Countryside Baptist Church
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
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Local Missions

 
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Christian Soup Kitchen Ministries

The Christian Soup Kitchen Ministries is a Christ-centered ministry that provides hot meals to those in need. Countryside supports the Soup Kitchen with needed non-perishable items.


 

 

 

 
 

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Open Door Pregnancy Center

Open Door is a a Christ-centered pro-life pregnancy care center that provides counseling and services for women and men experiencing a crisis pregnancy situation as well as post abortive counseling and biblical sex education.
 

 

 
 

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Salvation Army

Countryside regularly supports our local Salvation Army. Salvation army is a Christ-centered ministry that provides shelters, food, and other emergency services for families needing help.

 

 

 

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First Call for Help

First Call is a relief organization that coordinates and locates available resources for individuals and families experiencing hardship. Countryside regularly supports First Call for Help.
 

 
  

 

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Reno County Food Bank

The Reno County Food Bank provides food for people on an emergency basis. Countryside Baptist does a food drive for the Food bank.

 

  

 

 

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Reno County Jail

Every 6 weeks, a group of men go to Reno County Jail on Sunday mornings and lead Bible lessons to multiple groups of inmates. This is the only Christian service the inmates have a chance to participate in throughout the week.

 

  


 

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Adopt-A-Family

Countryside sponsors an adopt-a-family ministry at Christmas time to provide food and gifts so that struggling families can have a better Christmas celebration.
 
 
 

 

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American Baptist Women (ABW)

American Baptists Women meet on the third Monday of each month to work on projects for our overland and overseas missionaries.  Each year we received a list of needs called "White Cross" from neighborhood centers in the US  and from overseas missionaries. Through these projects, the ABW women share the love of Jesus with those in need. Current projects include making quilts for needy children, rolling bandages for our hospitals in the Congo, collecting eye glasses and medicine bottles for hospitals in Haiti.  Help by joining the ABW and by providing materials our missionaries need.