We believe that we are called to serve the church locally and also connect with those working around the world to help spread the work of the Gospel. Here are a few of the organizations that we have worked with or partnered with over the past few years:
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Kentucky
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Kentucky is a fellowship of churches and individuals who share a commitment to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to equip and empower Kentucky Baptist churches and Christians, cultivate partnerships, and engage in missions.
Northern Kentucky Baptist Association
“The NKBA is an association of churches uniting together to accomplish the life-changing, world-changing mission of Jesus.” The NKBA is a partner with our local churches to assist in mission together and resource the God-given vision for the local church to be God’s redeeming incarnational body in our communities. We exist to EMPOWER churches to accomplish our mission to “make disciples” (Matthew 28:19), “to seek and to save the lost” (Luke 19:10).
To accomplish this mission our core values are:
- FOUND PEOPLD FIND PEOPLE.
- SAVED PEOPLE SERVE PEOPLE.
- LOVED PEOPLE LISTEN TO PEOPLE.
- ENGAGED PEOPLE ENGAGE WITH PEOPLE.
- CHANGED PEOPLE CHANGE THE WORLD ONE STORY AT A TIME, ONE LIFE AT A TIME.
Baptist Seminary of Kentucky
The purpose of Baptist Seminary of Kentucky is to prepare men and women sensing God’s leadership for life and ministry in faithful witness to Jesus Christ in the church and the world.
Sunrise Children’s Services
Sunrise Children's Services provides care and hope for hurting families and children through Christ-centered ministries. Sunrise Children's Services has been at the forefront in the fight to protect Kentucky's children since 1869. Today, Sunrise is a home for children who have been abused and neglected — children whose lives have been scarred by unspeakable physical, sexual, and emotional abuse — and who have been removed from their homes.
Brighton Center wraps a community of support around individuals and families by tackling the issues that prevent people from becoming self-sufficient, removing the barriers they face, and creating hope so that goals can be achieved and dreams realized. From our modest beginnings in 1966, we have grown to provide a wide range of programs and services which include meeting basic needs, adult and early childhood education, workforce development, substance abuse recovery for women, affordable housing, financial education and counseling, youth services, and neighborhood based programs.
Holy Spirit Parish Food Pantry
The Holy Spirit Outreach Ministry works to provide for the fundamental needs of the poor in the city of Newport and in the surrounding communities of Campbell County, by helping them with basic food and financial assistance for rent and utilities. These services are provided in a Christian environment so that this assistance will reflect the Christian spirit at work in the community. Each month First Baptist collects an “item of the month” to take down to the pantry.