Missions at Calvary Baptist Church

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Missions start at home.  That's been the focus for the Friends and Food program at Calvary Baptist for some time.  It's one way we reach out to our community to supplement their home pantries and provide spiritual nourishment on a monthly basis.  Three Wednesdays each monh finds volunteers giving Bakery Blessings to those who need breads, pastires and other deli items donated by Food Lion each day.  We are blessed with fine, dedicated people to carry out these programs but volunteers are continually needed to help serve others.  Calvary Baptist also supports missions through giving to state, national and international mission boards. In September we just completed our yearly Alma Hunt offering to the joint venture of the Women's Missionary Union of Virginia (WMUV) and the Baptist General Association of Virginia (BGAV). This offering goes to Virginia Baptist' outreach projects and special ministries.  We'll next take the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering in December for the International Missions Board (IMB) which partners with Southern Baptist churches.  It's the IMB's goal to reach people on every part of our planet who are unaware, unengaged, unreached and uncontacted about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  Lastly, Calvary Baptist donated to the Annie Armstrong Easter offering which is a joint venture of the Women's Missionary Board and the North American Missionary Board (NAMB).  These offering dollars go to missionaries who work to share the gospel all through the United States and Canada.  People of all size, age, color and race need Jesus.  He carried our sin to the cross. Now it's our turn to let others know about His mercy and grace here at home and beyond the borders of Floyd County.

An on-site program through which free food and other commodities are distributed to people in the community on the third Thursday night of each month. Free bread and pastries are also given out each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Please call 540-745-3744 for additional information

Cooperation with other Southern Baptist Churches to support missionaries at home and abroad. Support for the local association of churches (Highlands Association) which is instrumental in starting and developing new churches in the area.