Ministries & Missions
We believe God has blessed all of Christ’s followers with special gifts to be used for missions & ministry. Our church seeks to constantly encourage each believer to discover their gifts and to put them into practice.
“Bringing the Kingdom of God closer to Greenville.”
~ Rev. Dr. Brad Smith
Examples of local ministries and partnerships:
Backpack Buddies (Eastern Elementary School)
Benevolence Food Pantry
Food Bank of NC
Ronald McDonald House
Rise Against Hunger
Community Crossroads Center
Haiti Mission Team
Guatemala Mission Team
El Salvador Medical Mission
Samaritan’s Purse shoebox ministry
TMBC is home to Hispanic ministries with services held on Sunday afternoons at 4 PM.
We believe God has blessed all of Christ’s followers with special gifts to be used for missions and ministry
Angel Tree Ministry
This empowering ministry is sponsored by our Children’s Ministry. The children decorate paper angels and place them on the tree with information about children in need during the Christmas season. You are invited to take an angel and purchase items that will then be shopped by the families.
Each week, TMBC provides food for the weekend to children in need at Eastern Elementary School. Items are collected by church members as well as purchased through donations to the Backpack Buddies fund
Food Pantry Ministry
The Benevolence Ministry offers food assistance through our Food Pantry to the community on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month.
Disaster Relief and Recovery
Utilizing TMBC’s disaster recovery trailer, this program is an integral part of the N.C. Baptist on Mission Disaster Relief Program, which is active locally, regionally, and nationally. As a local ministry, this group builds ramps for wheelchair access.
Operation Christmas Child
A ministry of Samaritans’ Purse, this mission project uses gift-filled shoeboxes to demonstrate God’s love to needy children around the world.
Street Fair Ministry
This ministry seeks to minister to groups not typically on the traditional church radar—fair and carnival workers. Participants partner with other churches in our community to meet the physical and spiritual needs of these workers.
TMBC offers volunteer opportunities to serve in a variety of ways and places inside and outside the U.S. Regardless of background or skills, God has a place you can serve.
Threads of Love
This group meets every first and third Monday morning and welcomes those with any skill level of knitting or sewing.