The resurrected Lord declared, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Me.  Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.  And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”  (Matthew 28:18-20)  

Hamilton Baptist Church understands that we do not simply exist for ourselves but for the glory of King Jesus and the gain of those who will bow their knee to Him as their Lord.  Therefore, we boldly proclaim the gospel and cheerfully sacrifice so that our LOCAL, NATIONAL and GLOBAL partners may do the same. 

local partners

  • matt diener, LOUDOUN COUNTY FCA

    Matt Diener is area director of Loudoun County Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Its vision is to see the world impacted for Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes through camps, clinics, community events and student-led Bible studies.

    Newsletter:   click here                           Website:  loudounfca.org

  • Brother AYMAN & sister MARY

    Brother Ayman was born and raised in Bethlehem in the Holy Land.  Before immigrating to the U.S., he served the Arab community for 13 years in the Middle East.  Since his arrival in Northern Virginia, Brother Ayman continues to serve the Arab community by establishing and leading Hope Community Center.  Ayman’s wife, Mary, who grew up in the United States, serves alongside him by caring for the needs of women at Hope Community Center.

                                                                        Website:  hopecommunitycenter.org

  • joshua's hands

    Joshua's Hands, located in Waterford, was established in memory of Joshua Guthrie, who dedicated his life to Christ and his hands to service.  It has a five-fold ministry – Fall Festival, American Heritage Education, community service, teen safe driving and scholarships. 

    Newsletter:  click here                              Website: joshuashands.org

  • ministry to muslims

    We support local ministries reaching out to former Muslims who now follow Jesus Christ.  These ministries are based in the greater metro D.C. area.  Unfortunately, due to recent security risks, we have removed references to our specific partnerships.

  • mosaic virginia

    Mosaic Virginia in Lansdowne helps people make informed decisions about  sanctity of life, faith in Jesus Christ and sexual integrity.  Its free services include exams by registered nurses, counseling, classes, pregnancy tests and ultrasounds.

    Newsletter: click here                      Website: mosaic-virginia.org

  • tree of life ministries

    Tree of Life Ministries (TOL) is a ministry of several churches in Loudoun County.  TOL centers  offer food, life skills education, shelter and healthcare to needy residents.  Free community dinners are offered each week.
    Newsletter:  click here                      Website:  tolministries.org

  • trinity church of loudoun

    Trinity Church is a church plant in eastern Loudoun County.   Pastors Matt Felton and David Chung are following the command of Christ to make disciples by establishing a new church to reach the lost and unchurched with the gospel.

    Newsletter:  click here                                     Website:  trinityloudoun.org.

national partners

  • cheyenne river missions

    Cheyenne River Missions serve the Lakota Sioux Native Americans in  South Dakota.  They present the Gospel through the Native American Women’s Conference, the Thanksgiving Mission Service at First Baptist Church of Eagle Butte and a Summer Youth Discipleship Camp. Teams serve the community throughout the year.   

    Newsletter: click here

  • windswept academy

    Windswept Academy in Eagle Butte, SD, is a private, non-denominational Christian school.  It is dedicated to providing students from the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation with a quality education in a Biblically-directed learning environment. 
    Newsletter:  click here                         Website: windsweptacademy.org

  • Michelle Milburn   World impact, inc.

    Michelle Milburn has been a missionary with World Impact since 1999.  She is the executive director of The Oaks Camp and Conference Center in California.
    Newsletter:  click here                       Website:  worldimpact.org

global partners

  • PAUL & ANNA ADIN, ghana

    In 2016, Paul and Anna Adin moved to Nsawam, Ghana, to plant a Bible-believing church in that primarily Muslim city of nearly 40,000 people.  Today, Hope Community Baptist Church meets weekly for worship and prayer services.  It also has an active children's ministry and is reaching out to the community through several successful outreach and mercy ministries.

  • Sensitive Nations

    Hamilton Baptist Church also actively partners with missionary work among unreached people groups in closed and restricted countries.

  • Smyrna Ministries International

    Smyrna Ministries is dedicated to praying for and financially supporting persecuted Christians in Islamic regions.  Their mission is to  challenge the Body of Christ to respond to the plight of the Persecuted Church and the global advance of Islam. 
    Newsletterclick here                         Website:  smyrnaministries.org


    missionary gospel fellowship

    Dave and Debbie began outreach to an impoverished neighborhood in Tijuana, Mexico, in 2001.  Their ministry centers on a community of Mixteco Indians who migrated from southern Mexico looking for work and a better life.

    Newsletter: click here                       Website: mgfhq.org


    West African Mercy Ministries (WAMM) extends compassion to the widows and orphans of Ghana.  It also works to raise up leaders to plant local "mercy centers" (i.e., New Testament churches) to meet the needs of their communities. 

    Newsletter: click here                        Website:  wammghana.org

  • Rick & Anji Zook

    ethnos 360

    Rick and Anji have been helping the Mouk local church to reach the Lusi people in Papua New Guinea since 2006.   

    Newsletter: click here                         Website: ethnos360.org