Chipola Family Ministries

Chipola Family Ministries is a ministry arm of the Chipola Baptist Association with its goal to help families and individuals in need. Some of its primary ministries are listed below.

Christian Counseling Center

The counseling center help individuals who are in need of Christian counseling. This ministry is staffed with trained, licensed counselors who are Christians. This service is provided on a sliding fee scale.

Stopover House

The Stopover House is a Christian ministry designed to help abused women and women with children. They services they provide are shelter, food, clothing and basic needs following a time of abuse and hardship. Women and women with children can stay at the Stopover House for 14 days.

Disaster Relief Warehouse

The Florida Baptist Disaster Relief feeding unit is equipped to provide 25,000 meals each day for people following a disaster. This ministry partners with Red Cross to assist people during disasters.

How We Can Help!

Food Ministry

This ministry includes providing food and clothing for families in need. This is done through donations and sales at the quarter store where clothing and retail items are sold at a very low cost. This money is then used to buy food for needy individuals and families.

How You Can Help!

Please send donations to Chipola Family Ministries, 3004 Hwy 71 North, Marianna, FL 32446. Telephone Number: (850) 482-6407, Executive Director Coba Beasley, Director Fred Cook

Together We've Helped!

2018 Totals:

  • Over 23,000 clients served.

  • Over 8,000 households served

  • 17 people accepted Jesus as their personal Savior & Lord

  • Over 410,000 lbs of food distributed.

  • Over 28,000 hours of service from faithful volunteers.

Hurricane Michael Update:

  • For December, we will be providing Christmas gifts for those in need.

  • We are providing food and clothing for those impacted by Hurricane Michael.

  • We have provided 23,000 tarps for homes and businesses with roof damage.

  • We provided 17,000 cases of water and 11,000 cases of MREs following the Hurricane.