Local, State, National, and International Missions

Malvern Hill Baptist Church is engaged in a variety of local, state, national, and international mission endeavors. From our annual Scotland trip to our family mission trip to our community events like Vacation Bible School and our Fall Festival, we desire to seek to change our world through preaching and living out the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

  • Women's Missionary Union (WMU): multiple ongoing projects throughout the year including prisoner packets and ministry health kits
  • Nursing Home Ministry: ministry to residents of our local nursing homes
  • Sacks of Love: provides weekend meals to local students in need
  • Senior Mission Trip to Lynch, KY
  • Family Mission Trip to Clarkston, GA
  • International Mission Trip to Edinburgh, Scotland

There are also members of our congregation involved in prison ministries, Gideon ministries, construction ministries through the Kershaw Baptist Association, and more.  

For more information on how to get involved in the mission activities of Malvern Hill, contact Adam Whiteside, our Pastor of Students and Missions.

Latvia missions

The Tolbert family has answered the call to "GO" and serve as missionaries to Latvia through the International Mission Board. You can follow their journey by subscribing to their blog thetolbertfamily.com and you can communicate with them via email at prayer@thetolbertfamily.com.

Malvern Hill joyfully supports this family as their sending church. Please join us in supporting them with your prayers and check back here frequently for updates on other tangible ways you can support them.

We are also exploring ways to create an international missions partnership with the Tolberts in Latvia, with a view to send mission teams to do mission work along side them. As this partnership develops we will provide further details.

Tolbert commissioning Service


Scotland Missions

Each year, Malvern Hill partners with The Heralds Trust for mission work in Edinburgh, Scotland. Scotland is a country that has lost its Christian roots. With less than 1% evangelical Christian and 55% atheist/non-religious, the mission need is great. If you would like to know more about participating, please contact our Missions Pastor, Adam Whiteside.

scotland 2018 highlight video