Jack May Memphis Mission Month | June

The Mid-South Baptist Association honors the legacy of Dr. Jack May during the month of June by encouraging churches to give and participate in local missions. His life and ministry made an indelible mark for good in Memphis.  

Brother Jack May was a faithful servant of the Lord and his country. He was born on September 20, 1929—the oldest of 11 children. He was a United States Army veteran and served as pastor and interim pastor of several churches in Memphis including, Speedway Terrace, Broadmoor and Whitten Memorial Baptist Churches, Colonial Baptist Church, and Ridgeway Baptist Church, where he was honored as Pastor Emeritus. Jack May was an admirable pastor who devoted his life to serving the Lord. Because of his fifty plus years of serving local churches and other pastors with wisdom and grace, he was loved by many. The Jack May Mission offering honors his faithful service in the city.

Your Jack May Offering will also touch and personally bless many lives. Please consider a variety of creative ways for your church to participate in local missions during the month of June. Some may choose to serve at the Send Relief Memphis Ministry Center as a volunteer, others may choose to give and serve. The offerings you collect during Vacation Bible School and donate to the Send Relief Ministry Center will assist families with needs and minister to hurting children. The Send Relief Memphis Ministry Center team offers caring, personal support to many in the communities of Memphis. When you pray, volunteer, and give, you help families in Memphis address critical needs and provide an opportunity for them to hear the gospel. This video highlights some of the ongoing ministry. ttps://youtu.be/CbO02Bna6KU

Please prayerfully consider a special offering or designate your VBS mission moment offerings to support Jack May local missions. To receive additional information about the Send Relief Memphis Ministry Center that you can use to share with your congregation, please contact Mary Abram at mabram@sendrelief.net.


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