Our Missions

The church family at Walter Hill FBC seeks to serve those outside the walls of our building as well.  Below are some of our key mission organizations that we invest in with monetary support, donations, or time serving.

Appalachian Ministry (Kentucky):

Our church family donates clothing, food, school supplies, and Christmas gifts for the families in this poverty-stricken area. We are currently ministering to Flat Lick, Kentucky after many years of assisting with God’s Closet in Feds Creek, Kentucky.


Food Pantry:

Food is donated to our food pantry to be made available for families in need.


Mission Offerings:

We pray for the 5,000+ Southern Baptist missionaries oversees and the 5,000+ here in the United States. 

  • Lottie Moon Christmas Offering: Lottie Moon lived from 1840-1912, serving as a Southern Baptist missionary to China for 40 years. She is the namesake of the Southern Baptist International Offering which support international missions around the world.
  • Annie Armstrong Easter Offering: This offering was named for Annie in honor of her being the first corresponding secretary for Women’s Missionary Union. The monies given to this offering goes toward the missionary force in the United States and Canada.
  • Golden State Missions Offering: We collect this special offering in September each year to provide financial support for ministries that help reach Tennesseans for Christ. Named after W.C. and Mildren Golden who, in 1902, suggested the week of prayer for state missions and state missions offering.
  • Tennessee Baptist Homes Mother’s Day and Father’s Day Offerings: Tennessee Baptist Children’s Home provides Christ-centered, nurturing homes for children in hard places across Tennessee through compassionate on-campus homes and foster families.  
  • Year-round, our church gives 3% of our offerings to support our mission efforts through the Concord Baptist Association here in Rutherford County. We give 7% of our offerings to the Cooperative Program which supports missions through the Tennessee Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 
  • A monthly contribution is sent from the church to Greenhouse Ministries, a faith-based organization that serves our community with meeting the physical needs of clients with food, clothing, furniture, and also offer adult education classes.