Donate & Standing Orders



Particular Baptist Press is a non-profit Christian publishing ministry that relys on contributions and sponsorships in addition to book sales to preserve and publish Baptist history.  

Here are a few of the ways that you can help:

1.  Sponsor the printing of a publication. 

2.  Make a donation to the Press.

3.  Sign up for a Standing Order


Sponsoring a Publication:

For more information about the sponsorship of the printing of one of our works or the reprinting of a volume that is currently out of print, please contact us at 417-883-0342. This is a way a local church or individual may leave a valuable legacy for both the present and future generations.

Works in the planning stages:

1.  Biography of Stephen Gano

2.  British Particular Baptists, Volume 6

3.  Gedenkschrift in memory of Terry Wolever

4.  Works of Abraham Booth, Volume 2 and 3

5.  Minutes of the Warren Baptist Association

6.  Minutes of the New York Baptist Association

7.  Children's stories by Gary W. Long

8.  Poems by Gary W. Long

9.  Others - some commentaries, etc.


Works out of print waiting for sponsorship to reprint:

1.  An Exposition of Romans, by John Gill

2.  An Exposition of Galatians, by James A. Haldane

3.  Annual Register of Indian Affairs, by Isaac McCoy

4.  Minutes of the Philadelphia Baptist Association

5.  An Exposition of 1 John, by Samuel Eyles Pierce


Donations to the Press:

Want to make a Donation to the Press?

Want to honor someone with a Memorial or Honorarium donation? 

Want to leave a Legacy by including a bequest to Particular Baptist Press in your will or trust? 

Please contact us either by phone, email or mail.


Phone:  417-883-0342



Particular Baptist Press

2766 W. Farm Road 178

Springfield, MO  65810


Standing Orders:

Click on this link for more information about Standing Orders


Thank you for standing with us in this ministry!


Particular Baptist Press is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Your contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by U.S. law.