There is always work that needs to be done in our local community. From building decks to raking leaves to shoveling snow to repairing roofs, BBC members serve those in our local community who cannot get these things done themselves.
The Baptist Collegiate Ministry at Virginia Tech is sponsored in part by BBC. One of its assistant directors is supported in part by BBC, and several of its participants worship on a regular basis at BBC.
Each year, the Adult Ministry sponsors a mission trip in Appalachia to repair houses, give haircuts, run MOPS [Mothers of Pre-Schoolers] programs and anything else that falls within the skills of the team members on the trip. The youth ministry takes the young people of the church to new places, where they have the opportunity to share the love of Christ. Recently, the youth ventured to New York City.
The WMU group completes various mission projects throughout the year to help those in need.
Learning in Love is our ministry to our neighbors in the Adams Marke community at 422 Adams Marke Drive where we provide tutoring for kids on Mondays and Thursdays after school. We have tons of opportunities to serve, including as a tutor, working on the cleaning crew, or participating as a snack/school supply assistant. Please contact Lindsey Lumley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Reid Nicholson (email@example.com) to volunteer or donate supplies. Click here to see a video that captures the blessings occurring at 442!
We want to know! Click here to tell us about your missional activity. Once the form is submitted, a member of the Missions Team will be in touch to let you know if there are any conflicts with your event. This is mandatory for all missional activities. We want to do our best to keep BBC in the know. Thank you for your help!
For more information about mission opportunities, please contact the church office at (540) 552-3869.