Good News Clubs
Good News Club is a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship in which trained teachers meet with groups of children in schools and churches in our area and engage with them through fun activities and exciting Bible lessons. For more information, contact our church office at 636.742.3662
Franklin Baptist Association Camps
Each summer the Franklin Baptist Association hosts camps for children and youth at the Spring Bluff retreat center. To learn more, contact the association at 636-583-2639.
Sparrow Ministries was formed as a ministry of New Community Church in Wildwood, MO and their aim is to support and care for orphans worldwide as well as families going through the adoptive process. To learn more, contact them at (860) 836-4694
Fellowship of Christian Athletes challenges coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high, and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus. For more information, contact them at email@example.com
Teen Challenge St. Louis
Teen Challenge of St. Louis is dedicated to restoring broken lives by offering a transformative 4-14 month residential program based on Christian principles to help men and women overcome addictions and return to society as productive citizens. For more information, contact them at (636) 677-1776.
Thrive St. Louis is a Christ centered nonprofit organization that empowers people to make life-affirming and healthy decisions about sex, pregnancy, and relationships. For more information, contact them at (314) 783-0478.
Nursing Home Ministry
A number of people in our church regularly visit local nursing homes bringing encouragement and love to those who are not physically able to attend church. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to invest in the lives of the elder in our community. For more information, please contact our church office at 636.742.3662.
Crossroad Bible Institute
Crossroad Bible Institute is a personal, in-depth and long-term program that is designed to help people in prison grow in their relationship with Jesus and to prepare them for successful reentry to society upon release. Volunteers correct lessons and write letters of encouragement, meaning that people of all ages and backgrounds can serve from their own homes and on their own schedules. For more information, contact them at 800.668.2450
Mission Gate is an organization with the vision to turn lives from crime to Christ through regeneration, rehabilitation, and reintegration. 94% of the convicts who go through their programs never return to prison. This organization partners closely with local churches to not only work with ex-cons, but to also minister to the families of men and women who have served time in prison. For more information, contact them at 636-391-8560
Men’s & Women’s Jail Ministry
A number of people in our church regularly visit the local men’s and women’s jails to lead Bible studies and to build relationships with those that they come in contact with. To learn more, call the church office at 636.742.3662
Are you interested in serving the men and women who have given so much to serve us? Some from our church are bringing encouragement and love to the many veterans living in our area. If you feel called and equipped for this type of ministry, please contact the church office at 636.742.3662
Missouri Baptist Disaster Relief
The Southern Baptist Convention’s disaster relief organization is the 3rd largest relief organization in the world. Trainings are made available multiple times every year across Missouri to train up new volunteers who want to be involved in disaster relief in our state, our country, and even throughout the world. To learn more, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Healing Grace Clinic in Eureka, MO is a Christian based ministry providing health care to those who are uninsured. Their goal is to minister to the whole person: body, mind, and spirit. So in addition to expert medical care, they also offer prayer and Biblical counseling to those that they serve. For more information, contact them at (636) 777-2937.
Badge of Hope
Badge of Hope is a ministry started by our very own Kristi and Rick Neace that aims to reach cops and their families for Christ, and to give them practical tools they can use in their everyday lives and marriages. Badge of Hope reaches out to these law enforcement officers and their families both locally and across the nation through a wide variety of ministries. To learn more, contact the Neaces at email@example.com
Franklin Baptist Association
The Ridge Church is a Southern Baptist church, and we are partnered with the Franklin Baptist Association. The association seeks to make an impact on our community by drawing together the manpower and resources of all the Southern Baptist churches in our county. They organize regular events, camps, and outreaches, while also offering resources to both churches and ministries. To learn more, check out their website: www.franklinbaptistassociation.org