Missions are firmly rooted in the DNA of Brentwood Baptist Church—we’re actively engaged in our community by serving others and sharing Christ.

We Partner, We Go, We Send. Come join—there’s a place for you!

Serve Locally

Brentwood Baptist loves Middle Tennessee and serves with over 25 local ministries in the areas of poverty, education, healthcare, food insecurities, child vulnerabilities, and international communities.

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Mission Journeys

Each year, many of our members travel around the globe on mission journeys, short-term trips to a specific location to serve a people group in a particular way.

From medical clinics in Brazil, to pastor training in Nepal, to sports ministry in London—as we go and serve, our primary goal is to share the good news of Christ.

Upcoming Trips


Global Workers

Our Global Workers serve in all corners of the world. With both long-term missionaries and short-term teams, they carry out evangelism, discipleship, church planting, and humanitarian aid in communities spanning numerous countries.

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Disaster Response

The Disaster Response ministry demonstrates the love of Christ by showing up at the time of crisis by coming alongside hurting people to clean up trees after storms, provide roof tarping, and rebuilding homes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I be a part of a Mission Journey?

You can apply online! For our global Mission Journeys, you will need to have the following completed:

  • Online application
  • Current tetanus vaccination
  • Valid U.S. Passport

All journeys are available to people at all campuses. Members and non-members alike are welcome.

What is included in the cost of the Mission Journey?

The cost will cover:

  • Transportation
  • Meals
  • Lodging
  • Travel insurance

The project expenses for the team’s work will be covered by Brentwood Baptist.

Can I use points and book my own flight?

Yes. However, you would need to coordinate your flights with the team leader and plan on joining for the entire Mission Journey.

Can I go early or stay late outside the dates of a Mission Journey?

Yes. We have a process for that, although it might involve additional cost.

Do I need special vaccinations to travel?

No, not typically—but if a location requires a special vaccination, it will be listed on the trip details.

A current tetanus vaccination is typically required, however.

Do I have to be a certain age to serve in local missions?

It depends.  With most opportunities happening on or through our campus, all ages are welcome.  With some of our partners, however there could be  age requirements.  Reach out to the organization to learn of specific guidelines for their location.

How does a local ministry become a partner?

Our partnerships develop over time and after seasons of relationship, engagement, and missional alignment.  If you would like to learn more, please reach out to Missions Minister Brett Freemon.

What are global workers?

Global workers are members of our church who relocate cross-culturally for the purpose of sharing the gospel and discipling new believers and planting new gospel work. Their time outside the U.S. can vary from a few weeks to years.

Feeling led to take the next step toward serving cross-culturally in this way? Please contact Keith Holloway, our Missions Mobilization Minister.

Why do we send global workers?

In obedience to the Great Commission Jesus gave in Matthew 28:18-20, and following the example of the church in the book of Acts, we believe the church is called to send out from among it those who will go across barriers of culture, religion, language, and geography to make disciples.

Upcoming Missions Events