Loving our Neighbor locally and globally
To Educate, Equip, and Empower the community of Memorial to initiate Real. Life. Change.
We Are a Sending Church
Memorial Baptist has sent out a family of traveling missionaries. The Moss family are long attending members of Memorial Baptist. Adam moved from a laymen leader to be ordained and hired as one of the pastors of the church. Him and his family later answered the call into missions.
The Moss family are on a mission across North America as nomadic, missionaries engaging in Christian discipleship with other traveling families. Their main goal is to reach other full-time RV families to encourage service and help them maintain a connection to the Body of Christ as they pursue their traveling lifestyle. To learn more about this ministry you can visit there website.
Our Local neighbors
“Love where you live!”
Sharing the love of Jesus with our neighbors by providing Wednesday night meals, building relationships with kids and families, gathering together for related events, and serving in our community.
We are partnered with Central Missouri Foster Care and Adoption Association. Supporting local foster/adoptive families and caring for both the spiritual and physical needs of children in foster care. Memorial supports CMFCAA, hosts training and supports transitional programs for teens aging out of foster care.
In the city, For the city. A Morning of Worship Through Service. Memorial joins with churches throughout our community as we give back to our city on Sunday morning in April.
Common Ground Community Building is an ecumenical ministry supported by Jefferson City churches. The program uses a rehabilitated building at the corner of Clark Ave. and Atchison St. to host after-school mentors, community meetings, sewing and computer classes, Fair Trade Store, benevolence office, HALO and other ministries.
Jefferson City Project Homeless Connect is a one day event mean to help those persons who are homeless or near-homeless overcome as many barriers to permanent housing as possible. Through the help of local social service agencies, local churches, local businesses, and many volunteers this event is possible.
We are Partners inEducation with JCAC supporting and treating the staff and students any way we can. We have helped build up a library, hosted a Field Day, sent over treats and supplies, attended Senior Night, and more.
Our Global Neighbors
Kids Against Hunger’s mission is to significantly reduce the number of hungry children in the USA and to feed starving children throughout the world. They ship meals to families in over 60 countries worldwide.
The world’s largest Christmas project of its kind, Operation Christmas Child, uses gift-filled shoeboxes to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to children in need around the world.