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Local Outreach


Liz Alcock is our Parish Nurse. She uses her gifts to minister to the health to our congregation by providing information in keeping people spiritually and physically healthy. Liz oversees our Health Care Committee & the free blood pressure checks which take place the last Sunday of each month in the vestibule, monthly Cancer Support group meetings as well as coordinates yearly CPR classes, Mobile Mammography units, Blood Mobiles, etc.
Clifford’s Health Care Committee is made up of our Parish Nurse, professional health care members and lay people. Their duties are, but not limited to:
  • Planning and assisting with the implementation of the church’s health ministry
  • Assisting in congregational health surveys as needed to determine the greatest health need
  • Strives to develop and implement preventive and health promotional activities
  • Assist in presenting educational presentations
Clifford’s Health Care Committee Members: Liz Alcock and Anna Ware (co-chair), Adria Meador, Barbara Arrington, Carla Wagner, Juanita Farlow, Rose Mabrey, Rosie Lewis, Vivian Williams
Please visit the Parish Nurse Bulletin Board located in the hallway near the elevator for the latest health information & tips from Liz.
Liz Alcock invites you to contact her if you have any questions:
531 Higginbotham Creek Road, Amherst, VA 24521


An ASL Interpreter is available for in-person services on Sunday mornings and may be scheduled in advance for other planned events/programs. Additionally, assistive listening devices are available upon request in the vestibule. Please see an Usher or Visitor Table Greeter for assistance.

Support Groups

At Clifford, we believe that life changes happen when we gather together on Sunday mornings and throughout the week. We have launched some specific groups that speak to the needs of our congregation such as Divorce Care, Alcoholics Anonymous, Cancer Support Groups, and more!

Domestic & International Missions Trips

It has become increasingly clear to CBC leadership that mission efforts, whether domestic or international are a primary thread in God’s weaving of the Clifford Baptist Church garment. All missions are equally important, whether long term, short term, overseas, in another state or locally. The only question that’s important is “are you serving where the Lord has called you?” If you are; then you are just as faithful to the Lord if you serve locally as if you serve internationally. Surrender to missions is a question of obedience; not location or distance.

People from Clifford have ministered in the following places:


Angola, Argentina, Brazil,Chad,Chile,Dominican Republic,Egypt, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala,Haiti, India, Ireland,Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, Rumania, Russia, Slovakia,South Africa,Switzerland,Tanzania,Thailand,Turkey,Yemen,Zambia


Gulf Coast, Kairos Prison Ministry Impact Virginia, Mountain Mission School, Cherokee, North Carolina, Charlotte, South Carolina, Standing Rock, N.Dakota, Backpack Ministry, Good News Club,Samaritans Purse, Meals on Wheels


The Lord is touching the world from Clifford and we want to keep doing it as long and in as many places as the Lord will take us.

Previous Mission Trips

Upcoming Mission Trips

Want to go on a Mission Trip?

Spiritual requirement: All team members must be a born again believer in the Christian faith.
Gender: Both men and women are welcome
Age: 18 and up generally. Under age people may come if accompanied by a parent or guardian
Other Qualifications: You will be required to fill an application from which the team will be selected. Some trips have particular needs and/or restrictions based on where in the world we are going. Another link on this webpage will direct you to the Trip Application.
Note: Disaster Relief:
Please check with Adam and/or Tracy about the specifics of participation such as age, training, etc. It could be quite different than for a mission trip.