Taylor Baptist Association

ABOUT US

Taylor Baptist Association is an association of 18 Southern Baptist Churches in Taylor County, Florida.
Our purpose is to equip and assist our member churches to accomplish their ministries.

Associational Missions Strategist - Dr. Henry Cannington Jr.

Administrative Assistant - Hannah Carter

Office Hours - Monday to Thursday 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

BELIEFS

Taylor Baptist Association holds to the beliefs set forth by the Baptist Faith & Message 2000. On June 14th, 2000, the Southern Baptist Convention adopted a revised summary of our faith.

To view the Baptist Faith & Message 2000, click here to see it on the Southern Baptist Convention's web page.


OUR CHURCHES

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Newsletter
    The current Newsletter is available for download. Click here to receive it.
  • Operation Christmas Child:November 14th - 21st
    Shoe Boxes will be collected at Pisgah Baptist Church November 14-21. Our goal this year is 3,083 Shoe Boxes.
  • Thanksgiving DayNovember 24th
    Office Closed
  • Walk Thru BethlehemDecember 2nd - 3rd
    Rosehead Park 6:30pm-9:00pm
  • Lottie MoonDecember 4th - 10th
    Week of Prayer for Lottie Moon International Missions
  • Christmas PartyDecember 6th
    Christmas Party, 6:00 PM for Pastors, Staff & Wives
  • Christmas BreakDecember 19th - 31st
    Office Closed
  • New Years DayJanuary 1st
    Office Closed
  • Administrative CommitteeJanuary 9th
    Administrative Committee, 9:00 AM
  • Men's MeetingJanuary 16th
    Men's Ministry Meeting, 5:30 PM Oakland Baptist Church
  • Martin Luther King DayJanuary 16th
    Office Closed
  • Executive BoardJanuary 9th
    Executive Board, 9:00 AM
  • Announcement
           Since my conversion, I learned the joy of giving. My grandfather taught me the blessing of tithing found in Malachi 3:10 and the joy of soul-winning found in Psalm 126:5-6. He showed me how tithing was not only a matter of obedience, but of faith, as tithers acknowledged their dependence upon God for His ongoing provision. From the first church I pastored, I taught and believed our church must tithe-or more-of its total income to support the Great Commission if we wanted God's blessings.
           While I attended Columbia Bible College, many of my friends and fellow students became what is often called "faith missionaries" involved in independent missionary work. Over and over again we were called upon to provide help. I'm grateful we could, but it forced me realize the importance of how Southern Baptist do missions.
           My missionary friends had to spend half or two thirds of their time raising money or writing letters pleading for help. Missionaries, however, who are supported by the Cooperative Program can do the work God called them to do without worrying about their next check. I rejoice in this method for supporting our mission efforts because I know God gave Southern Baptist the Cooperative Program. It could not be a plan that came from the vision of man. It works too good not to be a gift from God!
           The CP provides a way for even the smallest congregation to be a vital part of the largest Great Commission organization known to man. The Cooperative Program helps churches support their own association, their state, their country, and then to reach to the ends of the earth.
           Our Lord has had His hand on the Taylor Baptist Association and our mission effort because we seek to carry out the Great Commission through this amazing partnership we call the Cooperative Program. In this cooperative endeavor, each church in our association is involved in reaching the world for Christ and meeting human needs in His name as He said in Matthew 25:34-36, 40.
           Our partnership in the Disaster Relief ministries, supporting our IMB missionaries, NAMB SendRelief and church starting, local church planting and revitalization, and our local work through FCA, Operation Christmas Child, Samaritan's Purse, Character Ed and so many other things we do are how we are "Working Together, Doing More!"
           I want to challenge each church in the Taylor Baptist Association to set a bold and sacrificial goal for your Lottie Moon gift for international missions this year. I pray that 100% of our churches participate in this special offering to reach the world for Christ. We have much to be thankful for this year because of God's blessings. Therefore, I must repeat the words of our Lord when He said, "To whom much is given, much is required."
           Let's serve and give with a grateful heart!


  • Annual Meeting:
    A great big thank you to Salem Baptist Church for hosting our 65th Annual Session on Monday night, Oct 17th. They served a delicious meal of fried pork chops and all the trimmings. There were 50 people present representing 11 churches. We heard presentations from the Florida Baptist Convention, the Florida Baptist Children's Home, the State Board of Missions, and Operation Christmas Child. Rev. Jay Watkins brought a special message encouraging us to be encouraged by the resources God has given us to share His word to those in our community.
  • Spot Light on Missions:
  • Walk Thru Bethlehem Friday, Dec. 2nd to Saturday, Dec. 3rd
    Last year in 2021, we had the "Walk Thru Bethlehem" in Rosehead Park. It was a huge success with volunteers across multiple churches coming together. The planning for "Walk Thru Bethlehem" is getting started for this year 2022. The date and times for the event will be Friday, Dec. 2nd and Saturday, Dec. 3rd at Rosehead Park 6:30pm-9:00pm. Volunteers are needed to help it to be successful again this year, See Nikki Anderson for details. She can be contacted at walkthrubethlehem.32347@gmail.com
  • Mission Spotlight
    I know you pray daily for our missionaries. To make it easier and more strategic, download the IMB Prayer app on your smart phone. Go to https://www.imb.org/pray/ and you will be able to click download the app. When you have the app, a wonderful world of praying for missions will become your tool to world evangelism.
  • Not By Bread Alone
    Midway Baptist's Not by Bread Alone ministry distributes a variety of home & personal hygiene products for needy families in our community on the last Monday of every month at 6:00 p.m. except for when Holidays fall on that Monday and it will be the Monday before.
  • Florida Baptist Convention News
    To get the news from the Florida Baptist Convention, click here.

CONTACT

P.O. Box 602
Perry, Fl 32348
Phone: 850-584-8025
Email: taylorbaptist@fairpoint.net