Block Party & Obstacle Course Trailer

HMBA has a Block Party & Obstacle Course Trailer that may be rented by association churches for $125/day of  use. To rent the trailer, please fill out the online form or mail/email the PDF copy to the HMBA office. The trailer has an obstacle course, bounce house, popcorn machine, snow cone machine, pa system, 9 portable holes of disk golf with disks, 2 corn hole sets, 2 washers sets, 2 ring toss sets, 2 heavy-duty hand trucks, and supplies/cords except for ice. 

Obstacle Course Info: 

  • SIZE: Inflated Dimension of 40L x 12W x 16H
  • CAPACITY: Recommended maximum occupancy of 6
  • RECOMMENDED AGE: 3 years +

Click here for an online rental form. Payment is built into the form.

Click here for a PDF copy of the Block Party & Obstacle Course Trailer Policy and Guidelines. For the PDF form you can mail a check or pay here online.

Check the calendar below to see what dates are already booked.


Established in 1939, Camp Cedar Crest has continued with the vision to provide a peaceful setting where individuals and groups alike can retreat from the daily rush of life, revive their spirits, and renew their faith as they spend time away with God.

Camp Board is comprised of elected members from HMBA and is responsible for Camp Grounds/Facilities. 

For information on camps, contact Nancy Loyd at

Alternate Phone 573-567-0022

For more information, visit

Disaster Relief

HMBA has a team of volunteers that trained up and sent out when a disaster happens in our state or nation.  Along with our awesome volunteers, we also have a mud out/chainsaw trailer that is fully stocked and ready to go with our team when they are called out.

For more information on this ministry and how you can get involved please click the link MODR or contact David Reid at 573-592-9932.

Click here to donate to the Disaster Relief Team. Select Disaster Relief from the fund list.

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Women's missionary union

WMU’s unwavering focus is making disciples of Jesus who live on mission. WMU seeks to come alongside the church to accomplish the mission of God. God issued the mandate for us to be involved in missions through the Great Commission. Our desire is to see all ages energized and motivated and equipped for missions.

We carry out this mission by

Partnership Ministries

Resound Network

The Resound Network exists to catalyze a movement of revitalized and replanted churches resounding for the glory of God and the good of their communities.

We pursue this by partnering together to engage churches in a process and equip leaders for the work of revitalization and replanting.


1. Mobilize a network of teams equipped to come alongside churches through a proactive process to discover and pursue God’s plan for their futures.

2. Discover, develop, and deploy revitalization and replanting pastors through a leadership pipeline that engages potential leaders throughout Missouri Baptist life.

Send Missouri

The vision for Send Missouri is to see a healthy, multiplying church in every community across our state. Through developing strategic partnership with churches and local associations, we desire to plant churches everywhere for everyone. The North American Mission Board does not plant churches. Churches plant churches. Therefore, we aim to come alongside of existing churches as a strategic partner.

Our Pathway

Assessment - Helps to gauge readiness for church planting

Orientation - New planters connect at a 3 day event at the Send Network training center.

Training - Develops practical skills to launch and grow a church plant.

Coaching - Provides focused wisdom related to the church planting journey.

Care - Planters experience compassionate support and encouragement for themselves and their families.