Serve Globally

“And he said to them, ‘Go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation.'” Mark 16:15


The world is smaller than it used to be.  Our “neighbors” may live in our community, across the state, on the other side of the country, or across the globe.  Winter Park Baptist Church is actively involved with mission work with our neighbors locally and around the world.  We have commissioned missionaries in India, Haiti, North Carolina, and Florida.  We regularly take teams to serve alongside our ministry partners and missionaries in places like India, Mexico, Haiti, Costa Rica and Helena, Arkansas.


As someone once said, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”


What are you waiting on?

For more information about any of these organizations:
Mike Womble
Associate Pastor for Spiritual Formation, Missions and Single Adults
Phone: 910-791-4725

Together for Hope Arkansas is a project in Helena, Arkansas that works for reduce illiteracy and focuses on youth development in the community.  They partner with many local churches year round and with outside groups, such as Winter Park Baptist each summer for a swim camp and construction projects.

Hope Changes Everything

Hope Changes Everything is a nonprofit started by members at Winter Park to serve the people of Haiti by building churches and schools.  Hope Changes Everything believes that empowering and educating the people of Haiti will allow them to reach their fullest potential.


Missionary Flights International provides transportation and logistical support for those serving in Haiti, Dominican Republic, and the Bahamas to bring the “Good News of Jesus Christ.” Each year they transported more than 300 tons of supplies and 3,000 workers to the Caribbean.

Stop Hunger Now provides food to partner organization in developing countries. Winter Park is one of many churches and other organizations who help package meals for distribution throughout the world. We began our partnership in 2011 and have packaged almost a quarter of a million meals.


Faith Ministry provides assistance along the Mexican border by building houses, meeting basic medical needs, spiritual growth, and fellowship in the community surrounding Reynosa and Miguel Aleman, Mexico.  Winter Park has been involved with this ministry since the late 1990’s


In 2013 the Kshema Foundation was formed as a medical outreach in Bangalore, India.  Jay and Cokie Westfall are part of the founding board and are deeply involved with the work of the providers as they seek to care for their community through respectful, compassionate medical care.  The Kshema Foundation also partners other Indian NGO’S and Indian government sponsored programs to carry out their mission.