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IMPACT

What Does Impact Look like?
As the body of Christ, we are commanded to be the hand and feet of Christ to those in need in our church and community. A body is made of many parts, and only working together as one body can we truly have an IMPACT by showing the love and gospel of Christ to those around us.  But we need your help! 

Can you help with home maintenance and repairs, auto repairs, yard work or take a meal?  We need you!

Do you have a passion for reaching out to those who need encouragement (by phone or written note), start a mentoring or discipleship group, interced in prayer for those who need it most, come alongside new members and/or new believers and help get them connected in the church?  We need you!

We will have an IMPACT day quarterly where you can use your God given gifts and skills!   If you can help out please fill out our online "I want to make an Impact" card. 

IMPACT DAYS

March 13, June 12, September 18 and December 11 

Storm Relief Information: If you are still wanting to help those affected by the March tornados the biggest need right now is monetary.  Many of those affected especially in the rural areas do not have insurance and will need assistance to rebuild.  You can make donations to The Shelby Baptist Disaster Relief at www.sbdr.org and designate Shelby County.  

To help with the Shelby Baptist Disaster Relief Team you can volunteer by clicking on the link "I want to Help" 

What is Disaster Relief? -The Disaster Relief Ministry responds to local, state, national, and international disasters. The disaster relief team goes anywhere the Southern Baptist Disaster Relief has an open door.

Volunteer needs: Mud out, chainsaw, food preparation, childcare, and chaplaincy are all areas of the Southern Baptist convention's Disaster Relief Ministry.  Men and women are needed to serve - certification is required for some positions. Training is offered in Shelby County and at Shocco Springs Baptist Conference Center.