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Local Missions

Backpack Ministry

The backpack ministry provides donations to students at Buchanan Elementary, as well as several other local Botetourt County Schools. The donations include food for weekend meals, school supplies, and special items during holiday seasons. This ministry is used to provide support to children who may not receive three meals a day outside of school

Woodcutting for Local Families

The woodcutting ministry is a partnership with the Botetourt County Resource Center. Church members cut and deliver wood to Botetourt County residents who heat their homes with wood.

WMU (Woman’s Missionary Union)

Mill Creek Baptist Church has two WMU groups that meet monthly.

The Daytime Mission Group meets at 10am on the first Tuesday of each month at the church.  We have a potluck lunch after the meeting and a time for fellowship.

The BWNG (Baptist Women’s Night Group) meets at 6pm on the second Monday of each month at various locations.  Location is always announced in the newsletter and the church bulletin.


Both groups have the same goals:

-To study about missions locally, nationally, and internationally.

-To support missions through prayer and giving.

-To participate in mission action projects which assist local ministries.

-To enjoy fellowship with one another.

Prayer Blanket Ministry

A group of church members from Mill Creek who make fleece blankets for children and adults who have been faced with a health crisis. Members pray for the individual over the blanket as they make them. Blankets are then distributed to those in need of prayer.

Greater Outdoor Ministries (click Here for more info)

The Greater Outdoor Ministry through MCBC provides many opportunities for those who love the outdoors. This ministry runs a handicap hunt each fall, a fishing rodeo each spring, and family camping trip in the summer. Mill Creek’s Greater Outdoor Ministry is ever changing and always adding new events.

Nursing Home Ministry 
This ministry is made up of ladies from Mill Creek Baptist Church who visits local nursing facilities. They provide seasonal activities and programs, as well as toiletries and clothing for the residents at these facilities.

Roanoke Valley Baptist Mission Centers in Downtown Roanoke
The Roanoke Valley Baptist Mission Centers include the SW Friendship house on Elm Avenue and the SE Community Center on 17th Street in Roanoke, VA. The RVBMC provides after-school and summer programs for children, a food pantry for local families, and bible studies for adults. Mill Creek Baptist Church supports the Roanoke Valley Mission Centers by providing volunteers, food and toiletries donations, and trips to Camp Bethel for a fishing rodeo and Limestone Park in the summer.

Weekday Religious Education 

Weekday Religion Education is a program wherein the public schools, with parent’s written permission, release students to go to off-campus locations for biblical instruction. WRE in Botetourt County is taught by Mike Woody for students attending Buchanan & Cloverdale Elementary, Nancy Young for students attending Colonial & Troutville Elementary & David Cox for students attending Greenfield, Eagle Rock & Breckinridge. This program is funded by local churches, businesses, civic organizations & individuals.


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