Mission Organizations

Our church seeks to instruct our children, youth and adults about missions here in the United States and around the world. To help facilitate this, our church primarily uses the WMU curriculum to learn about missions, become involved in missions, and live a missional lifestyle.

Mission Friends

In Mission Friends® preschoolers begin to understand the missions concepts of praying, giving, and doing missions. They progress from a focus on self to a focus on others. They become aware that not everyone knows about God’s love. Preschoolers learn how they can help others in need.

Girls in Action (GA) and Children in Action

IMG_9020Children are active and inquisitive. They begin to ask questions about the Bible, Jesus, and the church. GA® and Children in Action® groups help them become aware of God’s love for them and to understand that He loves all people everywhere. They recognize people who have needs and realize God can help them meet those needs.

Royal Ambassdors (RA) and ChallengersIMG_9034

Royal Ambassadors® (RA®) is a missions discipleship organization for boys in grades 1-6. Through hands-on activities that encourage spiritual growth, games and sports, and mentoring relationships with RA leaders, RA members become a faith-based brotherhood.

Acteens and Youth on Mission

IMG_9041Students experience rapid physical and mental changes. Through Acteens® and Youth on MissionSM  they find peep acceptance and a place to belong. As their desire for a practical faith opens their thoughts to sharing their faith, they will be given opportunities practical faith opens their thoughts to sharing their faith, the will be given opportunities to take action. They will be given a solid biblical foundation during their formative years when are curious about other beliefs and could question God’s actions in world events.

Women on Mission

Women make major life changes that shape their decisions and identity. Being a part of a Women on Mission® group provides a place for women to feel needed and to be productive in helping others. Their spiritual growth will progress as they mature and develop a view of the world and an understanding of its lostness.

  • PVS- Meets on the 1st Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
  • M&M- Meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at The Baptist Home beginning at 9:45 a.m.


The brotherhood at FBC Ironton has the new member chili dinner every year to welcome the new members from the past year to the church. They are looking for more things to do in the future as a mission to and for the community.