Sunday Worship 9:00 & 10:30AM In-person & Online

Women’s Missionary Union is a vital part of our Women’s Ministry.

The name tells us that Missions is the focus and women give leadership. The purpose and responsibility of wMu is to help the church family become involved in missions, through persons being committed to and carrying out the missions imperative in the Bible. wMu at First Baptist Madison offers organizations for all age groups that focus on missions education, giving, praying, ministering, and witnessing.

First Baptist Madison Women on Mission’s Statement
Surrender to live a biblical lifestyle, sacrifice our time and treasure, and serve where you live and beyond.

First Baptist Madison Women on Mission’s Objectives
•Pray for missions
•Engage in mission action & witnessing
•Learn about missions
•Support missions
•Develop spiritually toward a missions lifestyle
•Participate in the work of the church and denomination

Mission Groups

Carlisle Group 
The Carlisle Group is named for previous FBC Madison church members who went out and served as missionaries. This group usually meets in the morning on the fourth Thursday of each month at different locations. The focus of this group is to serve the community through local missions. Some of these mission opportunities include: visits to nursing homes and ICU waiting rooms, Bingo at The Bond House, Dinner with the ladies at Crossroads, and other service opportunities at MadCAAP and Our Daily Bread.

Hall Group
The Hall Group meets the second Monday of each month at 6:30pm in the FBCM Community Room. Monthly projects have included the Home Place, Ronald McDonald House, MadCAAP, The Mustard Seed, Cross Roads Ministry, and Baptist Hospital waiting rooms.

Praying Hearts
Prayer is the focus of this group which meets the second Thursday of each month at 9:30am in homes. They use the suggested monthly guide on prayer from the Mission Mosaic. Along with praying for our IMB and NAMB missionaries, they are careful to remember all those from our church who are doing missions at home and abroad.

Tidwell Group
This group is named for Patti Rone Tidwell who grew up in FBCM and meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 10:00am in the Community Room. We pray for the needs of the Tidwell Family through the month. Mission Mosaic is our resource at the meetings. Members participate in local mission projects.

B.L.A.S.T. | Preschool Missions
Wednesdays at 6:00 pm
Children 3 years of age through Kindergarten meet each Wednesday

252Kids | Children's Missions
Wednesdays at 6:00 pm
This is for children grades 1st-5th and meets August through May on Wednesday evenings. Each week will incorporate worship, Bible study, missions, and activities.

Connect Center

The mission of the Connect Center is to establish a missional point in the city of Canton, MS for the purpose of meeting the needs of the community while taking opportunities to present the Gospel. Their ministry provides English as a second language classes and tutoring services while directing those they reach to our other partner churches in the Canton area. Through the ministry of the Connect Center, the people of Canton hear the Gospel, have needs met, and are directed to a local church.

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Disaster Relief Ministry 

FBC Madison partners with the Mississippi Baptist Convention to send disaster relief teams after environmental disasters. By serving communities who have experienced hardship, our Disaster Relief Ministry has a wonderful opportunity to love and share the Gospel with people who need hope.

Helping Hands Ministry 

Helping Hands Ministry is focused on meeting the needs of those in our church and in our community. This ministry often deals with individuals and addresses their specific needs. Helping Hands Ministry provides opportunities to serve those in need and ultimately share the Gospel with them.

Church Plants

Highland Colony Baptist Church was planted by a small group of FBC Madison members in 1994. This group was called in December of 1993 and began meeting in January of 1994 in St. Andrews School. At the end of 1994, plans for a permanent location were put in place, and one year later, the church met in their new building. Throughout the years, Highland Colony Baptist Church has grown, and they continue in their effort to fulfill the Great Commission by growing in faith and making disciples.

Redemption Church 

In 2017, God worked in the hearts of leaders at FBC Madison and set them in the direction of planting another church. This church plant would reach into areas of population growth in Madison County that were not being engaged by FBC Madison. By God’s sovereignty, Steve and Kristen Gee were called by God to move themselves and their three children from Vancouver to lead this church plant. Redemption Church began meeting in January of 2020, and the church grows as they receive Biblical teaching and seek to make disciples of Jesus Christ.

Sentinel Training 

To better prepare volunteers, we are offering “Sentinel Training” to our members that participate in any international journey. This is a faith-based training that offers participants effective and proven strategies for traveling safely. If you plan on taking an international journey with First Baptist Madison in the next two years you MUST have completed this training. If you have completed this training with MBCB in the last two years you are covered. The cost of the training is $45 per person and includes materials. Each location has a limited number of spaces available so register early. EVEN IF YOU HAVE ATTENDED THE TRAINING PRIOR TO 2017, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND AGAIN FOR INFORMATION THAT HAS BEEN UPDATED AND ADDED. There is also an option for online training. If you have any questions about this training or need assistance, please call the First Baptist Madison Missions Office at 601.856.6177.