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We are a church that is called to reach all people with the Gospel of Christ by partnering with ministries in Madison county, in our nation, and around the world. As a church, we seek to equip and send people of all ages to participate in God’s call to make disciples. Our desire is to put God first in the heart of Madison and to make Him known throughout the world.

Due to the COVID-19 virus, FBC Madison has decided not to proceed with any previously scheduled mission journeys for the remainder of 2020. We hope to resume mission travel in 2021. We will update as we know more. Please continue to be the hands and feet of Christ to those around you.

Local Partnerships

We are excited about our liaisons for our local partnerships this year. These FBC Members have a wealth of knowledge about each of our partnerships as they have already been serving with these ministries. Our liaisons will be a great resource for our members. If you have any questions or if you want to find out how to get involved with these local ministries, please contact our liaisons.

Caring Hands Clinic

Caring Hands Clinic at the Madison Care Center, Inc., is a nonprofit Christian ministry that provides free medical, dental, and pharmacy care to uninsured patients in Madison, MS and surrounding areas.
Liaison: Donna Ahlrich
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Crossroads Ministries

Crossroads Ministries is a place of refuge and restoration for women in need of help and guidance as they are getting their lives back together. These women often come from prison and have nowhere else to go. Some need a fresh start after a drug addiction or an abusive relationship. Every case is unique, and each woman is in a time of transition and healing.
Liaison: Kristi Horne
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Hospice Ministries

Hospice Ministries is a 501c3 nonprofit, community-based hospice program providing compassionate care based on the patients’ priorities, needs, and values. Its supportive team eases pain and alleviates symptoms for the patient while providing comfort and understanding for families and caregivers. Hospice Ministries provides care regardless of ability to pay.
Liaison: Randy "Rip" Rippy
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MadCAAP (Madison Countians Allied Against Poverty)

MadCAAP is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that serves over 2,200 client families living below the poverty level in Madison County, MS. They provide services through a food pantry, a clothing closet, a community garden, emergency assistance, educational programs, and housing repair programs.
Liaison: Leanne Sage
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Our Daily Bread Ministries

Our Daily Bread Ministries (formerly Madison County Stewpot) has been serving the Canton/Madison County area by providing free meals since February 2002. They provide 60-80 noon meals five days a week for anyone who is of low income and hungry, including the elderly, homeless, and disabled. They also deliver 100 meals five days a week to homebound residents who are elderly and/or disabled. Our Daily Bread Ministries also gives out 200 baskets of food for Christmas dinner.
Liaison: Judy Hutchinson
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Sunnybrook Children's Home

Sunnybrook Children’s Home is a benevolent home ministering to children in need of a loving, stable, and nurturing home environment. Biblical principles carefully guide their objectives in nurturing children. Sunnybrook Children’s Home specializes in love, which is the most vital element in a child’s life.
Liaison: Pat McDaniel
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Madison County Prayer Walking Ministry

First Baptist Madison started a Prayer Walking Ministry about 12-14 years ago. This ministry is allowing us the opportunity to go into every school in Madison County and pray through the hallways as school is in session. This ministry takes place on the 2nd and 4th weeks of each month and it only takes about 30 minutes at a school. Teachers and students have begun to recognize our volunteers and form a bond. We need more volunteers every month.
Liaison: Cliff Smith
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Iglesia de Dios Manantial de Vida

As we have traveled abroad to many foreign lands and Spanish speaking countries, it has opened our eyes and hearts to a variety of Spanish speaking churches. With this, the Lord has placed on our hearts a Spanish speaking church in Madison County that we are partnering with for 2020. We are excited to share that Church of God Manantial de Vida will be a new local partnership for First Baptist Madison. Please contact our Missions Office if you are interested in helping start English as a Second Language (ESL) Ministry at this church.

Here is a little information about this congregation:
“Church of God Manantial de Vida welcomes Christians and those who seek to understand Christianity in the Canton area. Our aim is to make contact with and encourage others to join us in our life-enhancing Christian journey.
Church of God Manantial de Vida at Canton, Mississippi is a friendly Christian community where we welcome others to join us in our worship and service to God. Our emphasis is on learning and understanding the Bible and following the example of Jesus and his followers.
The vision of Church of God Manantial de Vida is to make an impact for God, here in Canton, Mississippi by helping people understand the enriching messages of eternal hope given to us by Jesus Christ through His words and deeds. Come just as you are - we'd love to get to know you better.”

It’s the vision of our church and pastor to partner with Hispaniola Mountain Ministries to reach the people of Polo, Dominican Republic. This is a village of nearly 10,000 people. Throughout the year, First Baptist Madison will send mission teams to this community to share the love of Christ. Each mission journey will be diverse and can include mission opportunities in the following areas: Medical, Evangelism, Men’s Sports, Construction, Children VBS, Vision Clinics, Discipleship, Leader Training, and Christmas Meals. We will work with the local church, walk through villages, and share the Good News of Christ in Polo. We are very excited about this partnership and ongoing ministry. Join us in reaching the people of Polo with the love of Christ.

Church Building Project
Goal: $60,000
Rain pelted down on the roof of the small Baptist Church of Polo. It was hard to find a dry spot inside the church, as various leaks found their way from the ceiling to the old green cushions; but the rain did not stop the natives from entering and gathering to hear the Word of the Lord. Currently the building is small and there is not enough room for all the people to have a place to come and participate in worship and teaching. A new building will provide a much larger area, storage space, and rooms for the children to have classes. The land is available for purchase and a construction date is on the calendar.  The church is not comprised of brick and mortar; the church consists of individuals who have placed their faith and trust in Jesus. He is the cornerstone, the foundation. A building provides a place for the family of God to come together, fellowship, and minister to one another.

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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 6:00pm
Children 3 years of age through Kindergarten meet each Wednesday

Crossover | Children's Missions
Wednesdays at 6:00pm
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.

ESL Ministry

If anyone is interested in the English as a Second Language Ministry, please contact the Missions Office at 601.790.2269 or email Jennifer. We plan to have a second training soon and are compiling a list of names. No teaching experience is necessary; there will be many opportunities to serve outside of teaching.

Tutor Ministry

We are looking for tutors! We plan to start a tutoring ministry on some afternoons. There are many children right now who are struggling with learning and we would like to provide this ministry for these families. Once we know how many people are willing to serve, we will have more details to follow. If you would like to serve in this ministry, please contact the Missions Office at 601.790.2269 or email Jennifer.