But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you;
and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem,
and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.
Everyone has the ability to participate in Missions by Praying, Giving, and Going.
Here are some of our upcoming, Global Missions opportunities.
San Lucas, Guatemala
April 5 - 12, 2014
Mission service will include:
Cost: $750 VOH fee to cover food, lodging, transportation in Guatemala, materials for projects.
$650 - $850 for airfare from Atlanta to Guatemala City
Applications process: Please complete the mission trip application and return it with a $150 deposit made out to FBCS by January 12, 2014
Information available soon.
New City Church
October 18-20, 2014
December 13-15, 2014
Listed below are ministries our church helps on a monthly basis. The funds to do so are from designated gifts our church family gives to Missions. Thank you for your contributions and support!
Pregnancy Resource Center | prcgfriends.org
PRC of Gwinnett is a non-profit ministry that is dedicated to providing services to women with crisis pregnancies. The Resource Center allows women to address their pregnancies while acknowledging the sanctity of life.
Southeast Gwinnett Co-op | segwinnettcoop.org
The SE Gwinnett Co-op and its partners promote the Kingdom of God by providing our community with a way to minister to families in crisis needing immediate emergency assistance with food, clothing, financial support and counseling during their time of need.
Streetwise Ministries | streetwisegeorgia.org
StreetWise Georgia is designed to help get struggling families back on their feet and functioning independently. StreetWise offers a place where people can count on getting the help and support they need, whenever they need it.
Missionary Aviation Repair | marcalaska.org
MARC: Missionary Aviation Repair Center
The McCullough family are missionaries at MARC and part of our FBCS family. Their mission is to expand the reach of the Gospel in Alaska by: flying people and supplies where there are no roads, supporting other missionaries & their aircraft, and training missionary-minded pilots & mechanics.
New-City Church | new-citychurch.com
New City Church, pastored by Patrick Thompson, is a new church plant located in Long Island City, New York.
Eternal Hope in Haiti | eternalhopeinhaiti.org
Eternal Hope in Haiti is a Christian mission organization that provides free medical treatment through mobile clinics. They also operate Hope Haven, an orphanage for critically ill, medically fragile and abandoned children.
Wycliffe | wycliffe.com
Tim & Tara Ellis and their kids are a missionary family in Papua New Guinea and part of our church family. Tim uses his IT skills in computer hardware maintenance to further the Bible Translation process. Today about 209 million people do not have any Scripture in their language. Wycliffe’s vision is to see the Bible accessible to all people in the language they understand best. Visit blog.
Good News Haitian Church | goodnewshaitianchurch.com
A church plant that met for four years at FBCS.
Village of Hope | facebook.com/VillageofHopeGuatemala
A Special Needs Children’s Home in San Lucas, Guatemala.
FCA Outdoors | fcaoutdoors.org
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is beginning an Outdoor Ministry to reach out to students.
Our church is a member of the Georgia Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention and we support missionaries in Georgia, the United States and around the world through our gifts to the Cooperative Program.
Each week a percentage of our undesignated tithes and offerings go to the Cooperative Program which supports the International Mission Board, the North American Mission Board and 6 Southern Baptist Seminaries as well as the ministries of the Georgia Baptist Convention.
Southern Baptist Convention (SBC)
Cooperative Program (CP)
Georgia Baptist Convention (GBC)
International Missions Board (IMB)
North American Mission Board (NAMB)
But we urge you, brothers, to do this more and more, and to aspire to live quietly, and to
Mind your own affairs, and to work with your hands, as we instructed you, so that you may
walk properly before outsiders and be dependent on no one.