WMU encourages commitment to God's mission and missional living. through praying for missions, engaging in mission action and witnessing, learning about missions, supporting missions and developing spiritually toward a missions lifestyle, and participating in the work of the church and the denomination.
WMU Missions Organizations
Preschool: Mission Friends
Mission Friends meet every Wednesday night 6:45-7:30 in the classrooms on the second floor of the educational building to involve preschoolers and kindergartners in learning, praying, giving, and doing missions.
Grades 1-6: Girls in Action
Girls in Action (GAs) meet each Wednesday 6:45-7:30 pm on the third floor of the educational building. They participate in monthly missions projects to give them hands-on experience with missions work and combine fun with learning through activities such as the annual GA Sleepover, JAM, and GA/RA Picnic and Kickball Game.
Grades 1-6: Royal Ambassadors
Royal Ambassador (RAs) meet each Wednesday 6:45-7:30 pm on the third floor of the educational building. They participate in monthly missions projects to give them hands-on experience with missions work and combine fun with learning through activities such as the annual RA Campout, JAM, and GA/RA Picnic and Kickball Game.
Adults: Women on Mission
Women on Mission members organize around interest, lifestyle, need, purpose, or age with the ultimate purpose of every person having the opportunity to hear and respond to the gospel message. Montly WoM meetings include dynamic speakers, prayer, and fellowship as well as mission project opportunities with local ministries.
Two groups provide monthly meetings for women to learn and serve: WoM Sisters (evening group) and WoM Daughters of the King (daytime group).
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WMU Missions Emphases
WMU promotes several different types of missions throughout the year that are organized through the Nashville Baptist Association, the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, and the Southern Baptist Convention. This includes financial support through missions offerings as well as specific weeks of prayer.
Father’s Day Offering for Tennessee Baptist Adult Homes
Tulip Grove is participating in the Father's Day Offering for Tennessee Baptist Adult Homes. You can give to this offering by mail, online, or delivery to the church office. Make sure to label your gift "Father's Day Offering." We will collect this offering through June and July.
The goal of Tennessee Baptist Adult Homes is to proclaim Christ through quality care and living facilities for senior adults and developmentally disabled persons. The Father's Day Offering for Adult Homes helps provide camps for mentally handicapped persons to enjoy a camp experience while learning about Jesus and principles for Christian living as well as providing residential support and supplementing the cost of care for adult home residents.