Main Image

FBC Missions OutreachTeam

The Missions Outreach Team inspires and stimulates participation in a comprehensive Acts 1:8 evangelism model that reflects our commitment, both individually and corporately, to go and make fully-devoted followers of Jesus Christ. The team seeks to empower and equip our congregation to go, give, send and pray for outreach missions and ministries so that we can take the gospel to all people, locally, nationally, and internationally.

· The team develops, promotes, and/or coordinates missions trips and projects through various FBC ministries and outreach partnerships.

· The team encourages and fosters the organization and leadership of outreach programs to reach persons in The Villages and surrounding communities.


Mission: Ann Arbor, MI
2020 Date To Be Announced

Misison: Ann Arbor, MI 

A Missional Partnership with Treasuring Christ Church (TCC) in Ann Arbor, MI provides an opportunity for FBCATV to work and walk alongside North American Mission Board Church Planter Michael Guyer and team as they plant a reproducing church in the Ann Arbor area.

Dates To Be Announced • Ann Arbor, MI 

Next summer, your work in Ann Arbor, MI along side of Treasuring Christ Church will be blessing to the new church plant. You will be the hands and feet of Jesus while serving and sharing the Gospel and love of TCC to the community. The team will engage the community in a variety of tasks like serving lunch to the homeless, trash pick-up in parks, and minor cleaning and landscaping for local residents.

Questions? Contact Pastor Juddy Perry • EMAIL • (352) 205 - 7114 

Mission: Miami, FL 
2020 Date To Be Announced

Dates To Be Announced • Miami, FL

The team will be working alongside North American Mission Board church planters in the bustling city of Miami. Though there will be some opportunities for light service tasks, the primary focus of the team's efforts will be given to assisting church planters in sharing the Gospel in this culturally diverse SEND city. With Miami having inherited nicknames such as " The Gateway of Latin America," " Little Haiti," or "Little Jamaica," it's easy to understand why reaching residents of Miami with the Gospel aids in reaching the nations with the Gospel. 


2019 Mission Miami Pictures Part 1
2019 Mission Miami Pictures Part 2

Questions? Contact Pastor Juddy Perry • EMAIL • (352) 205 7114 

Bring hope to the community!
Donation Drop Off
Sunday, November 17

Third Sunday Compassion

Be apart of bringing hope to the surrounding communities.
Next donation drop off day is Sunday, November 17  

The Third Sunday Compassion is an ongoing opportunity for you to donate gently used items. These items are strategically being used to build discipleship-making relationships with people. 

The third Sunday of every month there will be a team positioned in the parking lot to receive donated items. All donations will be received before both church services. 

Below are ways you can contribute to these ongoing outreaches. 

Christian Library International Team will be collecting appropriate Christian books and used Bibles which will be shipped to a distribution hub for further shipment to prisons across the United States.

The Food Collection Team is working in partnership with the Helping Hands Ministry at First Baptist Church of Belleview to collect and distribute non-perishable food items to those in need in our community. 

Haven Shelter will be collecting items needed by women and children who have been victims of abuse. They need like- new clothing for women and children, household items, cleaning and paper supplies, and child-appropriate games, videos, and books. Items collected are delivered to Haven Thrift Store in Leesburg. 



FBC Leesburg Christian Care Center

Christian Care Center

The Christian Care Center of FBC Leesburg is a multi-pronged ministry of FBC Leesburg serving the area with eight different ministries. These are Pregnancy Care, Children’s Shelter, Samaritan Inn, Men’s Residence, Women’s Care Center, Benevolence Ministry, Fresh Start Job Program, and Medical Care Center.


Christian Library International 

Christian Libary International (CLI) is a prison outreach that spreads the Gospel and promotes discipling inmates in prison. 

CLI has helped thousands of incarcerated men and women find new hope in the healing power of Jesus. This begins through the collection and distribution of Bibles and used Christian books. Before, literature is distributed to prisons they are stamped with CLI contact information that allows inmates the opportunity to engage in disciple-making Bible studies through handwritten letters. These Bible studies provide a unique opportunity for volunteers to lead inmates to place faith in Jesus Christ and encourage their prayer life and Christian walk.

