It is through the faithful and generous support of the Tugalo Baptist Association churches that the Association is able to accomplish all that it does. The Association has its’ own budget and is not supported by gifts to the Cooperative Program. The money given by the Tugalo Baptist Association churches helps support:
EVANGELISTIC BLOCK PARTY TRAILER
Tugalo Baptist Association, in conjunction with three northeast Georgia area Associations, sponsors and houses two Disaster Relief trailers for Mud-Out and Cleanup and Recovery. These units are financed through church and individuals donations. Donations for the Disaster Relief can be mailed to Tugalo Baptist Association, PO Drawer 129, Eastanollee, GA 30538. Memo "Disaster Relief" Disaster Relief Director, Tim Beck, is available to come speak to your church or church group. Contact: 706-491-3969 or firstname.lastname@example.org ________________________________________________________________________________________________ DISASTER RELIEF ORIENTATION (Required for All Volunteers) At this credentialing session, you will receive an introduction to the overall ministry of Disaster Relief, 3 ministry areas (Child Care, Cleanup & Recovery, and Feeding), and Evangelism Encouragement. Once you become a credentialed Disaster Relief volunteer, recertification is required every 3 years. To check out upcoming trainings, visit https://missiongeorgia.org/georgia-disaster-relief/
1150 Bear Creek Road, Lavonia, GA 30553 706 356-1487 Website: http://www.penfieldrecovery.com/ In 1995, the Mauldin brothers dreamed of a Christian program to help addicted women. They donated 35 acres and a small house. By November 1998, the Tugalo Baptist Association was ready to begin H.E.A.R.T Ministry, Inc. An 8 week, 12 step alcohol/drug recovery program for ladies 18 years and older with capacity of 27 beds. If interested as a client, you must have a TB Test and have gone through detox before application can be taken. On September 1, 2012, H.E.A.R.T. Ministry becomes a ministry under Penfield Christian Homes. H.E.A.R.T. will still be operated under it's individual director and staff but Penfield Christian Homes will oversee it's Administrative and Business Practices. Donations for H.E.A.R.T Ministry can be mailed to: 1150 Bear Creek Road, Lavonia, GA 30553
Ongoing Needs Paper goods (toilet paper, paper towels, paper plates & cups, napkins) Cleaning Supplies School Supplies Office Supplies Copy Paper Non-perishable food Rice and pasta Fresh fruits and vegetables Light bulbs Brooms & Mops Linens/Towels/Kitchen towels/Bath mats/etc.
IGLESIA COMUNIDAD CHRISTIANA INTERNACTIONAL
PO Box 47, Lavonia, GA 30553 Physical Address: Meet at FBC Lavonia, 95 Boman St., Lavonia Call for service times Rev. Wilmer Marin, 706-498-6521 email@example.com **************************************************************************** The mission of "Comunidad Cristiana Internacional" is to reach for Christ the Hispanic community that lives and works in the counties that make up our Tugalo Baptist Association. We are one of the few Hispanic churches in our area and the ONLY Hispanic Baptist work. In addition to that, we provide a venue for any church in our Association to do international missionary work right here in our own back yard. We serve the Hispanic community by offering ministry opportunities for men, women, children, youths, and social work always with an evangelistic approach. It's our desire to partner with more churches in our Association on a one-on-one basis and share with them how they can help in reaching and impacting the Hispanic community for the Lord. Due to various circumstances such as the lack of employment and for being a very mobile community, the size of our congregation has decreased. However, you will alwaysfind people ready to serve God, their church and help others when needed. We believe that still there is so much to be done in terms of sharing the gospel and because of the very mobility of the community there are new opportunities to share Christ every day. We also believe that God loves all people and that He desires to plant a church where the Word is truly taught and where His name can be glorified, through the hands of the joint effort of Anglo and Hispanic believers. For more information contact Wilmer Marin 706-498-6521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
TUGALO ASSOCIATION TOY STORE
Annual event in which all Association churches have opportunity to come together to provide a gift to children, birth - 16 years old, who are in need throughout the Association. Individuals are counseled and presented the Gospel and a Bible for their family. Toy collection for new toys begins October 1. So if your church would like to collect new toys to donate, the deadline to deliver to the Association office or Martin Baptist Church. Financial donations are always accepted to help with purchase of Bibles and any extra toys that may be needed. Applicantions for Assistance are available October 1 - week before Thanksgiving through Tugalo Baptist Association Office Once your application is submitted, please wait for someone to contact you regarding an appointment time for the day of the Toy Store. Person submitting the application is the only person allowed to pick up toys for your children listed. Please list only children that live with you and you are financially responsible for in your home ages birth - 16 years old. No food or clothing is given out at toy store, only Toys. We ask that no children be brought with you for your appointment if at all possible.
SENIOR ADULT MINISTRY $5 per person at the door 11:00 am progam followed by lunch
It your church would like to host a Senior Adult Lunch in 2021, contact Assn Office: January 21 Franklin Springs Baptist Church April 15 July 15 October 21
History The WMU Scholarship Fund was begun in 1967 by Miss Ethel Haney who gave the first gift to begin the fund. She was a member of Hill Street Baptist Church in Toccoa and was very active in the Associational WMU and general Association work. Miss Ethel began this fund because, at one time in her life, someone had helped her to get an education to become a school teacher. So, she wanted to pass this good turn on by starting financial assistance to help other persons with their education. Many churches and individuals have contributed to the fund through the years until it was large enough to begin distributing scholarships from the interest made on the funds' money. A Scholarship Committee was appointed by the Associational WMU and in 1975, guidelines were established governing this fund.
Guidelines 1. Two scholarships amounting to $400.00 each are to be given each year if funds are available. Additional scholarships may be given during the year if funds are available. 2. Applicant must plan to enroll or be enrolled in one of our Southern Baptist Schools. 3. Applicant must plan to prepare for full-time Christian service. 4. Three letters should be submitted to the Scholarship Committee: A written request from the applicant which services as application, and two letters of recommendation - one from the applicants' Pastor or a church leader, and one from the applicants' employer, school superintendent, principal, or advisor. 5. The Scholarship Committee will study the application and letters of recommendation after which the committee will make its decision.
How To Apply Any person who would like to take advantage of this scholarship and meets the above guidelines can contact Edna Whitworth at 706-886-2718, Associational Ministry Assistant at 706-779-2626.
How To Contribute Any person, at any time, can give to the scholarship fund as an offering or as a memorial or in honor of someone. Contributions can be sent to: Tugalo Bapist Association, WMU Scholarship Fund, c/o Edna Whitworth, 439 Currahee Lane, Toccoa, GA 30577