First Baptist Church St. Simons Island

Missions

Supporting our Missions at home and around the world…

Missions at First Baptist Church Saint Simons Islands encompass a wide range of  opportunities for involvement. Every one of our members has a gift to share, so we use our time, talents, and resources to be the light in dark places. Serving together, we experience the joy of seeing what God can accomplish through us when we listen to His call.

Our Missions

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Dorcus Group

Hearts and Hands: Provide hot meals for local residents every Saturday.  Volunteers cook and deliver the meals.  Contact for more information: Gayle Brown

Magnolia Manor: Provide monthly worship experience for the residents of Magnolia Manor. Contact for more information: Juanita Boyer

Women of the Word: Provide monthly gathering of working women in homes to encourage and support one another.  Contact for more information:  Janine Hendley

McGregor Mission Group: Provide monthly meetings in members’ homes to learn about and support missionaries and provide assistance to local organizations. Contact for more information: Martha Still

SuperFAITH Kids: Provide recreation and Bible study for grades K-5 on Wednesdays for children in the Boys and Girls Club. Contact for more information: Kathy McFarland

St. Marks Tower: Provide lunch and Bible study for the residents of St. Mark’s Tower the first Thursday of every month.  Contact for more information: Angie Wainright

Mission House: Maintain the Mission House as a refuge for retired or furloughing missionaries. Contact for more information: Betty Shell, Carolyn Still, Joann Eulenfeld

Christian Motorcycle Association: CMA is a servant minded interdenominational motorcycle ministry with a non-denominational message of hope and love through Jesus Christ. Contact for more information: Dan McFee

Kairos Prison Ministry:  Kairos volunteers provide semi-annual 4 day-weekend programs to share the unconditional love of Jesus Christ with prison residents followed by monthly Saturday morning mentoring sessions.  They use the motto of “listen, listen, love, love” to be God’s instrument through which His love, grace and mercy are expressed to the participants in a real and profound way.  Contact for more information: Brent Hanson

Dorcus Group: Groups of ladies who meet once a month using their talents for sewing to create dresses, bags, blankets, etc. These handmade items are then included in shipments to missionaries and churches around the world. Contact for more information: Sandra Huckaby

Operation Christmas Child: We partner with Samaritan’s Purse and pack shoeboxes with gifts at Christmas to deliver to children all around the world.  Contact for more information: Sharon Proudfoot

Manna House: Volunteers are need to serve meals to homeless in the Golden Isles area at Manna House.  Contact for more information: Peggy Russell

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