Our Missions Team assists the FBC family in determining needs, and we actively participate in both monthly and annual projects to benefit the local Hopewell community, as well as projects which reach out to the state, nation, and around the world. There are mission opportunities for children, youth, and adults.
For more information on a specific project, or to share your desire to contribute, please contact Missions Group Leader, Mitzi Eubank.
Current Mission Drives
Hopewell Food Pantry
Items that are urgently needed:
canned meats, canned fruits & vegetables,
peanut butter, hot & cold cereals, pasta & rice.
(Place donations in designated boxes in the FLC or
Education Building hallways.)
We are now partnering with CCHASM (Chesterfield Colonial Heights Alliance for Social Ministry) in an effort to better provide emergency assistance to area residents in need. Learn more about CCHASM.
Our Mission Groups
GA's (Girls in Action)
RA's (Royal Ambassadors)
WMU (Women's Missionary Union)
ATWBW (At Home with Baptist Women)
Ben Newell Group
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Other FBC Mission projects include:
- In addition to collecting weekly donations of canned & nonperishable items for the Hopewell Food Pantry, church members help with running the Food Pantry.
- Outreach to families in need within church and community.
Shut-in ministry projects including seasonal yardwork, visitation, care packages, etc.
Fall & Spring semester school supply drive for Hopewell Schools.
Sponsor children for camp in partnership with Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) Missions.
Annual Christmas Shoe Box Ministry through Samaritan's Purse.
Annual Adopt an Angel Family from our Angel Tree ministry.
Bi-Annual global missions offering for CBF Missionaries.
Participate in Memorial Day Rest-Stop Ministry sponsored by the Petersburg Baptist Association.
In-state, out-of-state, and global mission trips through World Changers, CBF, and other group programs.
Serve as a Hopewell-area shelter in times of natural disaster/participate in disaster relief & recovery through the Virginia Baptist Mission Board (church members are trained and called to participate in recovery efforts in Virginia and/or other sites of natural disasters.