Missions at FBC

Jake Dorak - Associate Pastor of Missions & Evangelism

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Our goal is to mobilize the Church to glorify God and fulfill the Great Commission. Our strategy is to mobilize the Church for mission both near and far. Our vision is to make disciples as we go to the neighborhoods and the Nations. Therefore we have created programs, events, and partnerships on the local, state, national, and international level for the purpose of living out the Gospel in a Acts 1:8 model. 


If you would like more information about Missions & Evangelism at FBC please scroll below or email: jdorak.fbc@gmail.com.



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mAKING DISCIPLES NEAR...

The mission of Manchester FBC is to make disciples of Jesus Christ. We do this near and far. We want to mobilize God's people to go to the neighborhoods and the nations. We make disciples in our community (near) through our ongoing mission partnerships, programs, and events (Read more in the section below). This includes Oakley Ministry Center, the #JesusTent, Hub Church Boston, and The Bridge Church, Oxford. Through serving our community and partnering with church plants in strategic places, our hope is to glorify God and fulfill the Great Commission. 

Make disciples far...

Our church has adopted the Wolof people of Paris & West Africa as our unreached people group to pray for, learn about, and seek to reach. The Wolof people are a large ethic group with a population of over four million. Most of them are located in the West African Countries of Senegal and Gambia. In recent years, however, the expansion of peanut cultivation and an acceleration towards urbanization has motivated many of the Wolof to spread out into areas including Paris, France.



According to the joshuaproject.net, professing Christians among the Wolof people in Senegal is at 1%; however, 0% is considered evangelical. The statistics are even more staggering for the Wolof people in France where there is no professing Christian witness at all. The Wolof people of Paris are considered a unreached and

unengaged people group.



As we pray for the Wolof people, the Lord is leading us to begin building relationships in Paris with the hope of eventually moving into the villages of Senegal. We will be sending teams to work in the foyers of Paris where the Wolof people live. Our prayer is to learn how to meet needs and point the Wolof people to Jesus. If you would like more information about to next mission trip to the Wolof people, email: jdorak.fbc@gmail.com.

mISSION pARTNERSHIPS, programs & eVENTS

  • Oakley Ministry Center

    Mondays worship Gathering

    Oakley  Ministry Center is a campus of our church in the Oakley Community. Every Monday when Coffee County Schools are in session, we gather to provide: homework help, mentorships, worship, Bible study, a free meal, and grocery distribution in the name of Jesus Christ. If you would like more information about serving at

    Oakley, email: jdorak.fbc@gmail.com.


  • The #JesusTent

    thejesustent.com

    The Jesus Tent is a ministry to Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. It is the largest evangelistic event across denominational lines in the state of Tennessee. Every summer in early June, people from all around the world come to Manchester for the largest music festival in the nation. At the Jesus Tent, we share the Gospel to the Bonnaroo community by offering free water, lemonade, tea, coffee, donuts, snacks, phone charging, Bibles, and other literature. Our goal is to build relationships, plant-seeds, and serve others in the name of Jesus Christ. If you would like to participate at the Jesus Tent, online registration opens every February through May at thejesustent.com.


  • Hub Church Boston

    hubchurchboston.com

    The Hub Church is a new church plant in South Boston, MA. We have begun a three year partnership with the Hub to pray, support, and send yearly mission teams. A team from FBC travels to South Boston every July to serve the South Boston community and help multiply the efforts of the Hub Church. If you would like more information about the next mission trip to South Boston, email: jdorak.fbc@gmail.com.

  • Redemption Community Church

    Redemptions Community Church is a church plant in Oxford, PA (a suburb of Philadelphia). We partner with RCC to pray, support, and send annual mission teams to serve the Oxford community and multiply the efforts of the RCC team. If you would like more information about the next mission trip to South Boston, email: jdorak.fbc@gmail.com.

  • Journey Point Church

    journeypoint.org

    Coming soon...

  • Serve Coffee County

    Serve Coffee County is a local missions opportunity during the month of September for our church to participate in various service projects throughout our city and county as a tangible way of loving and blessing the community in the name of Jesus Christ. Online registration opens in August at servecoffeecounty.com

  • The Wolof people of Paris & west africa

    Our church has adopted the Wolof people of Paris & West Africa as our unreached people group to pray for, learn about, and seek to reach. The Wolof people are a large ethic group with a population of over four million. Most of them are located in the West African Countries of Senegal and Gambia. In recent years, however, the expansion of peanut cultivation and an acceleration towards urbanization has motivated many of the Wolof to spread out into areas including Paris, France.


    According to the joshuaproject.net, professing Christians among the Wolof people in Senegal is at 1%; however, 0% is considered evangelical. The statistics are even more staggering for the Wolof people in France where there is no professing Christian witness at all. The Wolof people of Paris are considered a unreached and

    unengaged people group.


    As we pray for the Wolof people, the Lord is leading us to begin building relationships in Paris with the hope of eventually moving into the villages of Senegal. We will be sending teams to work in the foyers of Paris where the Wolof people live. Our prayer is to learn how to meet needs and point the Wolof people to Jesus. If you would like more information about to next mission trip to the Wolof people, email: jdorak.fbc@gmail.com.