Within the Community of the
Hamilton County Baptist Association
From Whence the Name?
HaCoBA is an acronym taken from
Hamilton County Baptist Association.
The word CARE is attached and reflects attentive
assistance and/or treatment to those in need.
Ministries signifies attention to the wants and needs
of others and represents a multiplicity of services.
Hence the name HaCoBACare Ministries
The HaCoBACare Ministries Logo
is designed for definitive recognition
The fish symbol has been used to identify with the Christian
faith since the First Century A.D.
The small cross infers the only way to spiritual peace and
eternal security is through Jesus Christ.
“Sustenance for Body and Soul” relates to the physical
needs of the temporal body and the spiritual needs of the
canned fruit dried milk
Job Placement including
• Toys School
• Outer Clothing
Christmas bags for and Shoes
• Household Items
• Christian Witness
• Other ministries are anticipated for the
From inception in year 2000 through
September 2005 HaCoBACare Ministries
*Given food to 47,331 people
*Led 2,217 to a saving knowledge of
*Guided 873 to rededicate their
life to Jesus
But let the righteous be glad,
let them rejoice before God;
yea, let them exceedingly rejoice.
- Psalm 68:13
• Solicitation is confined to the Hamilton County
• Free will gifts are accepted from sources outside of the
• Limited annual support is received from the
Evangelism/Missions Strategies Group of the
Tennessee Baptist Convention.
• Monies received are tended by the Administrator of
the Hamilton County Baptist Association, including
receipts, disbursements and financial reports.
Who Does the Work?
Who Does the Work?
• There are NO Paid Workers!
• Over 100 Volunteers are on call
Tuesday through Friday from 20 area
For we are His workmanship, created in
Christ Jesus unto good works which
hath before ordained that we should
walk in them.
Consideration is Akin to Inspiration
And Consider one another
and Provoke unto Love and Good
stir to action that God be glorified
and the Gospel
But . . .
Recognition is Akin to Encouragement
Recognition is an expression
of gratitude and appreciation
HCBA CHURCHES ARE
ENCOURAGED TO OBSERVE
• The first Sunday after the first day of spring as:
HaCoBACare Ministries Day
• And on that day the activities of the ministry,
including results, be acknowledged.
• And that the day also be used to give inclusive
recognition of ALL volunteers, regardless of
where they serve, who give of their talents and
time in the service of our Lord administering to
the various needs of mankind.
Note: the term volunteers does not include church elected positions and