Missions and Outreach
Waleska First Baptist Church is a Great Commission church. We believe that God has commanded to make disciples of all nations. We believe that we have been commanded to proclaim the Gospel and make disciples locally, regionally, and globally. Our hope is that every member of WFBC would find a way to live out the Gospel and fulfill the Great Commission through their lives. We have many opportunities available for serving in missions and outreach.
Every year Waleska FBC spends the months of November and December collected an annual Great Commission Mission’s Offering. This offering is used throughout the year to fund our various North American and International mission efforts. This year our goal is to raise $4,000 dollars.
Local Missions and Outreach:
The Cowboy Church
WFBC supports and partners with the Cowboy Church in Jerusalem and the Academy at HH Ranch. This ministry reaches an overwhelmingly unreached area of Cherokee County. Our Pastor serves as Chaplain of this ministry and our church supports them in various ways throughout the year.
WFBC offers a variety of help and assistance to our local community. These benevolence ministries include assitance with utility bills, help with food and clothing, help with meeting the needs of chidlren, orphans, and widows, as well as many other services.
Regional and Global Missions and Outreach:
P2P: Pastor to Pastor Training
WFBC partners with a ministry led by a group of local area pastors committed to taking theological training to pastors around the globe who live in areas without access to theological training. Currently the ministry serves pastors in El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, and Belarus.
North American Missions
WFBC supports and partners with the North American Mission Board. NAMB oversees church planting, disaster relief, and mission efforts in North America. For more information about NAMB click HERE.
WFBC supports and partners with the International Mission Board. The IMB works to train and send international missionaries around the world. For more information about the IMB click HERE.