Upcoming Mission Trips
Southview Baptist Church partnering with NCBM will be working with Door of Hope this summer to develop a village that will house abandoned children near Johannesburg, South Africa. If you are interested in being part of this mission you may contact Karen Waldo for any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Missions Upcoming Collections
The SBC Missions Team will be collecting the following items in the upcoming months for the above upcoming future mission trips. You can bring to the church office or drop off in the designated bins around the church.
April - Baby Items (to fill a diaper bag such as baby powder, diapers, wipes, lotions, shampoos, pacifiers, bottles, sippy cups, etc.)
May - Toiletry items (toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoos, razors, facial wipes, feminine products, etc.)
June - School Supplies (to fill a backpack such as notebook paper, pencils, pens, crayons, rulers, erasers, notebooks, 3 ring binders, etc.)
Thank you for you continued contributions and prayers!
Local Missions & Outreach
HELPING HANDS MINISTRY
Our Men's Ministry is starting a new ministry to assist our church family and community in a variety of areas. This ministry will help with simple needs like electrical, plumbing, yard and other needs in and around the home of those who are unable to do on their own. Even though this is lead by our men's ministry, women, and teens are welcome. If you would like to be involved in this ministry or know of someone who has a need please contact Tim Murphy by email at email@example.com.
If you would like to signup to volunteer to serve in this ministry please click on the link below.
Face to Faith Homeless Ministry
Face to Faith ministers to the street homeless population of the Fayetteville area by searching out and meeting them where they are. There is a focus on meeting physical needs of food, hygiene kits, and clothing and meeting the ultimate need of life by sharing the good news of Jesus Christ through scheduled worship services at designated, accessible locations to the homeless population.
You can reach out with Face to Faith by supporting with your prayers, your time and efforts, food and clothing donations (please note that there are certain items that are regularly needed and certain items that are not allowed to be distributed). For more information on donating or serving, please contact Joe Waters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operation Christmas Child
Every Christmas Season we partner with Samaritan's Purse to collect shoeboxes to be delivered around the world. Every shoebox gift delivered by Operation Christmas Child is a tangible expression of God's amazing love. It also presents an opportunity in more than 100 countries to invite children into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ through The Greatest Journey.
We were able to collect 928 shoeboxes this year! Thank you so much for all of you who filled a box and to all the volunteers who helped pack and ship them.
We had 29 who went on our OCC trip to the Charlotte Distribution Center. Thank you to all who took part in this years Outreach! We are already preparing for next year!
Local Partners in Mission
Teague's Home for Women
Matthew 25:40 ‘inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.’
Teague's Home for Women exists to:
- Provide emergency short and long term home, help and refuge
- Help in social, personal and professional development
- Create an atmosphere where lives can be changed, bad habits destroyed, past hurts can be healed, deliverance found from compulsions, ill mannerisms and inappropriate social behavior can be changed
For more informaton about this ministry contact our church office.
James 2:14-16 - "What good is it my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save them? Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to them, "Go in peace; keep warm and well fed," but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it?"
The Alms House was established in 1984, involving twelve churches in and around the Hope Mills area with the goal of assisting those in dire situations. Today there are fourteen churches and Sunday school classes actively involve in support of the Alms House, as well as many local schools, businesses, clubs and individuals. The Alms House is an IRS recognized non-profit agency.
The Alms House assists with utilities, housing, medicine, food, clothing, household items, school supplies, and Bibles. Assistance is not determined by income, but by need.
To volunteer or inquire about donating, please contact the Alms House at:
Thrift Store hours are Tuesday- Friday, 9am until 11:45am.
5512 West Patterson Street, Hope Mills, NC 28348
3909 Ellison Street, Hope Mills, NC 28348
Phone: 910 - 425 - 0902