Pray for our Missionaries

FBC will send short-term missionaries to Rwanda and Uganda May 27 through June 12. While out of the country, they will work with our mission partners, Hundley Harkleroad and Missy Ward-Angalla. Please be in prayer for their health, travel, and work while away from us.

Each year FBC and the Mission Council promote a May mission offering and promote opportunities to put feet to your faith by serving others. You can participate by helping in person at one of our ministries or by donating to the Church Missions Offering. 

This year our Mission Council challenges you to cultivate a culture of humility and love in your homes by giving to the Mission offering and by finding opportunities to serve in our community. 

The FBC Mission Offering helps support the FBC Community Garden, Five Loaves and Two Fish Food Pantry, Spalding Samaritans, Abundant Life Soup Kitchen, among many other things. Please consider donating your time, talents, and money.

Your FBC mission donations help fund the local Five Loaves and two Fish food pantry. Five Loaves and Two Fish serve thousands of people in our community each year.  This is a non-profit organization committed to helping those in need in Spalding County with groceries and other non-perishable items. Five Loaves relies heavily on volunteers and donations.  Take a look at the site and find out how you can get involved or call the FBC office for more information about this ministry .  Five Loaves and Two Fish

Please consider contributing to the FBC May Mission Offering this month to help support Five Loaves and Two Fish, as well as other projects in Griffin, Georgia, and around the world.


Can You Help?

The Abundant Life Soup Kitchen is operated at Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church each weekday morning to provide a noon meal to the hungry and hurting in the Griffin Community.

FBC partners with The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship in ministry. Their initiative, Together for Hope, is a rural development coalition servicing the 301 counties of persistent poverty in rural America.

Please contact the church office using the form below if you would like to find out more about ways you can serve in the Abundant Life Soup Kitchen or other FBC mission opportunities. Serving others connects us together and as Paul said , “It puts feet to your faith.”

You may also reach out to our Mission Council Chairperson, Sandra Long.

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