But be doers of the word, and not hearers only…
Occasionally we have the privilege to serve our community not only through Oasis Church, but through our partner organizations. We will use this page to bring you the latest outreach opportunities in our community.
Gulf Shores Middle School Service Ministry — Aug. 29th 5:30 PM: Oasis has been invited back to serve this year. We will be meeting at 3:00 PM to prepare hotdogs and then transport to GSMS. This service is greatly appreciated by the parents and students and gives us an opportunity to share the love of Jesus Christ with a school in our community. Arrive anytime at the school after 5:00 if you can’t come and prepare before. We need help serving and breaking down afterwards.
Labor Day Street Party at the Wharf — Sep. 3: Oasis will be serving and sharing the love of Jesus Christ at the big event. Come meet and greet hundreds of people while looking for ways to be used by God to bless others. It is always a blast.
Baldwin County Fair—Sept. 19-23: Baldwin Baptist Association is looking for churches to volunteer to work in the BBA booth at the Fair in Robertsdale. Activities may include face painting, making salvation bracelets, etc. Also, a table will be available to interact with others. We provide the “stuff”, you provide the love!
46th Annual Shrimp Festival—Oct. 12-15: An estimated 300,000+ people show up for this annual event. Gulf Area Resort Ministries has a booth for weary parents, bored children or any who would like to stop by! Baldwin Baptist Association would like to hear from volunteers who can help serve sno-cones and popcorn, face paint, hand out Bibles, etc. Call 251-945-5112 if you’re interested.
Interstate Trucker’s Ministry: We’re rolling on down the road towards the time for “goodie bags” distribution at Oasis Travel Center, where Baldwin Baptist Association’s Interstate Trucker’s Ministry is located. Chaplain Charlie prayerfully requests cash donations (checks made payable to BBA) and/or items for these bags that are given to encourage the truckers who stop there. Suggestions: pens, small note pads, gum, individually wrapped snacks (prefer no candy), hand sanitizer, etc. Drop off at Baldwin Baptist Association office.
Pies for Prisoners—Nov. 21: It’s never too early to start digging out your best recipes for homemade pies (that don’t require refrigeration) and starting to assemble the ingredients! The inmates at the Loxley Facility really look forward to these pies eaten over Thanksgiving week. Call Baldwin Bapstist Association at 251-945-5112 for details.