Back Bay Mission turns 100!

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* Back Bay Mission represented at the 2022 Heartland Conference Annual Meeting *

This month, Back Bay Mission was proud to be present and represented at the 2022 Heartland Conference Annual Meeting in Ohio! Laura Payne-Breeland, our Director of Development, flew up to Ohio to team-up with longtime long-term volunteer Rev. Jeanette Tangeman.

The two tabled a booth together and shared about Back Bay Mission’s 100 year history of “Making’ Good Trouble” alongside ways to support, volunteer and give so we can continue helping those in the most need for another 100 years. Pictured is Rev. Jeanette Tangeman as she works the Back Bay Mission booth and as she speaks about the history of Back Bay Mission, our connection to the UCC, mission trips/how to volunteer and the Capital Campaign. 

Thank you to everyone that attended, stopped by the booth and learned about Back Bay Mission, some of our 100 year history/connection to the UCC and how we work to strengthen neighborhoods, seek justice and transform lives on the Mississippi Gulf Coast!

* Shrimp Boil a Success! *

Pleasant Hill Community Church hosted its 6th annual Shrimp Boil on July 23 to benefit Back Bay Mission and welcomed BBM Executive Director, Rev. James Pennington, as program presenter. CLICK HERE to read the rest of the story.

* Makin’ Good Trouble logo wear is now available! *

* Crawfish Boil with Fly Llama Brewing *

This past Saturday (4/23/22), Fly Llama Brewing, in downtown Biloxi, held a crawfish boil with ALL proceeds going directly to Back Bay Mission! We wanted to thank everyone at Fly Llama Brewing for being wonderful hosts with lots of awesome beer, a live band and plenty of crawfish!

* 100 Year Capital Campaign Launch Breakfast! *

On Tuesday, April 12, 2022 at One Thirty One Lameuse in downtown Biloxi, Back Bay Mission officially launched our 100 Year Capital Campaign! Please take a few minutes to watch some of the highlights including words from ward 2 city councilman & long-time Back Bay Mission supporter Felix Gives, Back Bay Mission executive director Rev. James Pennington, construction manager Craig Steenkamp, director of client services Kenney Washington & more! We are so proud of our 100 years of “Making good trouble on the Mississippi Gulf Coast” and look forward to our next 100!

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