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Mission Service Corps (MSC)

Mission Service Corps is a pathway for adults to serve as missionaries in an assigned ministry that supports evangelism and church planting efforts of the North American Mission Board (NAMB).

MSC was approved in 1977 by the Southern Baptist Convention as part of a concerted, intentional strategy to reach North America for Christ.

The placement of MSC missionaries is coordinated through the Missionary Mobilization team of NAMB.

Missionaries are self-funded. Some are funded through financial support from ministry partners. Other MSC missionaries are Tentmakers serving bi-vocationally and supporting themselves through market place employment. Still others are supported through individual retirement income.

Listed below are some possible service opportunities:

  • Adult Worker
  • Senior Adult worker
  • Music
  • Office Support
  • Camp
  • Chaplaincy
  • Prison Ministry
  • Recreation Ministry
  • Community Ministry
  • Construction
  • BSU/student
  • Teacher
  • VIM Consultant
  • Internationals
  • Language Worker
  • WMU
  • Youth worker
  • Medical/Healthcare
  • Minister of missions
  • Education
  • Evangelism/Outreach
  • VIM Coordinator
  • Pastor
  • Prayer Coordinator
  • Literacy
  • Church starter
  • Church strengthener

See more Mississippi Mission Service Corps Mission Opportunities

State Co-coordinators in Mississippi for MSC

Thomas and June Nolen

Mississippi MSC Area Mission Mobilizers

Area 1 Sylvia Hadiger
Glenda Abernathy
Area 2 Mattie Ray
Winston Ross
Area 3 Randy & Amanda Dees
Area 4 Mary Ingram
Area 5 Gerald & Alice Johnson
Mary Callahan
Jerry Mowdy
Area 6 Juanita West
Area 7 Betty Newsom
Area 8 Pat Sullivan
Florence Keenum
Area 9