Ministries at Cambridge
A Great way to get involved and make a difference!
Ministry opportunities are as many and varied as our members, yet we keep the Mission of each ministry as our primary goal. The following are a few of the many ministries available; however, there are several more beyond what are listed. Contact the office for a detailed list of Cambridge ministry programs. In choosing which one, or ones, you may wish to join could be an interesting challenge. To assist you in accomplishing this goal, we suggest you visit with the leader and members of each ministry to get a good understanding of their mission, goals, and plans for participation. Don’t be shy about getting involved in several, as many of our members enjoy doing.
CAMBRIDGE MISSION OPPORTUNITIES
CAMBRIDGE FAMILY NIGHT MINISTRY
“Wednesday Night Fellowship & Dinner” Reservations are preferred each week by filling out a reservation form located in the church bulletin on the tear off section and place it into the offering plate on Sundays or call the church office by 12:00 noon on Tuesdays. The cost for a meal will remain $2.00 per child ages 4 thru 11, $4.00 per person ages 12 & up and $10.00 maximum per family household. We invite each of you to come and bring a friend, neighbor or relative to have dinner and enjoy the fellowship time with us on Wednesday nights.
We invite you to come and bring a friend or neighbor to join us for this fellowship time. Please contact either Linda Trent or Rita Gregory, if you plan to attend.
OFF CAMPUS SMALL GROUP
The Off Campus Small Group Bible study, will meet on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Wanda and Danny Journey. Their meetings this year are held on the second and fourth Mondays of each month.
The Children’s Ministry team either Kelley McLean or Pastor Jay know if you have any concerns or questions.
YOUTH & YOUNG ADULTS
CARITAS – (Congregations Around Richmond Involved To Assure Shelter)
Call Janet Sheriff (contact church office for phone number) for information.
LEXINGTON COURT MINISTRY
An open invitation is extended to everyone. We serve refreshments, deliver birthday gifts to the residents celebrating a birthday in that month, enjoy music and singing, and hopefully brighten the day for our residents at Lexington Court. You will leave with a feeling of having been blessed yourself while sharing the warmth and love of Jesus with these dear folks.
Rita Gregory, Team Leader of Nursing Home Ministry
PERU MISSION TRIPS
It is now time to start planning for the 2010 Trips to Peru. Cambridge is now planning to lead three of these trips. A brief recap of each of these trips is given below.
As you can see with this brief list, Cambridge Baptist Church is a very vibrant, robust, and busy church within the community giving the members a great deal of fulfillment and satisfaction practicing the Christian faith.