SERVE THE CHURCH
FALL FEST VOLUNTEERS
October 23 • 3:15–and 6:00 pm
Would you consider giving a few hours of your time to help us welcome the community to Fall Fest? Volunteers are needed for setting up, cleaning up, helping with games, and hosting trunks for Trunk or Treat.
CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT VOLUNTEERS
Did you know that there are several opportunities to be a part of Carols beyond singing in the choir, including drama, stage crew, helping with sets and costumes, and more? Time commitments vary, from a few hours on one day to being a part throughout the full Carols season.
The Media team is looking for volunteers to help with our audio and video production. No experience is needed, just a willingness to learn and serve! Contact us at the link below to learn more and be a part of a team that supports all ministries of FBJ.
FIRST IMPRESSIONS TEAM
Do you enjoy meeting new people and sharing FBJ with others? The First Impressions Team may be a place for you to serve at FBJ, as you welcome guests and help them get connected on Sunday mornings and at other events through the year. Use the button below to find out more about serving with this group.
SERVE THE COMMUNITY
ONGOING MEAL DELIVERY
Each month, several FBJ groups deliver meals in different parts of our community. To learn more about how you can help with this ongoing ministry, contact Jim Spikes at the link below.
HOSPITALITY TENT AT MISSISSIPPI BOOK FESTIVAL
The Mississippi Book Festival brings thousands of visitors to FBJ’s front door, and we will have a team of volunteers handing out water, greeting guests at our hospitality tent, and engaging event attendees that could lead to life-changing conversations. Volunteer at the link below.
SERVE THE WORLD
HURRICANE IDA DISASTER RELIEF
First Baptist Jackson is working with our ministry partner, Global Maritime Ministries (Phillip and Sandy Vandercook) to provide disaster relief to their River Parishes Center in Reserve, Louisiana, and their local partner First Baptist Church Reserve, Louisiana. The Center sustained extensive damage due to Hurricane Ida. Not only can we continue being the tangible hands and feet of Jesus by financially and physically supporting our long-term ministry partners, but we can also extend our reach by partnering in this surrounding community through First Baptist Church Reserve.
Teams are forming and will immediately begin trips to Reserve. If you are interested in going or serving, please contact Robert Fortenberry with the “Volunteer” link below. This will be an ongoing project that FBJ will commit to serving our ministry partner and this church and their community until we see the need is no longer great.
If you would like to financially support the relief efforts, you can make donations through the website, by check, or in the FBJ app; please designate the donation for “Disaster Relief.”