Missions

Broadmoor's Missions Vision

Broadmoor seeks to be a launching pad for disciples to go throughout the world to share the gospel and make more disciples. We work to develop partnerships locally, across our country, and unto the ends of the earth.

Click below to access information about our Local, North American, and International Partnerships. 

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Current Mission Trip Interest Meetings

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Mission Trips

Interested in what mission trips are currently available? Are you a team leader and need resources? Do you want to keep in touch with teams currently on the field? Want to sign up for a trip? Click below for details. 

Kenya July 13-23 | Team Leader: Preston Crowe

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TRIPS WITH FOCUS PARTNERS

Tanzania

Partner: The Pimbwe Tribe
June 2022
Purpose: Evangelism
Team Leader: Philip Reeves

Tanzania

Partner: The Pimbwe Tribe
July 2022
Purpose: Evangelism
Team Leader: Philip Reeves

Victoria, B.C. (Family Option)

Partner: Canvas Chuch Oak Bay - Mike Blackaby
Summer 2022
Purpose: Community Event
Team Leaders: TBD

New Orleans (Family Option)

Partner: Harvest Church - Andrew Hanna
Summer 2022
Purpose: Church Plant Support
Team Leader: TBD

El Salvador

Partner: Strategic Impact
Dates: July 16-23, 2022
Purpose: Evangelism
Team Leader: Floyd VanDeburgh
Interest Meeting: Sunday, March 27 • 12:00 PM • Venue 104
 
WHO? This trip is open to any believer who is part of Broadmoor. It will be a great family trip. We will equip and train you to be fruitful and effective in your ministry in El Salvador. The main requirements for you to go is a teachable attitude and flexible approach to ministry. God will use you to make an eternal difference in the lives of people who need Jesus in El Salvador! This team will be limited to about 10 people.
 
WHAT? Strategic Impact International is a movement of like-minded leaders passionately committed to Jesus Christ and to each other for the fulfillment of His Great Commission. SI focuses on developing quality leaders who will then be able to equip and release the next generation of leaders through personal development, leadership skills, and a ministry of multiplication. For more information about SI, please visit its website at www.strategicimpactinternational.com.
 
WHERE? Broadmoor members will work alongside church planters in efforts to help start two new churches in the city of San Salvador, El Salvador.
 
HOW? We will share our testimonies with members of the community, assist in evangelism and discipling of new believers, and participate in community outreach projects during the week. We will also help train Christians in the process of evangelizing, discipling new believers, and starting a new church.
 
REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
• $500 deposit due by April 25, 2022
• $1,000 due by May 16, 2022
• $500 due by June 13, 2022
TOTAL COST: $2,000±
 
TEAM MEETING INFO: Team orientations will be held on the following dates. The Team Leader will coordinate meeting times and locations with team members. May 19, 2022, June 16, 2022, June 30, 2022
 
TENTATIVE TRIP SCHEDULE:
• Saturday: Travel
• Sunday: Worship with churches; Orientation
• Monday-Thursday: Ministry in the community
• Friday: Tourism; sightseeing
• Saturday: Travel
 
TEAM LEADER: Floyd Vandeburgh – 601-383-5509 or floyd.vandeburgh@icloud.com 
 
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: While missionaries are asked and encouraged to exhaust every opportunity to raise their own funds through friends, family, and employers, scholarships through Broadmoor Baptist Church are available.

Boston (Family Option)

Partner: Encounter Church
Dates: September 15-19
Purpose: Community Event
Team Leader: Kim Case
 
WHO? This trip is open to families, couples, singles, college students, and friends.
 
WHAT? Broadmoor partners with Encounter Church, a growing group of friends and neighbors from Westwood, Dedham, and surrounding communities who have two things in common: a love for God and a passion to serve their community. Led by Pastor Chris Causey, Encounter Church exists to be a catalyst for encounters with Christ that lead to life change. For more information about our partner, visit www.encounterchurch.com.
 
WHERE? The team will stay at the Marriott Courtyard Westwood. Team members will be responsible for their own travel to Westwood. The team will rent a passenger van for transportation around the city during their stay.
 
HOW? The team will support Encounter Church in their role of serving at Westwood Day, a city festival for the local community. Our team will also encourage the church by serving with the children's ministry during their Sunday worship service.
 
