FBC Missions

A church with a passion for global missions

Virtual Missions Fair

Welcome to our Virtual Missions Fair. In a normal year this would be a live event, however, due to the pandemic, and circumstances beyond our control we are hosting it virtually this year.

This actually a good thing. Because the Annual Missions Fair is virtual you have the opportunity to come back and experience it over and over. This also allows you to hear about some of the missional opportunities FBC is hosting and involved in over and over. If at this moment the Lord is leading you to minister to the elder we have a place for you. In six months if God leads you to minister to children then come back here and get connected with a new opportunity.

We hope you enjoy the fair.

FBC Staff

Crossroads Pregnancy Center

To support or get involved please contact:

Brenda Freese at (864) 223-1147 or brenda@cpcgwd.org

or go to their website at crossroadspregnancycenter.org

Gateway Recovery

To support or get involved please contact:

Sherry  Chaffin at (864) 237-3611 

or go to their Facebook Page

Gideons International

To support or get involved please contact:

Bruce Johnston or go to their website at gideons.org

Good News Club

To support or get involved please contact:

Alicia James or visit their website at ceflakelands.com

Meals on Wheels

To support or get involved please contact:

Wilma Phillips or visit their website at mealsonwheelsamerica.org

Prison Ministry

To support or get involved please contact:

Randy Pitts or Rick Morris

United Christian Ministries of Abbeville County

To support or get involved please contact:

Connie Norman

UCMAC at (864) 366-6525

or visit their website at UCMAC.net

Vacation Bible School

To support or get involved please contact:

Chay Strawhorn or use the form found on our website.

WMU

To support or get involved please contact:

the FBC Church Office at (864) 366-2597

World Changers

This youth mission trip is a construction-based trip that allows students to get hands-on experience in using construction to create opportunities for gospel-centered conversations. We travel to a different city where we will stay in a local church or school at night. During the day our students work on projects that include painting, deck building, wheelchair ramp building, and/or roofing. While on site the students are led in a devotional and encouraged to talk with the home owners and neighbors about their faith in Jesus Christ. 

 

Guatemala Mission Trip

Over the past several years we have had the opportunity to build houses, visit orphanages, feed villages, and visit schools. Each of these ministry opportunities allows us to show the love of God in a tangible way and gives us the opportunity to share the gospel with those who may not have a salvation relationship with Jesus Christ.

No mission trip is quite the same, but all are a blessing—to those we minister to, but even more so to those who minister.

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