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NC Baptist Men/Baptists On Mission
NC Baptist Men/Baptists On Mission
September 4, 2020
Ministries Mission Projects Events Training Camps Church Programs Mission Resources  

Hurricane Laura Update
Our Water Tanker arrived at Moss Bluff Baptist Church in Lake Charles, Louisiana and is providing clean water as meals are being prepared for people in need of a hot meal. We have chainsaw and clean up teams in Alexandria, Louisiana. Feeding volunteers from North Carolina are on standby and waiting to be assigned to a location to assist in feeding opportunities.

If you are interested in putting together a chainsaw team please visit this link and sign up https://baptistsonmission.org/Mission-Projects/By-Mission-Type/Disaster-Relief/Hurricane-Laura

 

Hurricane Florence Rebuild Volunteers Are Needed
There are still many people who need help getting back in their homes from Hurricane Florence. Our Florence Rebuild Centers are open and operating at a greatly reduced capacity so that we can follow all Covid-19 protocols. We are practicing the 3 Ws (wait, wash, wear a mask) while staying and working. Please do not come if you are high risk. Lodging and meals are provided (there is a $10 per person per day fee for lodging, 3 meals and supplemental insurance) as well as all building materials.

To sign up go to https://baptistsonmission.org/Florence

 

Red Springs and Shelby Mission Camps
Both of our Mission Camps are operating at a greatly reduced capacity so that we can follow all Covid-19 protocols. We are practicing the 3 Ws (wait, wash, wear a mask) while staying and working. Please do not come if you are high risk. Teams serving at Red Springs and Shelby Mission Camps have the opportunity to make an impact on people's lives.

For more information on the Red Springs Mission Camp go to http://baptistsonmission.org/camps/red-springs-mission-camp

For more information on the Shelby Mission Camp go to http://baptistsonmission.org/camps/shelby-mission-camp

 

The Dental Ministry is in Operation
We are practicing Covid-19 protocols.  Call or email today to secure your reservation to meet dental needs in your community. For more information go to https://baptistsonmission.org/Mission-Projects/By-Mission-Type/Medical-and-Dental/Medical-Dental-Bus

For more information please contact contact Julie Dolinger at jdolinger@ncbaptist.org

 

DI Kids 2021
Dates and locations are now on the website! Registration begins September 1, 2020.  There are 3 fall events coming up and you can register your group now! September 25-27 – DI Kids in Duplin County (Charity Rebuild Center), October 23-24 – Family Missions Overnight at Red Springs Mission Camp, and November 6-8 – DI Kids in Shelby! For more information or to register now go to https://baptistsonmission.org/camps/di-kids

For more information please contact Dollie Noa dnoa@ncbaptist.org  (919-459-5598).

 

Disaster Relief Training Opportunities
Recertifications in Feeding, Recovery, Shower/Laundry and Assessment are available by video to those that are eligible.  We also have virtual trainings that are located on our DR webpage. Also listed are the Spring 2021 in-person trainings.

https://baptistsonmission.org/training/disaster-relief-training

For more information please contact Tom Beam at tbeam@ncbaptist.org or Chelsie Carpenter at ccarpenter@ncbaptist.org.

 

Construction Teams Needed for 2021
Construction teams are needed to continue work at the Seminary site in Santa Clara, Cuba. Work includes pouring cement, laying block, etc. Teams must be registered at least 100 days before start of trip. We are also raising money for a container of food to be shipped to Santiago. Contact Tom Beam at tbeam@ncbaptist.org or 1.800.395.5102, ext. 5605 for more information.

 

Appalachian Christmas Outreach 2020 Still On!
COVID-19 has changed a good many things in our lives. It has not changed the need for this important ministry. We need you and your church now more than ever!  We are encouraging individuals, families, SS classes, mission groups, and congregations to continue in your plans to collect and fill backpacks for 2020. Our Statewide ACO Collection Day is Saturday, November 7. As we are dedicated to keeping our volunteers safe,  COVID-19 protocols have been established for our 30+ statewide collection sites, our processing sites, and for those churches who will be partnering with ministry centers on the field.  Here is the link to our ACO website:

https://baptistsonmission.org/Mission-Projects/United-States/Appalachian-Coalfields/Appalachian-Christmas-Outreach 

Contact Mark Abernathy at mabernathy@ncbaptist.org (919-459-5607) if you have questions.

 

Health Screening Ministry
Dates are filling up quickly for the new Health Screening Ministry mobile unit for 2021. Please contact Crystal Horton to find out how your church can use this mobile unit to reach out to those in your surrounding community.

https://baptistsonmission.org/Mission-Projects/By-Mission-Type/Medical-and-Dental/Health-Screening-Ministry

 

Construction Skills Training
Basic Construction Training introduces participants to some of the skills used in Disaster Rebuild, Handyman Projects, and on Construction Mission Trips.

Join us at Red Spring, Shelby, or Rose Hill to open a new door to serve others. https://baptistsonmission.org/training/construction-training

 
 

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