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H.I.M. (Hands In Missions)
HIM is a missions minded organization for all ladies ages 18 and up. We meet on the first Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Building.

Using the "Missions Mosaic" magazine published by the WMU, we study, discuss, and pray for missionaries and their mission field.

We also keep busy locally. Each year, we are responsible for sponsoring an Angel Tree, which supports local children who might not otherwise have Christmas. And for the past few years, we have sponsored many families from within the church and the community at Thanksgiving time by providing them with a completely trimmed-out Thanksgiving Dinner.

We typically have some light refreshments but always provide childcare, utilizing some of our dedicated youth members.

Please come and check us out! We would love to have you join us.

Current Missions
The purpose of Current Missions in Action is to be actively involved in missions by reaching out to people in our church and community by meeting physical and spiritual needs.

We work on projects such as providing knitted scarves and crocheted lap rugs for individuals or groups. We will add additional projects as the year progresses.

We meet the 1st Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.

If you're interested in being involved in missions projects that reach out to your community and enjoy knitting or crocheting, please join us for a monthly meeting. We're sure you'll come away blessed!

Acteens
Acteens is a missions organization for girls in your church who are aged 12-17 or in grades 7-12. Through Acteens, teenaged girls can have opportunities to grow in their relationships with God and their peers. Acteens learn to look beyond themselves and become actively involved in missions and ministry.

Missions is at the heart of Acteens, and members explore and do hands-on missions in their communities and beyond. Acteens are also actively involved in learning about missions and praying for and giving to missions.

Acteens offers teenaged girl an opportunity to grow in their understanding of God, themselves, and others in an all-girl environment. Acteens experiences help girls develop dynamic relationships with God leading them to make missions a continuing part of their lives.

Join us on Wednesday nights from 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. and experience the awesome things Acteens can offer you!

GA's
G.A.'s (Girls In Action) are for girls in 1st-6th grade. We meet every Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. Each week we study about missionaries in different countries. We play games, make crafts, and even try recipes from their culture.

The girls are given opportunities to earn badges for mission projects and other activities they complete.

In the summer, we go to South Mountain Baptist Camp for a week. During this week we interact with other children from other churches by having worship, devotions, and recreation. We also have a "Christmas in August" mission project.

Our goal is to teach the girls to learn, give, pray for and live a missions lifestyle.

We hope you will visit one of our meetings soon!

Mission Friends
Mission Friends is for children ages 2 years-Kindergarten. Each month we focus on a current missionary family and study about their work in the country they serve.

In Mission Friends, preschoolers participate in developmentally and age-appropriate learning activities and experiences that help set the beginning stage for a missions lifestyle.

Preschoolers learn by doing. As they participate in activities that provide repetition, stir curiosity, create a sense of accomplishment, help develop relationships, encourage investigation, and use their senses, they learn to help others, work together, pray, give, and tell others about God's love and His Son, Jesus.

Through example, imitation, modeling, activities, stories, cultural items, prayer, patience, and love, Mission Friends learn missions attitudes and concepts and the foundations of faith.

We meet every Sunday night from 7:00-8:00 p.m.

Join us for a time of exploring different countries while learning how God is working in these areas and in our lives. Hope to see you there!

Brotherhood
The Brotherhood group meets the third Thursday of each month. The men meet for a time of prayer, fellowship, and planning for ministries. The Baptist Men are over the RA's (Royal Ambassadors) the missions group for boys.

RA's
Royal Ambassadors is the missions group for our boys in grades 1st-5th. This group meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:00p.m. They learn about missions and participate in RA camp and other activities throughout the year.
RA Pledge
As a Royal Ambassador I will do my best:
  • To become a well-informed, responsible follower of Christ
  • To have a Christ-like concern for all people
  • To learn how to carry the message of Christ around the world
  • To work with others in sharing Christ
  • To keep myself clean and healthy in mind and body

Challengers
Challengers is an organization that targets young men in grades 7th - 12th and meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. They works to help them encounter God, then lead them to develop an "on-mission" lifestyle with God. Challengers provide an opportunity for building relationships between Christian men and teenagers that will encourage the young men to grow in their Christian commitment through a mentoring process. Challengers is best described as "a mission accountability group for young men." Accountability is a necessary element for any group whose members are to develop an on-mission lifestyle. Accountability assumes a commitment has been made or a goal is required. The Challengers Commitment Statement sets the goal forth in the form of a personal and group commitment that each member signs and then is encouraged, supported, and held accountable to keep.
Challenger Commitment Statement
As a Challengers member, I will . . .
  • Gather regularly with other youth for fellowship, mission study and mission action.
  • Encounter God daily through a time of personal prayer and Bible study.
  • Discover my own calling to and gifts for service, witness and ministry.
  • Participate in ongoing mission and ministry opportunities through my church.
  • Give willingly to support missions around the world through the Cooperative Program.
  • Become an informed and responsible follower of Christ.
  • Celebrate the Christian life through commitment to weekly worship in my church.

Young at Heart
Young at Heart is the name of our Senior Adult Ministry. This group meets the third Monday of each month. We have a guest speaker at each meeting. We also plan various activities, such as trips to Hamrick's, Ft. Caswell, Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens, as well as attending the Greater Gaston Baptist Association's Senior Adult Picnic and other activities. If you are age 55 or older, you are welcome to join us.

TeamKID
TeamKID (Kids in Discipleship) for children in 1st-5th grades. The children learn bible verses, have various activities with their coaches, and trips to the TeamKID store. Each Sunday evening at 6:30p.m. during the months of September through May.



"This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it."
Psalm 118:24

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5306 Dallas-Cherryville Highway
Bessemer City, NC 28016
704-435-3328

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