Monday, April 17, 2017

April Meetings

Day meeting or night meeting, you choose!  Woman’s Missionary Union meets Thursday, April 20th

Hill Road Campus:  1:30 PM in the CLC
Glenwood Campus:  6:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall

Join us as we learn about missionaries, pray for missionaries and support missionaries.

For more information contact:
    Martha Rhoton at
    or Debbie Fink at

     or go to

Thursday, September 15, 2016

The Golden Offering for Tennessee Missions is a child coming to Christ through Journey Camps. It’s English being taught to someone from another country and sharing Jesus with them in the process. It’s some of the poorest people in America receiving physical help and the gospel. It’s a boy at a youth detention facility being saved and baptized. And so much more!   

Your contribution to The Golden Offering for Tennessee Missions provides invaluable financial support for Tennessee ministries. The annual offering sustains ministries not funded through the Cooperative Program. The eternal impact of this offering in the lives of others is immeasurable. Thank you for making it all happen.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Meeting Reminder

Woman's Missionary Union will meet Thursday, September 15, 1:30 PM in the CLC at HRC with special guest speaker, D. Carson.  You will not want to miss it so please make plans to join us for this exciting meeting!

For more information, contact Martha Rhoton.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016


We would like to invite you
to join us for a special meeting 
with a guest speaker
IMB Missionary
serving in a transcontinental region
Thursday, May 19 at 1:30 PM
at the home of Rita Strauser
(312 Glasgow Lane). 
For transportation or more information contact
Alice Culberson  at 288-8797.

Monday, August 17, 2015

What IS WMU, you say?

It was 1888. A group of ladies decided that not only did they want to pray for missionaries, but they wanted to help them with their physical needs!! May in Richmond, Virginia, is beautiful, and these ladies were ready to get things going! They were very Baptist about this and organized a committee- the Executive Committee of the Woman's Mission Societies, Auxilary to Southern Baptist Convention. They knew how to do it right! They adopted a constitution, elected officers, chose Baltimore, Maryland, as the headquarters, and got Annie Armstrong as their first treasurer. You have to keep those financial records straight, you know. Annie was on fire! Not only did she write many, many letters to get support to send to home missionaries, she collected clothes in barrels and sent them to American Indian children. Boots on the ground. With the Lord's many blessings and direction, we've come a long way, baby!! Headquarters are now in Birmingham, Alabama, and WMU is the largest Protestant missions organization for women in the world. Yes, I said the WORLD. There are over 1,000,000 of us!! What do we do? I'm glad you asked. Here is what Indian Springs Baptist Church WMU does..........
WMU Purpose:
  • To learn about missions
  • To pray for and give to missions
  • To develop spiritually toward a missions lifestyle
  • To do missions
  • To support the mission work of our church and denomination

When do we meet, you ask?
  • Hill Road WMU meets the third Thursday in each month.
  • Glenwood Women on Missions meets the first Tuesday in each month.
(Check bulletin or ISBC calendar for times and locations. Come join us! )

What projects do we do? (You are asking all the right questions.)

Want to know MORE? (You're GOOOOOOD.)
Contact Indian Springs Baptist Church WMU at
Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost; Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you; and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.
Matthew 28: 29-30

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