Missions at First Baptist Greenville

Missions at First Baptist Greenville is a way of approaching the world. It is Imago Dei, it is Namaste, it is the appreciation that we all belong to God and if we look hard enough, we might find Christ in each person we meet, including ourselves. At First Baptist Greenville, missions involves members of all ages engaging in ministry with partners in our backyard, in Cuba, in Haiti and places in between. Whether partnering with GAIHN to welcome homeless families to our church, partnering with our sister congregation in Guanjay, Cuba to encourage the growth of the Patio Project, partnering with our neighbors in Nicholtown to provide quality summer camp, partnering with the Living Hope Mission in Cap Haitien, Haiti to support local schools and churches, partnering with local ministries through our annual Operation Inasmuch day or partnering in one of the many other opportunities we offer, missions at First Baptist Greenville is about people.

Missions at First Baptist Greenville encourages the development of individuals’ spiritual gifts as new ministries “bubble up” from the passions of members and their willingness to be servant leaders. Missions at First Baptist Greenville respects genuine reflection and the depth of experience we can have when we expand our comfort zones and get to know our brothers and sisters in other parts of the world, other parts of Greenville and within our church family. It celebrates that we can encounter God through these encounters with others.

Missions Partners

Missions Partners

We work with many organizations to make a difference throughout the world.Learn More

Neighborhood Partnership

Neighborhood Partnership

Discover more about our work in Nicholtown, Haynnie-Sirrine, and communities throughout Greenville.Learn More

Missions Giving

Missions Giving

Learn more about how you can specifically give to missions at First Baptist Greenville.Learn More

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Take action! Get involved in our efforts at church, in Greenville, and around the globe.Learn More

Upcoming Events

Rustlings (November 17, 2014)

Motherland
Pilgrimage
April 13-24, 2015
IT IS NOT…uncommon to see a multitude of tour groups in the Holy Land of Israel any time of year. This journey, however, will be a unique experience of this sacred place. I will lead a small group of travelers on the first “Motherland Pilgrimage” of the […]

Rustlings (November 10, 2014)

I SAT…in the barber’s (I’m not even sure what to call her. Is it barber? Stylist? Cosmetologist? Beautician? Artist Formerly Known as Barber?) chair this past Thursday for my regular hair cut. She draped me in the obligatory cape, stared at my reflection in the mirror and asked, “Is it a ‘number-five-rounded-on-the-back-and-shaped-around-the-ears-cut’ again?” I happily responded, “That sounds good to me.” She […]

Rustlings (October 27, 2014)

THE SONG… is a bit schmaltzy, but the words are familiar to most of us.
The more we get together, together, together.
The more we get together, the happier we’ll be.
‘Cause your friends are my friends,
And my friends are your friends.
The more we get together, the happier we’ll be.
THE SONG… is […]

Rustlings (October 20, 2014)

I don’t particularly like ketchup. The smell of ketchup does not appeal to me… And when you get it on your hands, your hands smell like ketchup. I have friends and family members who eat ketchup on almost everything: hamburgers, steak, eggs, tacos, macaroni and cheese, rice and even […]