Reaching the ever growing ethnic populations of Southwest Florida
Bring them into a loving relationship with Christ Through Social Services, Education, and Worship.

We Are Here To Help

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Iglesia Luterana de Immokalee

(Immokalee Lutheran Church)

106 South 2nd Street, Immokalee, FL  34142

Pastor Roberto Selle: (239) 281-1664

Culto en Español: domingo, 9:00 AM

Escuela dominical para niños: 9:00 AM

Estudio Bíblico para adultos: domingo, 10:30 AM

Llamar al Pastor Roberto para el transporte (239) 281-1664

Bethlehem Haitian Church – LCMS

(Immokalee Lutheran Service in Haitian-Creole)

106 South 2nd Street, Immokalee, FL  34142

Pastor Andre Mezilus: (239) 537-5725
Mardi Etude Biblique 7 h a 9,30 pm
Mercredi Evengelization adomicil 6/8 pm
Vendredi Jeuve de priere 7/10 pm
Dimanch 9/10h30 Ecole du dimanch
Dimanch 10h30 a 12 Adoration
Rele pastor Andre pou transportation (239) 537-5725
Oubien F. Liverner Jean (239) 324-3453


In a crisis, we give families need just a small boost to make it through. We provide emergency food and clothing to help bridge the gap between crisis and stability. We provide a hand up to those who need.

In Immokalee, our formal food pantry hours are
Wednesday, 9-12 and 1-4.



We help families know what they need to know to succeed. We teach English and literacy classes in Immokalee. We hold community seminars on a variety of topics. English language learners enjoy the new upgrade of a smart tv in Immokalee. Thank you to those who made it possible.

Career Opportunities

Positions to Fill

Director AMOS

Business Manager

(Click On The Job Title For Descriptions)

For More Information or To Discuss Future Employment Please Call Rev. Seth DeBartolo 786-434-5333 or send an email to:

Mission of Amigos Ministries 

Amigos Ministries is a ministry of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. We provide immigrants to Southwest Florida with the tools to be successful and contributing members of our community and the Kingdom of God. 

Vision Statement

We are known as the “Church of the Americas” because of our embrace of all generations of people from across the Americas; whether of American, Hispanic or Haitian ancestry.  Whether born abroad or here in the United States we are one body united by grace through faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.

People find joy in volunteering their time, talent and treasure to support the various ministries here as well as our Word and Sacrament ministries.  With joyful hearts people come to both serve others through our social services and to be served through Word and Sacrament.  Weighty personal problems become easier to bear because of the mutual support, prayers and fellowship of others. There is a pervasive sense of family in all that we do.

Amigos Ministries embraces the coming promise that, “They shall come from the east, and from the west, and from the north, and from the south, and shall sit down in the kingdom of God”. (Luke 13:29). In Christ we are many nations yet one family, we have multiple gifts yet one purpose, countless tongues yet one voice, diverse cultures yet one people. We are Amigos en Cristo, we are Friends in Christ.


Core Values


We believe that God wants everyone to be saved from the coming judgment by his grace through faith in Jesus Christ.  The best way to reach the lost is by establishing new churches organized around the concept of small groups.  (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 2:46-47; 8:1, 4-5)

Leadership Development

Growth is impossible without capable leadership.  By God’s grace, every believer has the potential to become a ministry leader. (Matthew 9:35-38; I Peter 2:9-10; II Timothy 2:2; Ephesians 4:11-16)

The Means of Grace

God transforms our hearts and lives through Word and Sacrament.  (Romans 10:17)
We value good stewardship.  Mission churches must follow stewardship principles leading to sustainable & dynamic growth. (II Corinthians 9:6-11; Proverbs 11:24-29)

Cultural Relevancy

The presentation of the Gospel through outreach, teaching and worship must be tailored to reach the hearts and minds of the target community. (Matthew 1:23; I Corinthians 9:19-23)


Through the love of Christ both Anglo and Hispanic believers can and must grow in love and service to all in need. (Ephesians 2:11-20; John 13:1-20)


God calls all Christians to respond to his Gospel with steadfast prayer, praise and thanksgiving.  He can overcome all obstacles to accomplish His gracious will in our lives. (Philippians 4:7; I Timothy 2:1-4; Ephesians 3:20-21)

In accordance with Federal Law, U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, and our contract with the Harry Chapin Food Bank our organization is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.