Greenville Baptist Church has long been a mission-oriented church, and takes seriously Jesus’s teaching to serve others. In John 20:21, He says, "Peace be with you. As the Father sent me I send you."
At Greenville Baptist Church, we strive today to be the hands and feet of Christ, ministering to others, going where he would go, to bring food to the hungry, clothes to those in need and help to those who ask.
Here are a few of our ministries. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the church at Welcome @ GreenvilleBaptistRI.org or you can make a donation using our online giving button above, noting “For Missions.” Please check with our church office to see what opportunities are current, as there may be changes due to the seasons, Covid precautions or other considerations.
Food pantry open Saturdays 10-12
Food support to inner city distribution programs
Meals or soup to sick or elderly
Holiday food baskets
Food or gas gift cards
Open for purchases or donations Fridays 9-2; Saturdays 9-12.
Regular support for providing items, such as bedding, hygiene items, etc.
Inner City youth (on hold due to Covid)
English language support through community resources
Refugee support through various RI resources
Home repairs or assistance to local families (on a limited basis)
Managing the Cold
Gloves, hats, occasionally coats and boots to homeless or needy
Overseas Mission Trips (on hold due to Covid)
Church-building and support in Honduras
Medical mission opportunities in Central America (Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua)
U.S. Mission Trips (on hold currently)
Hurricane or tornado relief and repairs
Audio-Visual equipment for a Providence, RI Middle School
Computers and books for Mutufu, Uganda
We look to God for His direction
and try to be His stewards in serving others.
We provide prayer for all who come and
share a need for all our projects.
We are working jointly with other church groups
on new prayer ministries.
Coming Soon – GBC’s Community Garden!
Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then said I, “Here am I; send me.” Isaiah 6:8