Metropolitan Baptist has joined with Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse, the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind. Operation Christmas Child has delivered gift-filled shoeboxes to more than 100 million children in more than 100 countries. For many of these children, the gift-filled shoebox is the first gift they have ever received. Along with the gifts in the shoebox, the children receive the opportunity to participate in “The Greatest Journey,” the discipleship program of Operation Christmas Child. These 12 lessons introduce the children to salvation through faith in Jesus Christ and encourage them to grow as faithful followers.
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Women who enjoy knitting and crocheting can gather together every other Saturday in the Metropolitan Fellowship Hall from 1 to 3 pm. You don’t need to know how to knit because the leaders of Woven Hearts love to help people learn. The Woven Heart attendees love to make items for the needy, for pregnancy care centers, for homeless women and children, and for the Samaritan Purse Christmas Child Shoeboxes. Know more about “Woven Heart” ministry and you can join, too.
The Good News Club meets every other Wednesday in Metropolitan’s Fellowship Hall for children ages 4 to 11 years old from 5 PM. This is a great experience for children to learn biblical truths and meets soon after school is out. Through teaching God’s Word, an exciting mission story, games, songs, and memory verses, the staff aims at helping the students gain a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. READ MORE
Kids’ Club is an opportunity for children from 1st-6th grade to learn about the Bible while having fun. We meet every other Friday night, September through June, from 7:30-9:00 pm in the fellowship hall of the church. This high energy ministry generates enthusiasm for the Word of God, while providing an excellent opportunity for the young people to develop their faith or learn who Jesus Christ is. READ MORE
Daniel and Esther were young adults living in a secular world, who went against their societal norms, living their lives for God. This young adult Bible study is named after them. It meets on the third Saturday of the month at 6:30 pm in a variety of locations. Designed to prepare young adults to face the current culture, the Daniel and Esther study is open to believers and those seeking to understand what Christianity is about. READ MORE.
• Mission Commission
• Operation Christmas Child
• Long-term Mission Support Application
• Long-term Mission Support Cover Letter
• Short-term Mission Application
• Short-term Mission Cover Letter
• Short-term Mission Reference Form
• Visiting Short term Mission teams