church regularly.


We're fighting hunger together!
Our team helped to end hunger one step at a time by participating in this year's CROP Hunger Walk on Sunday, May 7.
$2,045 raised of $1,500 goal