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Local Outreach

Acts Of Kindness (AOK)

God tells us in Ephesians 2:10 that “we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand so that we would walk in them.”

Simple things like cookies and treats for our civil servants, Easter Baskets for our shut-ins, Food Bank emphasis, toiletries for inmates, Blessing Baskets as needed, cleaning supplies for SAVE and diapers and baby items needed for our food boxes go a long way to show the love of God to those in need.

We should remember that small things done with great love can change the world. A random act of kindness is a simple, effective, and fun way to show the love of Jesus to the people around you and all it takes is a servant heart to be a part of AOK.

Matthew 25:40And the King will answer and say to them, ‘Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these My brethren, you did it to Me.’ (NKJV)


Celebrate Recovery

Meets Tuesdays 6:30pm In Madden Hall

For more information about Celebrate Recovery click here ->  Celebrate Recovery or contact: Jeff Stevenson at 615-869-9329 or jstevenson4610@gmail.com.


  Pray4EveryHome

“Pray 4 Every Home” is an initiative to have believers praying for their neighbors.  Once you sign up, each day you will receive a list of 5 neighbors who you are asked to pray for. All the names and addresses have been taken from public records and are constantly being updated for accuracy.  For more information about Pray4EveryHome click here ->  Pray4EveryHome


Lifeline Ministry (Cannon County Jail)

This ministry’s purpose is meeting the spiritual needs, and physical needs of men inmates through sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ through Bible studies once a week and to encourage them to enroll in our Celebrate Recovery program after incarceration. The greatest blessing is when we see men change their lives through Jesus Christ and now living a productive and godly life.


Cannon County S.A.V.E.

Cannon County S.A.V.E. is committed to stopping the cycle of domestic violence in our community. They believe all residents of our county, regardless of race, gender, class or religion deserves to be treated with care and dignity. They strive to eliminate the barriers victims confront in seeking services for domestic violence and work to assist victims in taking back their lives.

First Baptist Church provides monthly support for S.A.V.E to purchase items such as children’s snacks and cleaning supplies. Volunteers, from the church, shop and deliver the items to S.A.V.E. each month.


Senior Adult Ministries (The Saintly Seniors)

Saintly Senior Outing Update