Serving Our Brothers and Sisters in Tanzania


Tanzania - Proposed Delegation Trip


Hear more about our partnership and a proposed 2024 Delegation Trip to Tanzania (our 7th trip)!

The trip will include meeting our friends in the three villages in the Meru District—grownups and children—and learning more about their lives. They may also have some projects that can benefit from our help…and a Safari!

If you would like to learn more about this trip or talk with members of our Tanzania Outreach Partnership Team, click the button below and fill out an interest form.

Brochures also available at church.


See the impact of our faith and support!


Many in our FPLC family know the importance of our Tanzania scholarships. Students there pay not only for college, but also their secondary education. Students and families pay what they can, some even selling farm land to help pay for the expenses, but without help from scholarships, many students in Tanzania would not be able to afford these costs. Please consider supporting these students. Some of our FPLC small groups have grouped together to support scholarhships or sponsor one of the college students for the year.

Mt. Meru Coffee

By purchasing Mr. Meru Coffee through church, you help sustain more than 2,000 farmers in Tanzania! The coffee comes in several tasty varieties, including decaf and K-Kups! Coffee can be purchsed Sunday moring before/after services at the Welcome Desk or in the office on weekdays. It also makes a lovely gift. 

Bayside Garden Cards

You can purchase these gift cards at church. 15% of the sale price goes to our Tanzania scholarship fund. They carry a lovely selection of both indoor and outdoor plants and supplies as well as gifts for all ages. A Bayside Garden Card aslo makes a wonderful gift!  These cards must be purchased at FPLC, not Bayside Garden Center! You can purchsed them on Sunday moring before/after services at the Welcome Desk or in the office on weekdays. 

Additional Efforts

The gifts of our congregtaion have also built preschools for little kids and a tailoring classroom for adults to learn a trade, provided water and food during severe droughts.