For more information on the impact of this outreach listen to the testimonies of a former inmate and CLI Letter Ministers. 

Former Inmate Testimony
Kyle Bass (34:04 mins) 

CLI Letter Minister Testimony 
Meg Clark (4:02 mins) 
Deb Seibert (6:40 mins)

2019 CLI Event
God Can Use Even Me (59:51 mins) 

Haven of Lake & Sumter Counties, Inc.

Haven of Lake & Sumter

Counties, Inc.

Haven of Lake & Sumter Counties, Inc. was established in 1977 to meet the needs of domestic violence victims.

Their primary objectives are to provide these victims with alternatives to abuse or life-threatening situations, and with empowerment to establish a violence-free life.

First Baptist Church At The Villages participates in Haven's ministry by collecting items needed by the women and children who have been victims of abuse. They need like-new clothing for women and children, household items, cleaning and paper supplies and child-appropriate games, videos and books. Items collected are delivered to the Haven Thrift Store in Leesburg. 

Haven Collection at the church is the third Sunday of each month. A truck will be waiting near the Tower entrance where volunteers will receive your donations as you arrive for worship services.


Jail Ministry

Jail Ministry

The Jail Ministry, in partnership with the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry, ministers to women inmates at Lake County Correctional Institution in Tavares, FL.  They conduct weekly  church services, Bible studies and classes for women inmates. Books and materials are provided to disciple inmates who have established a relationship with Jesus Christ.  Volunteers also serve to pray for specific needs/requests of the inmates.


Love INC 

Love, INC

Love INC (Love In The Name of Christ) is a Christian-based outreach to needy adults, families and children in Lake, Marion, and Sumter Counties. It does this in a variety of ways through financial help, family counseling and material/spiritual support. Love INC is a network of 39 local churches (of which FBC is a part), as well as volunteers and community organizations that help churches help people. Their offices and warehouse are located on Hwy 441/27, just north of CR 42, where they operate a retail store called "Centsible Furnishing" selling donated items not needed by Love INC clients.  

Love INC is always in need of volunteers to help with its many support programs. Below is a list of the types of help that are needed:

In The Warehouse:

· Client Delivery Driver/Helper—Loads delivery truck, drives to client location and unloads appliance and furniture (critical need)

· Donations Clerk—Receives donations, completes tax forms if necessary, and sorts and stores items in correct warehouse locations

· Warehouse Support—Organizes incoming donations, separates items for resale and client use.

Clerical support:

· Secretarial Support/Primary Phone—Assists with non-computer activities such as copying and filing

· Clearinghouse Receptionist—Answers phones and schedules interviews

· Clearinghouse Intake—Performs phone interviews with potential clients

In the Centsible Furnishings Store:

· Store Cashier—Bags sold items and operates cash register

· Store Clothing Display—Manages clothing section as needed

· Store Receptionist—Answers phone and directs calls

· Centsible Grocery—Assists clients in selecting needed food


For more information about Love INC or to volunteer in any of the areas listed above, please contact Dwayne Norris at 719.322.3786 or by email at






Manna Bags

Manna Bags

The Manna Bag Program for Stanton-Weirsdale Elementary School provides food to Stanton-Weirsdale Elementary School children who would otherwise not have adequate access to food during the weekends and school breaks. Food is purchased through a local food bank at reduced rates and stored at the church. The food is packed in “manna bags” and delivered weekly to the school for distribution to the children.




Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child demonstrates God’s love in a tangible way to needy children around the world through the distribution of shoeboxes filled with Christmas gifts. Annually, empty shoeboxes are distributed to the local church family to be filled with gifts and are then collected and delivered to the local collection site for distribution by Samaritan’s Purse.


Sozo Kids

Sozo Kids

The Sozo Kids Program provides hope and opportunity to the children of the Ocala National Forest. A food bank and multiple feeding sites serve 5000-7000 people every month with emergency groceries and hot meals. Turning Point Mentor Centers provide safety, homework help, tutoring, food, school supplies and more to 40 children at a time. The Filling Station is a restaurant that was opened with the sole purpose of giving Forest youth the opportunity for a better life, by teaching a work ethic and providing much needed experience and skills leading to a gainful employment.