Reach the World
The Great Commission Offering (GCO) is an opportunity for our church to give to missions. Our church gave nearly $54,000 during the 2018-2019 campaign. Through the GCO, we are able to support an array of missions efforts occurring locally, nationally, and globally. This approach to missions giving provides us the flexibility to support mission efforts historically important to us as Southern Baptists (i.e. Lottie Moon and Annie Armstrong Offerings), while also supporting local mission efforts such short term mission trip scholarships, Operation Christmas Child, and others. Please prayerfully consider how you will give to the GCO and join us in praying that God would move our church to give above and beyond our church goal.
Through this offering, we will support these mission endeavors:
FBC Missions Fund (Feed the Need, Operation Christmas Child, Short term mission trip scholarships, etc.)
Two Easy Ways to Give:
1. GCO Envelopes—envelopes for the GCO are located in the welcome center as well as in the seat pockets in the worship center. Simply fill it out, enclose your contribution, and drop it in the offering plate during any worship service.
2. Online—Login to your e-Giving account to provide your contribution online. Click the button below to be directed to the giving page.
ESL classes are offered on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 - 7:30 pm during the school year. Classes meet from mid-August through May, with breaks during holidays. No registration required. For more information, email Pastor Chad at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our church is partnered with PATH PROJECT in Countryside Village in Buford.
Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. To learn more about volunteering, please email Pastor Chad at email@example.com.
Also, as school is starting back, this is a great time to purchase supplies that are needed on a weekly basis for their after school programming. These supplies include crayons, notebook paper, composition notebooks, glue sticks, pencils, snacks, and bottled water. Plastic bins are available in each life group room for collecting supplies. If you want to learn more about PATH PROJECT, you can check out their website at www.pathproject.org/buford.