Community Outreach

Seaview Baptist has a strong history of mission giving,and service to our community. We are glad to be involved in caring for the world God loves through these ministries and others that continue to be placed on our hearts by God’s Spirit.
Serving Our Community
All  people matter to God, they matter to us, too. As we learn to love and connect with the neighbors who live around our church building, we’re also learning how to love and connect with neighbors who live on our own streets. It’s all about friendships and showing the love of Christ. 
Grace Place Ecumenical Food Pantry located at Grace LutheranChurch in Somers Point, provides food to families in need in our local area. The Pantry has provided over 500,000 meals in addition to distributing food baskets during the holidays. We collect canned goods and non-perishables for the Food Pantry.
Angel Tree  
At Christmas time, members from Seaview purchase Angel Gifts for a designated charity. Each gift presents an opportunity to share the love and hope of Christ with each family.
feeds and shelters the homeless and less fortunate. In the name of Jesus, they support families through crises and help to get them back on their feet. There is a clothing/shoe drop off box in our parking lot for the Rescue Mission to pick up item periodically.
Operation Christmas Child is a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse, which delivers great joy and the Good News of Jesus Christ to children in need around the world through gift-filled shoeboxes. Each box packed full of quality toys, school supplies, and personal care items becomes a tangible expression of God’s immense love for the child.         .
Seaview  Baptist hosts weekly meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous,
Narcotics Anonymous
 Find a meeting for  Al-Anon.
Atlantic City Rescue Mission collection box is available 24/7 in the back of the parking lot at Seaview, next to the shed. Donations welcomed. If you need pickup services, you can also contact Operatiion Empty Closet
Needs Our Help! – Their food pantry is out of many items. We will be collecting grocery store gift cards, condiments, canned goods, spaghetti sauce, sugar, flour, simple cake/brownie mixes, salad dressings, canned soups, peanut butter, jelly/jam, bread, rolls, crackers, coffee, snacks, granola bars, instant oatmeal/cereal, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap, and toothpaste. A collection box is located in our fellowship hall
is dedicated to helping homeless and trafficked youth. Find out more today! We provide immediate shellter and care for youth age 18-21. Learn more about their programs.
Serving Missions at Home and Around the Globe
Operation Christmas Child


Shoebox Packing Party Operation Christmas Child is a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse, which delivers great joy and the Good News of Jesus Christ to children in need around the world through gift-filled shoeboxes. Each box packed full of quality toys, school supplies, and personal care items becomes a tangible expression of God’s immense love for the child. For many, it is their first gift ever! Delivered by local church partners, shoebox gifts provide an opportunity to present the Gospel to boys and girls in a clear, child-friendly way. Seaview has a goal of packing 3000 shoeboxes in 2023. We supply all of the shoeboxes and gift items, but we need your help to bring it all together!


Many shoebox recipients are also invited to participate in The Greatest Journey, a follow-up discipleship course where they learn to know, grow in, and share Jesus Christ. Through 12 exciting lessons, the boys and girls often become young evangelists who tell their friends and family all they are learning. These people, in turn, spread this news to still others. This dynamic process of evangelism and discipleship is multiplying churches even to the ends of the earth! 

Anyplace, Anywhere Serving the Globe
John and Debbie Coats serve in Cambodia. Debbie is a nurse practitioner and John assists local church leaders in training Christian values to parents and children. Working with Eastern Mennonite Mission, they have a home base in Phnom Phen as well as a very modest outpost in the country where most of their work is centered. One of the major problems they face in seeking to minister in the name of Jesus is the brokenness of trust in the nation due to years of untrustworthy government.
Randy & Sandy
Randy and Sandy Moyer are missionaries involved in church planting in Saint Etienne, France with CrossWorld. They have a heart for growing disciples and have been able to raise up several leaders in the small and deepening congregation. Both Randy and Sandy have significant health issues yet are constantly dependent on God’s power to keep them well enough to care for the church and growing leaders.
BorquistsAnn and Bruce Borquist have served in Brazil since 2004. Recently they coordinated two national departments for the National Baptist Convention of Brazil and its 2,800 churches: the Integral Mission Network and the office of Leadership and Ministry Development. Through these two departments, they provided training, conferences, consultancy, information resources and networking that strengthen the ministries and leadership of state conventions; the auxiliary associations for women, men and youth; and local churches. They are currently on home assignment. When they return to the field it will be to a base in New Zealand where they will be on special assignment to assist our Asian ministries. 
American Baptist Churches USA 
offer resources to local churches to carry out these ministries as well as enable ministries beyond the reach of any one local church nationally and internationally.
This office provides servant leadership through vision, resources,training, administration and counsel for the whole denomination. The Rev. C. Jeff Woods serves as the  General Secretary.
supports the work of 2,500 short- and long-term missionaries doing work with local partners in 76 countries around the world
.One Great Hour of Sharing helps rebuild communities ravaged by natural disasters, creates sustainable sources of income for rural villages, provides micro-credit to women to start poverty-escaping businesses, teaches trades and job skills, offers children a chance to survive past the age of 5 and go to school, and much more.
America For Christ Offering supports ministries that transform lives, churches and communities in the U.S. — bringing hope to children in poverty and sharing the gospel through evangelism, discipleship, congregational trans-formation and prophetic justice.
Through the Retired Ministers and Missionaires Offering, American Baptist Congregations say thank you in a tangible way to retired ministers and missionaries or their widowed spouses. The offering provides them with emergency and other financial assistance and “Thank You” checks.
Green Lake Conference Center is a year-round Christian conference center set on the deepest lake in Wisconsin. They offer refreshment and renewal through training, worship, fellowship and recreation.
ABCWM are involved in mission support like making treat bags for shut-ins, rolling bandages for White Cross, and sending Love Gifts for urgent special needs for missionaries.
American Baptist Churches NJ – ABCNJ
seeks to reach New Jersey for Christ by being Christ-centered, mission focused and pastoral in spirit. Our goal is to help our churches, pastors, and regional ministries be faithful in service and healthy expressions of Christ’s presence in our world.
Bacone College is a four-year liberal arts college inMuskogee, Oklahoma, affiliated with the American Baptist Church, embracing a historic educational mission to American Indians. We sent a 15-member mission work team to the college in the summer of 2003.
Baptist Camp Lebanon has summer camp for youth in grades 1 through 12. The rest of the year it is available for weekend retreats.
motto is “The Whole Gospel for the Whole World”. Situated on the campus of Eastern University, the seminary provides training for leaders who will do transformative work as pastors, missionaries and other servants of the Gospel of the Kingdom.