Worship with Us This Sunday - 10:15 a.m.
Feed the Homeless
For more than 10 years, Snow Hill has partnered with First Baptist Church, Bethany to serve a hot meal, offer a sandwich, clothing, and hygiene products at two locations in Oklahoma City. We are one of 3 or 4 churches that partner with FBC, Bethany. Our monthly partnership takes place on the 4th Monday of every month. We meet at the Snow Hill building at 5:30 p.m. We generally leave by 5:45 p.m. We provide transportation and return between 7:15 and 7:45 p.m.
Hope of the Pokomchi
The Hope of the Pokomchi, also known as ASOSAP describes their work as:
Motivated by Christ’s love, we serve the Pokomchí people of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, helping them move towards their God-given potential.
This goal is achieved by:
- Establishing and building relationships of love and trust with needy communities
- Providing people, ideas, and resources through education and appropriate technology
- Coming alongside the people in these communities as they work toward their vision for an improved life – mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually
Snow Hill has partnered with The Hope of the Pokomchi for a number of years. Pastor Todd has participated in training local pastors. In March (2016) our second team will go and help provide five 4,000 liter water filtration units. Each of the past few years our Vacation Bible School Offering has gone to help support the La Providencia Health Post or provide for a Health Post need.
As a Southern Baptist Church we support mission causes through the Cooperative Program. The CP provides for the combining of resources to foster mission and missionaries and their work around the world. One of the very visible ways this gets expressed in Oklahoma, as well as around the world, is through the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma’s Baptist Disaster Relief. For instance, in May of 2015 the Baptist Disaster Relief team set up and used Snow Hill’s facilities as its Command Center to help clean up in the aftermath of the May 6, 2015 tornado that impacted Bridge Creek and surrounding areas in Tuttle. We participate in the Union Baptist Association for work that is more geographically near our own area.