Perdido Bay Baptist Church values spreading the gospel through mission work throughout our community and the world. We are small church, but we value partnering with others for big results. We love participating in reaching out with the love of Christ, and our participation includes praying, giving, and going to fulfill our calling to be a missional church.

SBC Cooperative Program

As a cooperating church in the SBC, we partner with over 46,000 other churches to support hundreds of missionaries commissioned in North America and internationally. We support the North American Mission Board and the International Mission Board financially through the Florida Baptist Convention and at special times of the year through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.

Pensacola Bay Baptist Association

We cooperate with dozens of local Baptist churches for mission work throughout Northwest Florida through the Pensacola Bay Baptist Association. Our association works to serve our communities and to spread the Gospel through the following ways:

1. Faith and Hope Counseling Center,
2. Health and Hope Clinic,
3. Disaster Relief Efforts,
4. Encouragement to Pensacola Bay Area Baptist churches,
5. and countless other ways which influence and transform our communities by the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Local Missions

Locally, Perdido Bay is committed to serving those in our community through our weekly Food Bank. We offer services to over a hundred families each month. Further, Perdido Bay Baptist partners with a Hispanic congregation. This church serves the Hispanic culture in our community with services in Spanish on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings.

        Each year, PBBC supports Operation Christmas Child through Samaritan’s Purse.

Other Mission Efforts…

Our members have supported and/or experienced missions to Kentucky, New York City, Ghana, Ukraine, Ethiopia, Quebec, and many more.

Join us for our Thanksgiving celebration on Sunday, November 19 at 10 a.m. There are no small groups, and service will begin at 10 a.m. around the tables with a traditional Thanksgiving meal to follow. There will be no Wednesday night services on November 22. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!