Local Missions


Frederica Baptist Church partners with a variety of local ministries that deliver life-changing impact upon our community by meeting needs and leading others to discover new relationships with Jesus Christ. We serve God and our community through volunteering our time and talents, giving individually and through application of church tithes, and pray for each of our local partners.

Good News Club

Frederica Baptist partners with the Good News Club program to reach children ages 5 to 12 who attend public schools. The after-school club allows trained volunteers to share the Gospel and teach the Bible through scripture, lessons, songs, prayer, and games. Currently, FrBC sponsors clubs at St. Simons Elementary and Oglethorpe Point Elementary.

Hope 1312 Collective

Hope 1312 Collective serves as a liaison between the Church, the community, and the child welfare system. Through a variety of services, trainings, and resources we believe we can rewrite the story of child welfare by providing tangible Hope for children in hard places.

International Seafarers’ Center

The ISC mission is to take Christ to the nations by providing seafarers a safe harbor that they can call home. Our services aim to meet the spiritual, emotional, physical and material needs of thousands of seafarers who visit the Port of Brunswick, Georgia, USA, annually. 

Kairos is a non denominational Christian ministry that shares the message of the love of and salvation through Jesus Christ with those who are incarcerated and their family members. We minister through instruction and demonstrating love over 2 retreat style weekends per year. We also return monthly for encouragement, worship, and fellowship, building relationships with the incarcerated and fostering Christian community inside the prison. We typically minister at the same prison, but can participate at any prison that has Kairos. We minister at Smith State Prison in Glennville, GA, and we certainly need volunteers, even if you can only serve part of the time. Thank you and God’s grace and peace be with you.

Manna House

Located in downtown Brunswick, Manna House provides hot meals (pre-Covid) and sack lunches (currently) to many of the poorest in the Brunswick-Glynn County community 7 days a week.
The command of Jesus to feed the hungry and give drink to the thirsty (Matthew 25:35)is still the goal of Manna House since opening in 1983. 

FrBC Volunteers



Morningstar Children and Family Services, Inc. was established in 1996 with support from the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and many churches from all over Georgia. Established on the site of the former Youth Estate, the campus was approved to serve up to 52 youth with developmental disabilities and intensive mental health needs.

Today, in addition to the Morningstar Youth Estate in Brunswick, Morningstar operates Community Counseling in Brunswick and Perry, Georgia. In 2019, Morningstar served 676 children and youth through our programs.


Skylark is a Christ-centered ministry dedicated to advancing the sanctity of human life and sexual purity. The clinic offers free pregnancy testing, free STD testing, free limited obstetrical ultrasound, parenting classes, Earn While You Learn, material services, post abortion support, community referrals.