Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Psalm 95:1
Our church choir is comprised of vocalists who love to sing their praises to the Lord. They sing under the direction of Suzanne Crosby, Minister of Music.
This ministry is open to teens and adults. If you are interested in joining the choir, contact Suzanne Crosby at 843-784-2239, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“…Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done [it] unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done [it] unto me…” Matthew 25:40
AMBASSADOR BAPTIST COLLEGE
The mission at Ambassador Baptist College is " to do the best job possible both spiritually and academically to prepare men and women for ministry in Independent Baptist churches around the world" (Mission Statement). We support the college through a season of special emphasis each year. https://ambassadors.edu
Havesters International is our focus for International missions support. Annually, we have a Spring season of emphasis to support their work.
"For more than three decades, God has been using Harvesters and our partner ministries to spread the Gospel and meet the physical and spiritual needs of people around the world. We are humbled by what God has done and excited to see what God has in store as we work together to fulfill His plan of redemption of the nations." (Mission Statement) www.harvesters.net
NATIONAL AND LOCAL MISSIONS
During the year our church supports mission work with Operation Christmas Child, The Gideons International, Prisoner Packets for South Carolina, and Packets for nursing home patients.
Operation Orange Ribbon
If one part suffers, all parts suffer with it, If one part is honored, all parts are glad. 1 Corinthians 12:26
The following is an explanation of Operation Orange Ribbon by its Founder Jesse French:
"Many people are frustrated about the current events and feel helpless. They want to do something but don't know how or what. This program gives them an opportunity to actually do something and influence others by wearing the ribbon. When we started, I can't tell you how many people said, "It's about time someone did something". What we are doing may seem like a small effort, but in just five months we have over 11,000 people specifically praying for our Christian brothers and sisters with 36 different churches from Ohio to Florida.
We chose the color of orange because that is the color of the jumpsuits worn by the executed Christians. If we get enough people behind the movement wearing orange ribbons or wristbands, our leaders will notice and finally stand up and take bold action to help relieve the persecution and suffering.
We [Operation Orange Ribbon] are not a fund raising organization. Our mission is to raise awareness of the atrocities being suffered by our Christian brothers and sisters and to raise them in prayer, locally and nationally."
The First Baptist Church of Hardeeville is honored to be a part of this mission. We not only pray for our Christian brothers and sisters in Christ, but wear our orange ribbons and wrist bands and joyfully tell others about this wonderful mission.
To learn more about Operation Orange Ribbon click HERE