mobilization ministry

What is Mobilization Ministry? For years FBG has been dedicated to missions — reaching people with the gospel of Jesus Christ both locally and internationally. We seek to “mobilize” people in several ways.

  1. Helping people mobilize with the purpose for which they were created, chiefly to know, love and enjoy the one true God.
  2. Helping people mobilize to connect with their neighbors and the nations by loving them well.
  3. Mobilizing people to help others do the first two. In doing this, we are all living on mission. Living on mission means that we are leveraging everything about our lives to help others be able to follow Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

 A few ways to get involved serving (there are more, but these should get you started!):

Morning of Serving

It is our desire that our church family of all generations work together to complete a variety of projects that will serve our neighbors well. So, sign up yourself, your family, your small group, or whatever combination you think of.

At 8:45 AM on Friday, August 12, we'll start checking in at the entrance to the E2 building. Park close to the church office and come in either set of doors. We'll meet for a quick intro meeting at 9:15 AM and get started at 9:30 AM on all of our projects.

This year, we are highlighting many of our ongoing ministries and care recipients within the community. Click the link to take a look at the opportunities and signup.

Learn / Register

Juvenile Detention Center Ministry

Join faithful people engaging teens with the Gospel and weekly Bible studies in the Williamson County Juvenile Detention Center.  For more information contact Paula Myers,   .

Teacher & Staff Appreciation Ministry

Be a part of a team that finds creative ways to share the love of Jesus Christ with local school faculty and staff.  For more information contact Luci Whorton,  

Texas Baptist Men 

Texas Baptist Men is a great way to serve both throughout Texas but also around the Nation.  They provide training and opportunities to serve those in need when disaster strikes. For more information click this link:

Women on Mission

To learn more about Women on Mission please click this link:

If you have any questions please contact:

Charlotte Watson | 

Austin Disaster Relief Network

The Austin Disaster Relief Network is a local partner that coordinates many efforts to meet needs in our area of those facing loss from disaster.  To get involved visit please click this link:

Faith in Action

This is an opportunity to serve senior adults in our community by driving them to appointments and helping them run errands.  For more information click this link:

Strategic Partnerships

When you tithe, you are supporting missions locally and globally, including the following:

International Mission Board, SBC | North American Mission Board | Graffiti Ministries: New York City and Baltimore | Atlanta Inner City Partnership | Baptist University of the Americas | Baptist Student Ministry at UT |The Caring Place | Children at Heart | Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Williamson County | Brookwood in Georgetown | Pregnancy Help Center | Oak Ridge Disciple House | Hill Country Community Ministries | Gideons International | Faith in Action| Boys & Girls Club | Meals on Wheels |Missions in: London, NYC, Vermont, Mali (Africa), Uganda (Africa), Ukraine, Armenia, Atlanta, and various places in Asia.

If you would like to learn more about getting involved in these or other opportunities, or just want to enjoy good conversation over a cup of coffee, please contact Pastor Chad Warren,  .