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: $250 deposit due by July 1, 2022
· $265 due by July 15, 2022, for double hotel occupancy [OR $575 due by July 15, 2022, for single hotel occupancy] Estimated trip cost per person (excluding airfare, baggage, meals, and personal excursions): $515± for double hotel occupancy $825± for single hotel occupancy
 
TEAM MEETING INFO: Planning meetings are critical for all team members to attend. The Team Leader will coordinate team meetings with you.
 
TENTATIVE TRIP SCHEDULE: 
• Thursday: Travel
• Friday: Sightseeing; Team Orientation with Encounter Church @ 9:30 a.m.
• Saturday: Serve at Community Event; Sightseeing
• Sunday: Worship and Serve with Encounter Church; Sightseeing
• Monday: Travel
 
TEAM LEADER: Kim Case – 601.672.6824 – kimcase3@gmail.com 
 
ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Kenya

Partner: Global Concern, Inc.
February 23 - March 5, 2022
Purpose: Water Projects
Team Leader: Preston Crowe
Interest Meeting: Sunday, March 27 • 12:00 PM • Venue 103

Guatemala (Family Option)

Organization: Eagle's Nest International
April 23-30, 2022
Purpose: Various Projects
Team Leader: Kara Owen
 
WHO? We are seeking both medical professionals to serve in the on-site medical clinic, and/or adults willing to perform light construction work and engage with children. Youth are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult family member.
 
WHAT? Eagle's Nest International/Nido Del Aguila Children's Home and Retreat Center exists to show the love of Christ to the abandoned children of Guatemala. Nido Del Aguila is an association made up of pastors and missionaries providing physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual care to abandoned, abused, and neglected children. They give the children hope and a place to call home. For more information about Eagle’s Nest International, please visit its website at eaglesnestint.org.
 
WHERE? The Children’s Home is located on a large property in the mountains of Sololá, Guatemala, and includes accommodations for the team. The team will fly into Guatemala City and then travel by bus to the Children’s Home.
 
HOW? The medical team members will assist with screenings for the children on site, organize and compile previous medical records and files, and collaborate with staff for treatment plans. Other team members will assist with light construction/painting and cleaning projects. All team members will work collaboratively with staff missionaries to meet needs that may arise during the week, including serving during the Nest Community Feeding Program. The team will also participate in evening sessions for worship, prayer, discussion, and planning.
 
REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
• $250 deposit due by February 25, 2022
• $625 due by April 1, 2022
• $625 due by April 15, 2022
TOTAL COST: $1,500±
 
TEAM MEETING INFO: Team meetings will be required. The Team Leader will coordinate meetings with team members.
 
TENTATIVE TRIP SCHEDULE: 
• Saturday: Travel
• Sunday: Orientation
• Monday-Thursday: Ministry at the Children's Home & surrounding community
• Friday: Tourism; sightseeing Saturday: Travel TEAM
 
LEADER: Kara Owen – 601.934.2489 or karahowen@outlook.com
SCHOLARSHIPS: While missionaries are asked and encouraged to exhaust every opportunity to raise their own funds through friends, family, and employers, scholarship dollars are available.
 

Registration is now closed.

Quebec, Canada (Family Option)

Organization: Camp Livingstone
May 22-28, 2022
Purpose: Various Clean-up Projects; Light Construction
Team Leader: Austin Woodward
 
WHO? Adults, college students, families, and friends are welcome.
 
WHAT? Camp Livingstone seeks to provide an environment where children, youth, and adults have the opportunity to experience the love of God through the message of the Bible and the exciting adventure of camp. They offer traditional and adventure camps for children and youth, relaxing family camps, and leadership training camps for young workers. For more information about Camp Livingstone, please visit its website at camplivingstone.ca.
 
WHERE? About an hour from Montreal, Quebec, Camp Livingstone sits on 71 acres of land surrounding Lake Lovering, including 22 buildings, a mountainside & nature trails. Less than 1% of the population of Quebec considers themselves Evangelical, having 1 French Evangelical church for every 100,000 people. Quebec is primarily a French-speaking population, where only 8% of the population considers English their Mother tongue, and only 11% speak English most of the time at home. The people of Quebec value their culture, their language, and their independence.
 
HOW? There is much ground and facility preparation that needs to get done before Camp Livingstone receives its campers each season, and this team will be assisting for the week to help tackle this big job. Team members will perform a variety of tasks, including but not limited to, painting, minor repairs, setting up archery and ax throwing stations, cleaning the kitchen and bathrooms, cleaning the trails, raking, cleaning out the garden beds, and planting new flowers.
 
REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
• $250 deposit due by March 15, 2022
• $475 due by April 15, 2022
• $475 due by May 15, 2022
TOTAL COST: $1,200± (excluding personal excursions)
 
TEAM MEETING INFO: Team meetings will be required. The Team Leader will coordinate meetings with team members.
 
TENTATIVE TRIP SCHEDULE:
Sunday: Travel & Orientation
Monday-Friday: Campground Preparation; Evening Sightseeing Opportunities
Saturday: Travel
 
TEAM LEADER: Austin Woodward – 769-610-5481 or awood92991@gmail.com
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: While missionaries are asked and encouraged to exhaust every opportunity to raise their own funds through friends, family, and employers, scholarship dollars are available.

Registration is now closed.

Victoria, B.C. (Family Option)

Partner: Canvas Church - Ashley Austin
Dates: July 16-23, 2022
Purpose: Soccer Camp
Team Leader: John Damon and Angela White

Kenya

Partner: Global Concern, Inc. 
Dates: July 13-23, 2022
Purpose: Water Projects
Team Leader: Preston Crowe
Interest Meeting: Sunday, March 27 • 12:00 PM • Venue 103
 
WHO? Adults, groups of college students, and friends can join us.
 
WHAT? Global Concern, Inc. (“GCI”) is a non-profit organization with a desire to attack root causes of problems rather than symptoms alone, and to do so in ways that prevent unhealthy long-term dependency. Working in partnerships with community leaders, GCI seeks to work in ways that will allow the community to “own” the finished project, freeing GCI up to help even more communities. For more information about GCI, please visit its website at www.global-concern.com.
 
WHERE? GCI’s current focus is on the people of the Chalbi Desert Region of Northern Kenya. GCI’s goal is sustainable community development in the most under-resourced communities of this region. Community development is not a short-term process where a single project is done, but a partnership with a community (tribal village, small town) to create a plan that will bring lasting change.
 
HOW? This team will be continuing GCI’s work on various water projects in the region.
 
REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
• $500 deposit due by June 1, 2022
• $1,300 due by June 15, 2022
• $1,300 due by July 15, 2022
TOTAL COST: $3,100±
 
TEAM MEETING INFO: Team meetings will be required. The Team Leader will coordinate meetings with team members.
 
TENTATIVE TRIP SCHEDULE: Exact trip dates are July 13-23, 2022. 
 
LEADER: Preston Crowe – 601.918.7175 or pcrowe@broadmoor.org
 
REGISTRATION: www.broadmoor.org
 
SCHOLARSHIPS: While missionaries are asked and encouraged to exhaust every opportunity to raise their own funds through friends, family, and employers, scholarship dollars are available.

Kenya July 13-23 | Team Leader: Preston Crowe

 

This list is continually updated as new trips are added. Please check back often! To inquire about additional opportunities not listed, please contact us missions@broadmoor.org.


Women's Missions

Click below for information on the women's missions that are available. 

Women's Missions


Broadmoor's Missions Giving Strategy

We have three components to our Missions Giving Strategy.

• The Cooperative Program
The Cooperative Program is a financial channel of cooperation between the state conventions and the Southern Baptist Convention. The essence of the Cooperative Program is to fulfill the Great Commission. Jesus’ command to witness in Jerusalem, in Judea, in Samaria, and the uttermost parts of the earth was not optional, but mandatory. State conventions receive the offerings and work together with the Southern Baptist Convention to provide ministries that call out, educate, and deploy missionaries around the world. In Mississippi, state mission causes are supported by the 2,000+ churches in our state. Worldwide mission causes are supported by gifts from almost 45,000 churches across the Southern Baptist Convention. A portion of our missions budget goes to support the Cooperative Program.  For more information about the Cooperative Program, click HERE.

Broadmoor Missions, including support for our Focus Partners
Over the course of time, the Broadmoor Missions Leadership team identified strategic mission partnerships locally, nationally, and internationally. We support these partnerships in several different ways, including prayer, sending teams, and financial support. A portion of the Broadmoor Missions budget goes to support these strategic partnerships. 

Special Offerings 
Periodically throughout the year, we will collect special offerings to support initiatives that our church has identified as a priority. These include Annie Armstrong, Orphan Care, Margaret Lackey, Lottie Moon, and Community Care. These special offerings are in addition to the amount included in the Ministry Budget. For more information on these special offerings, click on one of the initiatives listed below.

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