Glendale Baptist has started a new ministry of Community Service where every second Sunday of the month we send out work teams to help elderly, widowed, or disabled folks with projects they may struggle to do themselves – things like yard work, tree trimming, painting, window washing, cleaning gutters, cutting firewood, light carpentry, or other various fix-it needs.  But we need your help to help others!  If you know of anyone who could use some helping hands, please get in touch with us by calling or clicking on the "Contact Us" tab at the top of this page and dropping us a line.  And if you want to help even more, put on your grubbies and come join us every second Sunday helping others out - there's even a free dinner afterwards!

The International Mission Board Lottie Moon Christmas Offering, named after a missionary who gave her life telling others about God's love, raises support for missionaries in every continent on the planet!  Your gift enables limitless mission teams to make disciples and multiply churches among unreached peoples and places for the glory of God.  100% of your generous support to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering goes directly to people on the field taking the gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost.  Pray about what the Lord Who has given you so much would have you give to others for His glory.  More details can be found at

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

The Southern Baptist Disaster Relief is on the front lines responding in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.  Recovery efforts are in progress for residents who need assistance.  You can help now by praying, giving and going. One hundred percent of every dollar given goes directly to aid Southern Baptist Disaster Relief efforts. For details, call 800-634-2462 or click here.  

the blessing

God designed you for community.  When you take the risk to get involved, you discover the purpose, joy, and growth for which you were made.

Community Prayer Rally

Community Service

the challenge

Human connections are messy.  People let you down.  Involvement means vulnerability.  That's why many avoid getting involved, choosing lonely safety over relational adventure.

Glendale Baptist Church

Sunday night, January 28, 2018 at 6 pm, several local churches will gather together at the Glendale Assembly of God Church (511 Willis Avenue) to pray for each other, our community, our state, our nation, and the world.  When things feel like they're spinning out of control (or even when things feel like they're doing fantastic!), one of the best things we can do is pray.  Prayer is especially powerful when people of all ages, from all walks of life and all kinds of faith earnestly come with united hearts to seek God's intervention and blessings and justice for all.  Will you be a part of what you want to see God do in our community?  Join us for prayer and watch what God can do! 

Everyone Discipled, Everyone Discipling

Southern Baptist Disaster Relief

the vision

"Everyone discipled, everyone discipling" requires relationships that go deeper than the surface which is why we offer these opportunities.