Local Missions
“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Matthew 28:19-20
Harvest to Harvest (affectionately known as H2H) came about from a direct burden God placed on the hearts of church members who wanted to love on our community. They recognized two significant needs that could be met through one unique event: supporting the local food bank and providing gently used clothing (especially winter clothing)  and household items at a very low cost to those who may be experiencing financial difficulties. We enjoy providing a free hot meal for all who stop by. 100% of the proceeds go to the Worland Food Bank. H2H usually occurs in October, but we encourage our members to set aside their donations throughout the year. This event has become a fun and cherished event for our church and community.
For more information about H2H
please contact Katie Schmeltzer.
The 2018 National High School Finals Rodeo.
The Wyoming Southern Baptist Convention will provide a booth in the vendor area to provide opportunities to share three­minute personal testimonies with participants and spectators. Last year, the gospel was shared over 2000 times with 137 people trusting in Jesus as their Savior. Here is a link for more information about how you can be involved: http://www.wyomingsbc.org/evangelism­and­missions/2016­wyoming­rodeo­ministry/ .
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Our community’s ministerial association sponsors a local food bank for those in need. Our church partners with this ministry by collecting non-perishable food and transporting donations to the food bank. We also support the food bank through our H2H event each fall.

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Looking for a family friendly activity on Halloween?  Hullabaloo is a fun, safe place for kids and parents to spend quality time together. We offer carnival style games including sponge toss, bobbing for donuts, minnow racing, rubber band gun target shooting, a photo booth and the always popular cake walk. We always serve a free meal such as hot dogs and chips or chili and nachos. You will find a designated place for families to relax, visit with other members of our community and enjoy the food. And, of course, there’s no shortage of sweets – the kids leave with plenty of candy and treats from the cake walk.

For more information about Hullabaloo

please contact Nicole Hellyer.


Our church participates in the Meals on Wheels program administered through our local Senior Center. This is a rewarding opportunity to meet new people and brighten the day of our community’s home-bound residents. We currently cover meal distributions during the month of January.

We are currently seeking
someone to lead this ministry.
Interested? Contact Greg Bradshaw.