We believe God has called Brandywine Valley Baptist Church to be a lighthouse to our local community and our world as we seek to live out the great commission (Matthew 28:18-20). The call of Jesus is to make disciples of all people groups throughout the world. Consider how God may want you to engage in the great commission. Here are some ways we are engaged in the work of missions:
SUMMER 2020 MISSIONS TRIPS: Each summer the Student Ministry offers short-term summer mission trips for students in grades 7-12. Due to COVID-19, this year’s trips will support local organizations in Wilmington, Delaware. For more information about these trips please contact Melissa Stein.
Kenya Mission Trip. This trip is designed for families. Learn more about this trip. This trip has been postponed until a future date.
FEBRUARY MISSIONS MONTH: Each February Brandywine focuses on local and global missions. We have guest speakers, local and global missionaries, a missions dinner and opportunities to get engaged. Learn more about Missions Month.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT: We currently financially support over 30 active missionaries representing at least 11 countries. Meet our missionaries. Each spring we have a special “Faith Promise” offering that supports specific missionary projects and/or local ministries. In addition, our students and several adults go on summer missions trips and raise support through our congregation.
GLOBAL MEDIA OUTREACH (GMO): GMO uses social media and online connections to share Christ throughout the world. Find out how you can get involved in this great ministry.
SALT: The SALT (Support and Leadership Training) ministry is designed primarily to develop an effective theological education program for leaders and pastors who are unable to attend Bible schools and seminaries. They serve in South America and Europe. Learn more about SALT.
MISSIONS COMMITTEE: Our Missions Committee is dedicated to praying for, serving and being liaisons our local and global missionaries. For more information about this team contact Brett Dorsch.