Community and Pastoral Internship

This summer, Emmanuel Baptist Fellowship will offer an eight-week community and pastoral internship from June 1-August 1 with an orientation session at Garner-Webb University on May 17-20.

This internship will offer the opportunity to work in a missional congregation who is forming and developing community partners in order to make an impact in the high needs and high poverty neighborhoods. This internship will develop and implement EBF’s first ever Vacation Bible School as well as participate in EBF’s feeding program, Emmanuel’s Table. This internship will provide the opportunity to see how a small congregation is able to live into its call to be the hands and feet of Jesus in Lexington, SC.

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Emmanuel’s Table + Missions


As we have reflected on what Emmanuel’s Table will look like in 2015, we made an importance decision. We wanted Emmanuel’s Table to be combined with our missions work so that we can have more time to develop deeper relationships with our neighbors in need.

This Saturday, we put this new vision into place as we joined with Fair Bluff Baptist Church’s youth group. We had two groups working: one at Leaphart Place and one at Park North Apartments. The team at Leaphart Place were helping to repaint the interior of a couple of the apartments. The team at Park North Apartments were offering a morning of crafts and games for the residents of Park North Apartments. What a wonderful way to serve our neighbors in need through service!

Our Emmanuel’s Table sponsors stepped up in a big way so that we were able to not only offer one meal, but two!! We were able to offer a snack breakfast and lunch at both locations!

Even when our work and programs are good, rethinking and reimagining them can help to deepen relationships and strengthen the work we do. As we continue to stand in awe of the way our partners are working to invest in our community and partner with us, we are grateful that we can be the hands and feet of Jesus as we minister to our neighbors in need.