The CGCS often receives requests for Southeastern students and alumni to serve on the mission field or the local community through missions, church planting, service, and/or evangelism. View some of these current ministry opportunities below!

Current Opportunities

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Are you interested in gaining experience in church planting and pastoral ministry? There is a church planting residency opportunity In Akron, Ohio with The Chapel. The following is a message and description from Deering Dyer, Director of New Campus Development:

The Chapel in Akron, Ohio has undertaken a capital campaign which raised nearly $4 million dollars to plant churches in northeast Ohio. We have named this church planting effort The Saturate Movement and our vision is to plant 10 churches in 10 years in the greater Akron area. To that end we are in a position to hire men who are gifted in church planting and pastoral ministry. I would love to talk to any of your graduates or recent alumni, who have a heart for church planting and making disciples, about our Saturate Movement Church Planting Residency.

For more information, click here. You can also email Deering Dyer at

Featured image from The Saturate Movement.

Starting next spring, the IMB is looking for students who are available and willing to go to Europe to be a part of their Hands On program. This program provides semester-long opportunities for students to serve Christ with a missionary mentor. Students will have the opportunity to help people in spiritual and physical need, learn from experienced international missionaries, explore and investigate future service overseas, learn to boldly and sensitively share Christ with the lost, and experience the joys and challenges of serving in another culture. There are opportunities available in Poland, Czech Republic, Eastern Ukraine, and more!

To find out more about all of the opportunities, click the button below to view a document with details on all the different locations available!


If any of these opportunities interest you and you would like to apply to be a part of the Hands On program at one of these locations, click the link below and find the corresponding location/dates to apply!


Message from Macy (SEBTS Grad. 2016; currently serving as a Journeyman):

I’m serving as a Journeymen in Dakar, Senegal and I wanted to let y’all know about a Hands On request that we have on the books for the Spring of 2019. We’re looking for at least two Hands On students (guys for girls) to come and teach ESL at a center that we have here in the city. They would pretty much be working alongside of myself and my Journeyman partner. Even though we are working in a predominantly Muslim context we are able to openly share the gospel here, so in our classes we use both a curriculum and Bible stories to teach English. Through our work at the center, we’re able to gain access to the community and build relationships with students.

If anyone is interested but wants to talk to me to get more information, feel free to send me an email at There is a link to the job request below; it doesn’t give a lot of information, so like I said I would be happy to talk more with whoever is interested! Thank you so much!


KidzJam is an after-school program that provides a safe space for kids to have fun and learn about God. They play games, make crafts, share a snack and an interactive bible story. Their desire is for every child to leave feeling seen after spending an afternoon at KidzJam.

The program meets on Tuesdays from 3:30-5:30 PM @ Casa De Luna (primarily hispanic community) and Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30 PM @ Raleigh Millbank Apartments. They specifically need students who are able to commit to serving every week or every other week - that way, they are ensuring a consistent presence in the communities.

Here is the link to the KidzJam website with more information on how to sign up to volunteer!

If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to Rachel over email at


Many American neighborhoods have fallen into years of decay. Houses have been abandoned, jobs are gone, and those left behind are often filled with disillusionment and a feeling of no hope.

We believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the hope of the world. We don’t want to just serve the poor, we want to make disciples of the poor. There’s a difference. As we seek to build healthy churches among the urban poor, we invite our partners to join us in the work.


The average life expectancy in our neighbor is 65. That’s 14 years below the U.S. average and 19 years below the city’s wealthiest neighborhoods. 93.5% of children less than 18 year olds live in single-parent homes. 85% of children in come from low income families, only half will graduate high school. 60% of adults are unemployed and the median income is a mere $15,950.


The greatest poverty we face is not the poverty food or cash, but a poverty of the Word. We believe that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the one hope that can fully address the problem and change communities. We believe that building heathy, Gospel-centered churches in the nations poorest communities is the best strategy of promoting and creating real change.


ONE HOPE is an urban missions ministry based out of The Garden Church in Baltimore, MD. While we’re currently on the ground in west Baltimore, ONE HOPE’s visions is broader than simply our church and neighborhood. We hope to plant and revitalize churches in the poorest urban communities.

As part of our work this summer, we are looking for two short-term missionaries. Missionaries will live in the community and be immersed in Gospel-centered, urban church ministry.

To learn more and apply, contact  Also visit



Practicum in North American Missions (MIS3991/6991RDU) Required Training Conference: 

This intensive training will equip participants with the Biblical principles that are foundational to the "core missionary task" and the Four Fields of Kingdom Growth paradigm. In addition to course registration at SEBTS, you will need to register with the link below for the 4 Day training that will be held on August 18 - 21 (4-8pm on Sunday and 9-5 Monday - Wednesday) at Providence Baptist Church in Raleigh, NC. The training involves instruction, guided Bible discovery & practice in an interactive learning community in partnership with the "No Place Left" Network. There will be harvest field opportunities on Monday and Tuesday evening following the training. Each participant/team will leave with a clear vision & plan for reaching their area. The training fee is $30, which is in addition to your course tuition fees for SEBTS credit. The course will carry on following this training through Fall semester with course assignments and coaching.

If you have any questions, please email Dr. Robinson:

Register Here!

SEBTS Gospel Conversations Training with Harvest Outreach: 
April 27 (1-5pm)

9 out of 10 Christians struggle to share Jesus with those far from God? Do you? If so join us as we identify and address some of the most common barriers that keep us from regularly sharing our faith. This will be an abbreviated training withe the "3 Circles Gospel Conversation Tool" and will equip attendees to engage those far from God in this community by going out with a partner. Attendees will grow more competent and confident to start and transition conversations, share their story, and share God’s story. This training prioritizes reaching those that the attendees already know who are far from  but also trains them to engage new people and communities.The training will begin at 1pm sharp in the basement of Appleby Hall. This is a perfect opportunity for students to fulfill part of your course evangelism requirements.

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