Bahamas Methodist Habitat is the disaster outreach ministry of the Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church. Since 1992, Bahamas Methodist Habitat has worked throughout Eleuthera and other family islands of the Bahamas to deliver disaster relief, improve substandard housing, and promote community. Every year, the organization hosts over 500 volunteers who perform service ranging from light construction to assisting in a children’s home.
Bahamas Methodist Habitat is called to share and receive Christ’s love by connecting the resources and needs of the global community.
Bahamas Methodist Habitat is affiliated with Bahamas Habitat, a registered U.S. 501c3. As such, gifts to BMH are tax deductible. Make a contribution to our ministry at methodisthabitat.org/donate. What Volunteers to Do
Volunteers work on home repair projects in settlements throughout Eleuthera, on Current Island, or in Nassau. Projects may include:
• Installing drywall
• Installing new doors/windows Volunteer Opportunities
Bahamas Methodist Habitat offers volunteer opportunities ranging from one day, to a summer, to long-term service. Please email us at methodisthabitat.org if you are interested in learning more about the following opportunities:
• One Day Opportunities
• Short Term Missions
• Long Term Volunteers
• Summer Staff