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LoveLoud is missions to our local community. The vision of LoveLoud is to model Jesus Christ as we serve.  With many different projects specifically developed to help our community, we desire to serve the single mom, the widow, the sick, the orphan, those who are in crisis and the impoverished.  Through programs such as City of Refuge, Project Hope, Love Thy Neighbor and Disaster Relief we want to serve those in need and be a conscience in our community.


City of Refuge:  Greater Works Feeding Ministry

What is it:
Mt Rachel has partnered with the City of Refuge to provide volunteers to support their Greater Works feeding ministry for homeless and low income families.  City of Refuge also offers medical assistance, counseling services, a food and clothing pantry.

Volunteers Needed:
Volunteers are needed to prepare and serve meals one night a month on the fourth Thursday of each month.  Mt Rachel has established four teams with each team volunteering one night three times a year. If you would like to volunteer for this outreach opportunity, please provide your information on the sign-up sheet. 

Project Hope

What is Project Hope?

Acts 20:35
"Everything I did, I showed you by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: It is more blessed to give than to receive."

What do I have to do to get involved with Project Hope?
It is open to anyone who is willing to serve God by helping people in need.

For more information or if you know anyone in need of assistance, please contact Chad Shults.
Home #: (706) 673-9709 or Cell #: (706) 847-1639.


Love Thy Neighbor

Love Thy Neighbor is a ministry of Mt. Rachel Baptist Church. We partner with Hamilton Medical Center and provide lunch for the family members of those in ICU. Many times family will not leave to get something to eat because they do not want to leave their loved one.

We meet at the church on the 1st Friday and 3rd Thursday of each month at 10:30 a.m. to prepare sack lunches (which includes a sandwich, chips, an apple, and usually a little debbie cake). After preparing the lunches we go to the hospital and hand them out to families. This provides us the opportunity to minister to them by listening to their stories and praying for each situation.

For more information on serving in this ministry, please contact Ronny Jones at the church office 706-259-5192 or by email.

Disaster Relief

Mt. Rachel Baptist Church supports the Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief.  It is a ministry-based approach to impacting people for the Kingdom of God.  Our motto of Serving Christ in Crisis has two implications:

• We serve Christ to those persons who are victims of disaster.
• When we minister to persons in need, we are serving Christ (Matthew 25:40)

The goal of Disaster Relief is to provide some measure of normalcy for the victims of a disaster event. Disaster Relief focuses on five areas of ministry:  Chaplaincy | Child Care | Clean-Up & Recovery | Communications | Feeding.


Cooperative Program

Mt. Rachel Baptist Church supports the Cooperative program and our local association, the North Ga. Baptist Association on a monthly basis by setting aside a percentage of our weekly tithes and offerings to be sent on a monthly basis to the GA Baptist Convention and the North Ga. Baptist Association.

The Cooperative Program, Stewardship & State Missions Development Office provides information and resources for local churches to assist them in the fulfillment of the Great Commission. Gifts given by individual churches through the Cooperative Program are combined into a unified budget to support the mission and ministry efforts of the Georgia Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. Through the Cooperative Program our churches enter into a partnership that sends the gospel around the world. Within days after your church sends in its Cooperative Program contributions through the state convention, the funds are on the mission field helping to tell the story of Christ to many who have never heard it before. It can be said without hesitation that “the sun never sets on the Cooperative Program.”

Jamie Middleton with Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a non-profit interdenominational Christian organization founded in 1954.  FCA uses the influence of coaches and athletes as a means of Christian evangelism.  The group operates chapters based in schools and operates camps, workshops, and conferences.

Brett and Jennie Allen with Word of Life