What is Missions?
We exist to make Christ known to our neighbors and the world! The command is clear: ‘Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous works among all the peoples!’ (1 Chronicles 16:24). How will we respond to this command? At home, work, school, or play, the Bible commands Christians to share the good news of Jesus everywhere we go.
In addition, we intentionally share the gospel through partnering with various people and organizations, locally and globally, and facilitating regular short-term mission trips. May God’s glory reign among the nations!
Due to the global pandemic of COVID-19 all 2020 mission trips are on hold. However, our mission remains the same to know Christ and to make Him known. We are praying for the body of Christ in our local community, state, nation and around the world during this difficult unknown season.
Taichung, Taiwan – TBA
Enter Taiwanese university classrooms to introduce students to the Easter
“holiday” as English practice and a bridge to talking about the gospel.
Hosted by Steven and Cindy Jobert
Baltimore, Maryland – Cancelled
Conduct a sports camp for local kids, showing and sharing the love of Jesus, and go door-to-door inviting people to the Gates Church, an SBC church plant.
Hosted by Austin and Meryl O’Donald
Wakiso Town, Uganda – TBA
Be immersed in African culture as you link arms with long-term missionaries and the future African leaders they’re training for encouragement and prayer support.
Hosted by Mike and Carolyn Enis
Ljubljana, Slovenia – TBA
Cycle through the rural regions of Slovenia as you pray, distribute Bible literature, and strike up gospel conversations where Christ is not known.
Hosted by Joe and Kim Kelly
If you are interested in joining any of these teams or would like more information, please contact Matt Shirley
Someone rightly said, “The light that shines the farthest shines the brightest nearest home.” Local missions means intentionally meeting needs in our community and sharing the gospel in those contexts.
Woolsey Baptist Church supports a variety of ministries by giving to our local Baptist association, the Flint River Baptist Association, which encompasses churches in the following counties: Butts, Fayette, Henry, Lamar, Pike and Spalding.
Woolsey partners with two local ministries to share the good news of Jesus Christ with those confused and suffering. The Pregnancy Resource Center and Fayette Samaritans are located in Fayette County and demonstrate Christ’s love by meeting people’s tangible needs.
We also send people throughout the year into our community to share the message of the gospel. People go to the Fayette County Jail and a local elementary school to host a Good News Club. We also partner with M28 Church in Midtown, Atlanta.
Jesus’ commands, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation” (Mark 16:15). As a Southern Baptist Church, Woolsey Baptist Church prioritizes global missions by giving to the Cooperative Program, which supports ministries worldwide. Through this Woolsey supports over 5,000 International Mission Board missionaries scattered around the world and 5,000 North American Mission Board missionaries in North America.
We specifically partner with four missionary families who are taking the gospel to the ends of the earth. These families are serving in Taiwan, Slovenia, Uganda and the Middle East.
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