St. Luke's United Methodist Church


4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road
Orlando, FL 32819
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Habitat for Humanity Build Day

December 3, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Habitat for Humanity builds strength, security and self-reliance through homeownership. Join a team on the next St. Luke’s Build Day to help build and revitalize homes in East Winter Garden.


Next Build Date: Saturday, December 3

Time: 9:00 a.m. to approx. 2:00 p.m. (Depending upon work being done, end time may be earlier.)

Location: 275 Center St, Winter Garden, FL. Parking is on-site.


St. Luke’s is partnering with West Orange Habitat for Humanity on a new community in East Winter Garden called Criswell Court, where four homes will be built.

This Build Day will include home construction activities.

Build days are scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. but may end early, and you are welcome to leave whenever your other Saturday commitments require.

All tools and instructions are provided. No construction experience is necessary — you may even pick up a new skill or two while you partner with other St. Lukers to make a difference for families in our community.

Click on the Sign Up link below to register for the December 3 workday.





We have worked primarily on the rear two houses but take a look at this picture from West Orange Habitat on the progress being made on the front two houses!

Habitat Mentors Needed

Habitat for Humanity is looking for Mentors to walk beside families for 9 months as their new home is being built. Mentors attend training, monthly Family Service Committee meetings and regularly check in with the Habitat family. If you have the gift of Mercy and Wisdom, this serving opportunity may be for you!

Mentorship means people who:  

Care about families and who are patient, instructive, compassionate and responsible

Can commit to about 9 months to walk with the family

Agree to attend one mentor training session, and a monthly zoom meeting with the family

services committee meeting to update the committee on their family.

Mentors agree to: (these are just basics, more information is provided)

Attend a one-hour training session at their convenience and receive a training manual
Attend Family Service committee meeting/Zoom once a month to update on progress
Be the family first point of contact for West Orange Habitat following guidelines
Not to provide any monetary or in kind gifts to family
Regularly connect with the family by phone, in person, text, email for about 9 months
Pray for and positively impact the family with joy!
Walk the journey with the family to answer questions and ensure they complete:
200 hours of sweat equity (300 for a married couple)
Financial Literacy classes (we host/provide these for families only/no mentors)
Saving for a down payment
Maintain good credit – again, mentor training is provided for this)
To learn more, contact Amy Winslow at

For more information, contact

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