About FFCM
Our Ministry
Ministry Goals
We are a 501(3)c non-profit ministry dedicated to serving migrant and seasonal farm workers who come to South Central Pennsylvania to harvest the various fruit crops.

The fruit growers here produce apples, peaches, cherries, apricots, and several other varieties of fruit.

Adams County Pennsylvania is called the Apple Capital of  the East Coast.
We strive to provide the following: spirtual nurture, pastoral care, recreation, advocacy, and opportunities for cross-cultural understanding through networking with area churches, community agencies, and employers to improve the quality of life for all persons in the fruitbelt.
Brief History
In this program we match area churches with labor camps. We encourage the churches to visit with the workers in their camp several times during the picking season. Often they will take a meal to share with the workers .  In addition, the churches may offer some type of recreational activity. 

These ativities have included playing soccer and volleyball, as well as indoor activities such as bingo, Uno, and a modified version of "A Minute To Win It."
FFCM was founded and incoporated in 1989, by the County Missions Commitiees in Adams, Cumberland and Franklin Counties, Pennsylvania. At the same time we became an official outreach ministry of the Pennsylvania Council of Churches. 
When churches visit in the camps, we encourage them to to do a devotional with Scripture reading and, if possible, some songs.  The workers enjoy these times of worshiping with the church members, and the church people are equally pleased.