Local Missions

We are passionate about helping those within our community. Many things don’t get noticed and advertised such as things which happen on an individual basis or within Life Groups. Here are a few of our on-going local missions that we financially support.

Serve the racing community with the grace of God. They stand beside them with prayer, pit side chapel services, weekly published Bible teaching, support and encouragement.

Young Life is a Nationwide Christian Ministry that reaches out to middle school and high school students.

Clearway Clinic is a completely free, Christian medical clinic serving women with unplanned or unwanted pregnancies in the Worcester area.
First Concern helps women and men with planned and unplanned pregnancies through confidential free pregnancy tests and peer counseling in the Clinton area.

International Missions

Quest is a leadership development experience for selected high school juniors. Students join together with other New England Southern Baptist to form a ministry team which concludes with a 10 oversees mission trip.
Each year Pastor Neal Davidson and a team travel to Rwanda, Africa to provide leadership, pastoral training, theological resources, and support to a population predominantly made up of subsistence farmers that was devastated by genocide in 1994.
Pioneers mobilizes teams to glorify God among unreached peoples by initiating church-planting movements in partnership with local churches in some of the most challenging environments.
The Cooperative Program is Southern Baptists’ unified plan of giving through which cooperation supports their respective state convention and the Southern Baptist Convention missions and ministries.
Steven specifically serves in the Khmer Children’s Outreach, a part of the Water of Life ministries in Asia.

Water of Life (WOL) is an approved, allowed and registered NGO through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of Cambodia. It provides education, medical assistance, life skills and Christian discipleship to over 300 Khmer on a weekly basis.

Joel and Karen Grey serve in Burkina Faso and Mali, Africa. Joel directs a competency-based experience-oriented mission leadership training program for francophone Africa called Mission Institute.

Tree of Hope Haiti exists to spread the love of God to Haitians through seeds of
good deeds with 3 main projects/programs: Water Projects, Build-A-Home Projects, and
Child and Teacher sponsorships.