SBC Co-OperativeA unified plan of giving through which cooperating SBC churches give to support missions and ministries.

Lottie Moon

Every year, Southern Baptist churches collect an offering to send and support missionaries to be steadfastly present among those who have never heard the gospel.

The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering (AAEO) is the primary way Southern Baptists fund missions in North America. One hundred percent of gifts given to AAEO go to the field to support more than 2,400 missionary families serving across the United States and Canada.

Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse, has delivered millions of gift-filled shoeboxes to boys and girls around the world.

Each year as Fall approaches, Gulf Ridge Park Baptist Church gets excited to participate in the Operation Christmas Child program led by Samaritan’s Purse! Check back with us this Fall for details on how to join forces with us to support this wonderful ministry. We look forward to seeing how many shoeboxes we can fill this year to bless children from around the world with the hope of Jesus Christ!

It’s always been about one more child. One More Child provides Christ-centered child welfare and prevention services in more than 50 locations locally and globally to meet the critical needs of families in crises. We serve hungry children, foster children, trafficked children, single moms and struggling families.

Nature Coast Baptist Association – SBC churches working together to do what we cannot do alone. An association of churches does what your local church does with one huge difference. It does it with churches. An association of churches: trains church members; encourages churches; visits churches when they are sick; helps churches have babies (start new churches); shares resources, counsels churches when they need direction; and celebrates special occasions with churches.

The Nature Coast Baptist Association of churches is a way of expressing love and concern to all NCBA churches from all the other NCBA churches. It harnesses the energy that exists when churches team together in a common endeavor and magnifies the Christian influence in communities.