In Acts 1:8, Jesus tells us that as His followers, we will be His witnesses in Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria & the uttermost parts of the Earth. SBC is a mission-minded church with a heart for our community, our state, our nation & the world.


Upcoming Mission Trips in 2017

Missions Celebration Weekend - February 9-12
I Love Sarasota Mission - February 13-18
Haiti Medical Mission Trip - March 11-18
Cuba Mission Trip - April 29-May 6

Trips without dates

Costa Rica - with Living127 and Eric Teets
Dominican Republic - with Love Serves and Ken Carle
Quebec City, Canada - New Partnership with Mosaic Church in Quebec City

Near the beginning of every year, we host a Missions Celebration Weekend. This is a great time to make our community aware of how our church reaches out to tell the world about Jesus, and let's them know how they can get involved. We showcase various mission opportunities as well as giving a chance to missionaries from all over the globe to share their story. Keep an eye out for dates to next year's Missions Celebration Weekend.
Contact Rod Boatwright to find out further information about going on one of these trips.

Learn about our new partnership with Quebec City and Quebec province.

I Love Sarasota is a mission week to the city of Sarasota. Get a snapshot of the week by watching the video below
For information about Florida Baptist Disaster Relief click these links:
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Sarasota Baptist Church provides for you to give to its mission's endeavors by making a check out to Sarasota Baptist Church & on the memo line marking "Mission".

As a Southern Baptist Church, we also participate in Lottie Moon Christmas offering for International missions, the Annie Armstrong Easter offering for North American Missions & the Miguire Offering for State Missions. Southern Baptist's have over 4,900 International missionaries & another 4,500 North American missionaries which are all paid a salary & do not have to raise their own support. These offerings go directly to meet their needs.
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