Jesus said that we would be His disciples in Jerusalem, Judea, and the uttermost parts of the world. Therefore, we emphasize local missions in our neighborhood, as well as, world missions. Members of Wyatt reach out to our community through many ministries.


The Salvation Army Soup Kitchen

Each month members of Wyatt Baptist Church prepare and serve a meal at the Salvation Army. Additionally, free bags of hygiene and toiletry items are prepared and distributed. Volunteers are invited to help with the purchase, preparation, and serving of meals and toiletry bags. Click HERE for more information.


Matthew 5:16, "Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your father who is in heaven."  Mentoring in the public school is one way for Wyatt to shine brightly in our community.  Each mentor is assigned a student(s) to meet with for one hour per week  during school hours.  Mentors are able to share God's love by establishing a relationship of trust and support as they live life with their youngster.  Mentors supply guidance as consistent, competent, caring adults outside the youngster's family.  Wyatt mentors are missionaries to the schools, sharing truths about Christ with children who may never enter the doors of our church. For more information click HERE.

International Student Hosting

Families at Wyatt host international students from Southern Arkansas University during Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Spring Break through the Friendship Family Program. Volunteers may host a student in their home or help provide group activities for students. It’s a great way to reach the nations from our own backyard! For more information, click HERE.

Hannah Pregnancy Resource

Hannah Pregnancy Resource Centers of South Arkansas communicate Christ’s love by providing life-affirming services to women facing pregnancy decisions. The resources centers uphold biblical standards for sexual integrity. Volunteers from Wyatt may help with office tasks. For more information click HERE.


An exciting Foster Care Church Initiative has rapidly emerged as churches are joining together with an unprecedented level of support from the top levels of leadership of the Arkansas DHHS’ Division of Children and Family Services. This Christian non-profit is named The C.A.L.L. -- Children of Arkansas Loved for a Lifetime – To find out how you can foster a child or help someone prepare for fostering, click HERE.

Timberlane Health and Rehab Worship Service

Members of Wyatt provide a monthly worship service for residents of Timberlane Health & Rehab that includes singing, preaching, and fellowship. Volunteers are encouraged to attend services, give personal attention to residents, and help with singing. For more information, click HERE.