The Constitution of First Baptist Church of Carrollton, GA states in Article III, Section O. Evangelism and Missions, that “Christ commissioned His Church to publish the good news of salvation to all the world, beginning in the immediate community. Hence, all Christians are called to engage in missions through praying, giving and witnessing.” The Missions Team of our Church is charged with the responsibility of leading the church in a focus on diverse mission endeavors by bringing together individuals, families, and our congregation to engage in missions here in our community and to the ends of the earth. The centerpiece of our Missions Strategy is the development, introduction, and implementation of a Five-Year Plan, 2018-2022
The Mission Strategy Components which support the noted commitment reference the call “to engage in missions through praying, giving and witnessing” could include the following:
2018 Mission Trip to Texas
First Baptist Church, Carrollton, GA, made the commitment to participate in the Texas Coastal Church Recovery Project on July 14-21, 2018, through the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Global and in partnership with members of the larger Texas Baptist family. Coastal Oaks Church, Rockport, TX, was our base of operations upon our arrival on Sunday evening, July 15 through Friday morning, July 20. We provided a Construction Team of 8 persons and a Vacation Bible School/General Ministry Team of 13 persons, thus resulting in a total team of 21 multi-generational persons.
2016 Mission Trip to Grand Bahama
First Baptist Church family partnered with St. Cleveland Baptist Church, Freetown, Grand Bahama Island, on June 26-July 5, 2016. A group of 40 team members representing inter-generational diversity of our church–including approximately twenty (20) youth and twenty (20) adults–joined with St. Cleveland in several mission action events, including Vacation Bible School, construction/renovation, children/ youth ministry development, community building, and medical clinic assistance.