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Missions at DBC

Joining together to share the love of Christ

DeHaven Baptist Church is a mission-minded congregation.  We believe in the Great Commission (Matthew 28: 16-20) where Jesus commanded us to "...go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit..." Our missions ministry is a direct reflection of this commandment.  Below are some of the ways that we go:
 

Baptist Builders

Helping with building projects in the state of Kentucky.
Contact: Eddie Byers

Christmas Stockings

Stockings are filled with Christmas goodies for inmates in Kentucky and Southern Indiana to give to their children.
Contact: Karen Horton

Clothes Closet

The Oldham-Trimble Baptist Association collects clothes for the needy.  The Closet is located at Ballardsville Baptist Church.  Donations are accepted year-round.
Contact: Pam Lunsford

Crossroads Pregnancy Center

Our mission is bringing hope, help, and healing to those affected by an unplanned pregnancy.  Help is accepted through prayer, volunteering, or donations.
Contact: Susan Schooler

Goodnews Homes

Good News Homes is a non-profit provider of short term housing for families and single moms who have lost their home or job and cannot make it financially.  Homes are located in Oldham and Trimble counties.
Contact: Charlotte Dawson

Homeless Ministry

This ministry is to help those less fortunate.  We collect food, water, and essential items year round to share with the homeless in our community.
Contact: Carol Wells

Honduras Mission

DeHaven partners with the Oldham-Trimble Association and Frontline Missions to send teams to Honduras annually. 
Contact: Eddie Byers

International Missions Support

Used greeting card, pillowcases, sheets, and used stamps are provided to ministries in the Philippines, Gabon, Central and South America for fund raising, support, and clothing.
Contact: Florence McCloskey

LaGrange Ministries

Collecting school supplies for children in the area.
Contact: Pam Lunsford