Care & Support

Local Missions:

Christian Social Ministry serves the Warner Robins area for food and assistance. We hold a food drive on the Fifth Sunday. Collections of pantry items and canned goods go to the local ministry.




If you or someone you know needs food assistance, please contact our staff for help.  











Hand Made Crafts for Missions

Join the ladies of Stitched with Love to learn how to sew or teach others what you can to aid the mission projects.

Items being made include: blankets, scarf sets, children's jumpers, wheel-chair caddies, drawstring bags, hats for cancer patients, and teddy bears.

These go to special people in our nursing homes, children's homes, hospitals, Veterans, Appalachia missions, and St. Judes Children's Ranch. 

Join us on Monday at 1:00 PM-3:30 PM. Meeting in room C-121 Contact Barbara Branum for details.


Appalachian Regional Ministry (ARM) mobilizes Southern Baptists and their resources to provide ministries, evangelize the lost, assist existing churches and start new churches in the 12 states that include Appalachia.

Why Appalachia? The region's original blend of immigrant cultures has become a distinct, rich culture of its own that goes far beyond the beauty of the surroundings. It also is one of extreme poverty having 37 of the 100 poorest counties in the United States. And while religion is important in Appalachia, the reality is that more than 70 percent of the region is unchurched with some counties as high as 90 percent unchurched.

As we work in cooperation with state conventions, associations and churches throughout the region, we want to help you and your church make a profound impact in Appalachia.