Missions of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC)
- The Jacksonville Baptist Association (JBA)
- The Florida Baptist Convention
- The North American Mission Board (NAMB) of the Southern Baptist Convention
- The International Mission Board (IMB) of the Southern Baptist Convention
Arlington Community Services (ACS)
Fort Caroline Baptist Church has an ongoing partnership with Arlington Community Services through food drives and giving of supplies and financial resources. Please check our most current newsletter for their list of items needed. We have donation barrels at several key locations around the church for your convenience. If you need assistance and would like to make an appointment at their office, please call (904) 503-8496.
In 2013, through our partnerships with the NAMB and JBA, Fort Caroline Baptist Church participated in a vision trip to Toronto, Canada. This began our partnership with Pastors Daniel Yang and Mike Seaman at Trinity Life Church. Please pray for this new church plant. For more information, please visit Trinity Life Church. For information on the NAMB SEND>NETWORK church planting efforts in Toronto, visit Toronto Church Planting.
In August 2015, we sent our first mission team in support of this partnership. If you'd like more information, please contact John Shultz.
Haiti - Cabaret Haiti Mission (CHM)
In 2011, Fort Caroline Baptist Church began a partnership with the Cabaret Baptist Children's Home (CBCH), now know as CHM. This ministry consists of an orphanage, 2 schools and 2 churches in Bercy & TeNwa, Haiti.
Since our partnership began, we've sent mission teams down to serve alongside our missionaries in a variety of ways each year since. Some of our projects have included: laying a foundation for a new school building; conducting street evangelism in conjunction with nightly revival services; breaking ground on the CHM Aquaponics project; small group Bible studies, crafts and praise & worship with the kids, to name a few. Our desire is to help CHM reach their kids and community for Christ.
Please be in prayer for the children, staff, schools, teachers, churches & missionaries, Mike & Bonnie Snider, who are serving on the ground at CHM.
The Child Sponsorship Program is a great way to connect to the kids and support this mission. If you'd like more information or would like to make a donation, please visit cabarethaitimission.org or cbhaiti.org.
2017 CHM Mission Trip
FCBC will be sending a mission team back to Cabaret Haiti Mission from July 17-24, 2017. The team will be sharing Bible stories and crafts with the kids, working on renovations in the church building, helping the older girls learn sewing skills & creating uniform headbands for school and they will have a field day for children in the orphanage & surrounding communities. Bibles will also be taken to distribute during their time there.
The team is collecting the following supplies, thru July 6, to carry down for the orphanage:
- Spiral Notebooks (single subject only, please)
- Clear Contact Paper
- HP-564XL Black Printer Ink Cartridges
- Speed Stick Deodorant
- Dove Soap Bars (no liquid soap, please)
- AAA & D Size Batteries
- Fingernail Clippers (small & large sizes)
If you would like to help, donations may be brought to the church & placed in any of the Haiti collection bins.
For more information or if you have questions, please email Kirsten Montenari or call the church office at 904.642.2288.
Thank you for your continued support!
Haiti - Petit-Goâve - Pastor Wilfrid Brunache
Fort Caroline Baptist Church has an ongoing partnership with Pastor Wilfrid Brunache, ministering to the Haitian community. Since 2011, we have sent mission teams to assist in the ongoing ministry work in several different locations in both the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
We will be sending a team back to Petit-Goâve from November 4-11, 2017.
For more information, email Greg Barber.
Ecuador - Pate Ministries
Fort Caroline Baptist Church sent their first mission team to Ecuador in October 2016. They served with Gary and Dena Pate, missionaries to the children of Ecuador. The team traveled to remote villages to conduct Bible lessons and crafts with the children, encouraged local pastors through prayer and assisted the Pates where needed. We will be sending a team back to serve in Ecuador from September 16-23, 2017.
For more information, please contact Kirsten Montenari.
What is a people group?
For strategic purposes, a people group is the largest group through which the gospel can flow without encountering significant barriers of understanding and acceptance.
An unreached or least-reached people is a people group among which there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to evangelize this people group.
We invite you to join us in prayer daily for these unreached peoples of the world. Pray that the gospel will be shared and lives will be changed.
For, “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?
–Romans 10:13-14 (NIV)