Ministries

Cultivating leaders and inspiring others to do the same.

Ministries Highlights

Faith Memorial Baptist Church has over forty ministries that our members are a part of.  There is a place for everyone who becomes a family member of this great body of Christ!  Though each and every ministry is important for members' growth and development, in 2016 five were highlighted to accelerate the overall advancement of top priority ministry objectives.
 

NOW Generation Youth Ministry

 

The NOW Generation is our youth group at Faith Memorial.  Our youth, who range in ages from 6 years to 18 years, are on the move!  Led by Rev. Nikki Sawyer, they participate in the youth choir, the dance team and as well as outreach initiatives through the church’s Missions Department.  

Golden Treasures Seniors Ministry

The Golden Treasures Seniors Ministry places emphasis on the senior citizens in our membership, ages 62 years and older. We believe that our seniors are to be revered and honored for the contributions they have made to us and to society.  This ministry is led by Deacon James and Deaconess Pearl Wortham.

Twelve Tribes Ministry

The Twelve Tribes Ministry places emphasis on congregational care for the entire membership, from initial joining, to connecting with a particular ministry, to caring for members and their families in sickness and transitioning from this life to the next.  Led by the Faith Memorial Deacons Ministry, all members are assigned to a tribe by the first letter of their last name and contacted by the Deacon-Leader of that tribe.  The Twelve Tribes connects all members through various social and informational gatherings.

Young Adults Ministry

The Young Adults Ministry of Faith Memorial connects with those members, ages 18-35.  This ministry emphasizes concerns of those members of the millennials while holding bible studies and lessons that are specific to this age group.  This ministry is led by Brother Robert and Sister Gisele Markham.

Faith Connections

To bring visitors, new members and the uninvolved church members into a relationship with the body of Christ, introducing them to the various ministries and the opportunities to live out God's word through service to our church community and beyond.