Missions is firmly rooted in the DNA of Brentwood Baptist Church. As a church plant, we know first-hand the power that comes from believers stepping out in faith to grow the kingdom of God. This is why we’re actively engaged in our community and our world by serving others and sharing Christ with them. You can help us change the world around us.
Each year, many of our members travel locally and globally on short-term mission journeys. We go to a specific location for the purpose of serving, equipping, and contributing to the ministries of our partners on the field. There is place for everyone as we go, serve, and share the good news of the gospel. And, our journeys continue even when you return home.
Our church sends individuals and families to answer God’s call by serving nationally and globally. Join us in praying for and sending whom God has called.
We provide financial support to our Hope for the World ministry partners in Middle Tennessee, the U.S., and around the world. These partners are involved in caring for the needs, building relationships, and sharing the gospel in their communities every day. We believe that every person plays a role in these efforts. That’s what makes our Hope for The World Partnership so special. And, there is a way for every person in the church to be involved.
Brentwood Baptist loves Middle Tennessee and serves with over 25 local ministries in the areas of poverty, education, healthcare, food insecurities, child vulnerabilities, and international communities. Click below to find where you can serve!
The Medical Dental Unit is a ministry extension of Brentwood Baptist Church that began in 2013. It is a mobile unit customized to provide free, limited medical and dental care to those in need for the purpose of sharing the gospel.
The Disaster Relief ministry of Brentwood Baptist Church responds to disasters in our community, across the United States, and around the world. We clean up trees after storms, provide roof tarping, and rebuild homes for people affected by different types of disasters. We respond to tornados, floods, fires, hurricanes, and man-made catastrophes. Our biggest need is volunteers, both skilled and unskilled.
For more information on Disaster Relief, contact Garry Maddox at [email protected]