Amigos Center

On Saturday, October 10 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm we plan to distribute a new pair of sneakers to every child who comes to our Immokalee Amigos Center. In partnership with Samaritan’s Feet and with Hope Lutheran Church, Bonita Springs we will once again set up the big tent in our parking lot to share not only a pair of shoes, but also the Gospel hope we have in Jesus.


The free shoe event will also feature a special prayer ministry, food, fun activities for kids and for the weary backs of this farmworker community, free chiropractic services courtesy of Restore Chiropractic of Bonita Springs.   Come on out and help. Call Karl for more information (239) 293-1489. Volunteers should arrive at 8:00 am.


On July 31 we celebrated our first Mariachi Evangelism Campaign with over 200 people from all over Southwest Florida in attendance. Thanks to our partnership with Zion Lutheran Church we were able to bring the Mariachi San Pablo music group from the Ysleta Lutheran Mission in El Paso, Texas all the way to Immokalee, Florida. Mariachi, you got to love it! Check out the video link

Amigos Center

You can be a friend to the people of Immokalee, Florida

  • Serve as a tutor in our adult English language program
  • Serve as a Storytime Nana
  • Read to the children
  • Serve as a tutor for our English language computer lab
  • Help to sort donations of used clothing
  • Help to prepare bags of donated food
  • Donate food and clothing
  • other special needs

For more information contact Karl Glander (Service Director Immokalee Amigos Center)

    (239) 293-1489 (cel)

    (239) 657-3822 (office)


Visit us at

    Amigos Center

    106 South 2nd Street

    Immokalee, FL  34142


To arrange a tour of our Immokalee Amigos Center contact Rev. Robert V. Selle

    (239) 281-1664 (cel)

    (239) 437-6727 (office)

Amigos en Cristo

Amigos en Cristo, connecting agencies, resources and people together. We are a 501(c)3 organization.

Serving the people of our community

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USCIS Civics Flash Cards

The 100 civics (history and goverment) questions and answers for the naturalization test are included in these flash cards. The civics test is an oral test and the USCIS Officer will ask the applicant up to 10 of the 100 civics questions. An applicant must answer 6 out of 10 questions correctly to pass the civics portion of the naturalization test.

This is an easy way to learn more about history and goverment in the United States of America.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Office of Citizenship, Civics Flash Cards for the Naturalization Test, Washington, D.C., 2012.

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The  first question and answer is:



The Constitution

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By Pastor Bob Selle

Our Hispanic ministry at Hope Lutheran Church, Bonita Springs has begun a music ministry designed to enhance the worship experience during our Sunday afternoon worship service. Church member and lead guitarist Reynaldo Bernal directs Roberto Velazquez (key board), Carlos Garciá (Drummer), Cesar García (Base guitar), Ebert Enriquez (Percussionist), and Orleisy Lima (lead singer).  Orleisy and Ebert played professionally in Cuba before immigrating to the United States.  In order to share the blessing, Orleisy will sing at Faith Lutheran Church on July 27.  Everyone is welcome to participate in our 1:00 PM Spanish language each Sunday at Hope Lutheran, Bonita Springs.





By Karl Glander (Vicar)

Our volunteer staff continues to amaze as they take on more responsibility so I can continue my studies with the SMP (Specific Ministry Program).   The program is very challenging but the rewards are priceless as it is for the service to our Lord for the expansion of his Kingdom.  This is a four-year distance education program of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO that prepares for ordination as a pastor in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.  As Paul prays for the Philippians I ask yours also.

Philippians 1:6  “I am confident of this, that the one who began a good work among you will bring it to completion by the day of Jesus Christ.”



By Karl Glander (Amigos Center Service Director)

We are in the process of upgrading our audio visual equipment thanks to a grant from the LIPMAN Foundation we received to support our English language studies program in Immokalee, Florida.  Lipman, North America’s largest open field tomato grower, has an extensive and growing history of giving back to the community.  Amigos Center is thankful for their support.


By Karl Glander (Amigos Center Service Director)

This last quarter has been an eventful one.  Our English classes are in full swing Monday through Thursday from 9:30am-11:30am.  We also will soon start training our volunteer staff with new computer literacy classes.  It will help students develop basic computer skills such as how to set up an e-mail address, fill out an online job application, log on to the parent portal at their children’s school, etc.


If you would like to make a meaningful contribution of your time and talent let us know.   We have volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups: food and clothing distribution, tutoring English, children and youth ministry, etc.  What ideas do you have?

If you would like to learn more about our Amigos en Cristo ministry, visit our website,  or Facebook  Better yet, visit us in person.  We host tours of our Immokalee Amigos Center at your convenience.  Call Pastor Selle for more information (239) 281-1664.



Amigos en Cristo

Amigos en Cristo, connecting agencies, resources and people together. We are a 501(c)3 organization.

Serving the people of our community

Copyright 2017. Amigos en Cristo, Inc |

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