One of our basic responsibilities, as followers of Jesus, is to share his good news with others. We do that through a variety of ministries.
Deaf Day Camp
This camp is designed for deaf children and children of deaf adults. You can find the
application and permission forms here:
2018 Participant Letter
2018 Parental Permission Form
2018 Volunteer Permission Form
All application forms are due to the GBA Office by Friday, May 11. Pre-registration is required. No application will be received on Monday morning (June 11) at the church. Remember the first 15 applications that are in our office will be accepted. If you have questions, please e-mail Joel Thrasher.
This ministry is a student and adult construction partnership between GBA,
churches across the country, and local agencies. This project has been cancelled for 2018. Details and dates for future Mission Greenville events will be forthcoming. If you have questions, please e-mail Joel Thrasher
There are a wide variety of local mission partnerships from Crisis Centers to Day Camps to Baptist Campus Ministries, and more. For a complete list of local ministries, click here
GBA has a Flood Relief Unit. We work in cooperation with the South Carolina Baptist Convention and American Red Cross when responding to a disaster situation. We are also involved on a local level with VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster) to better prepare churches and agencies in the event of a local disaster. Volunteers must be trained to work with a unit. Training is available through the state convention. For more information, contact Joel Thrasher at [email protected]
The world is coming to us! The International Mission Board lists the Greenville area as one of the top 100 most ethnically diverse in the nation. We currently know of almost 90 different people groups living among us. Through people mapping, demographics and more, we seek ways to identify and reach out to them with the Good News of Jesus. The list of known people groups can be found here.