Missions Overview

Bethel's missions department creates, mobilizes, and provides leadership to individuals and community outreach teams that are engaged in local or international community services and other acts of kindness. It also creates opportunity to the local church’s members to serve in the community. 

The ultimate goal is to impact communities with the life-transforming Gospel of Jesus Christ and to glorify God through acts of love and kindness; thereby making as many disciples for Christ as we possibly can in our generation.

 
 
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Nursing Home Ministry

Our Nursing Home Ministry visits area nursing homes to share the love of Jesus with residents.  During these visits, the team sings with the elderly and disabled, share a scripture or two and then prays for them.  On special occasions such as Mother’s, Father’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas, the team also carries small gifts for the residents. Contact: Mary Edwards (301) 445-0767

 
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Homeless Ministry

The homeless ministry serves the homeless by visiting, serving meals, and helping out at the area shelters. The team also provides personal care items to the homeless, and carry out special events at shelters.  The team members demonstrate the love of Christ to homeless by praying with them, and the sharing of the gospel. Contact: Marlene Pierre (301)233-8777; email: magnola329@yahoo.com

 
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Global Evangelism Ministry

The team facilitates the evangelism efforts in the church. Through evangelism and training the team shares and encourages others to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with people in the community, workplace, family, and neighborhood. Street Evangelism, relational and group evangelism, tracts distribution are the main methods the team uses to share their faith with others and fulfill the Great Commission.

 
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Prison Ministry

Our prison ministry team provides opportunities for ministry in local prisons and detention centers. The team is geared toward serving those incarcerated by: visiting them, sharing of the gospel, and providing services to their families and loved ones when necessary. The team members demonstrate the love of Christ to the family unit by services which strengthen the families in prayer, and court support. Colin J. Frazer, Jr. (707)207-1938; email: wolfrp55@aol.com

 

Prison Ministry

Our prison ministry team provides opportunities for ministry in local prisons and detention centers. The team is geared toward serving those incarcerated by: visiting them, sharing of the gospel, and providing services to their families and loved ones when necessary. The team members demonstrate the love of Christ to the family unit by services which strengthen the families in prayer, and court support. Colin J. Frazer, Jr. (707)207-1938; email: wolfrp55@aol.com

 
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Medical Missions

Our medical missions team provides healthcare services, education, and the saving love of Jesus Christ to under-served and developing communities throughout Africa, the Caribbean, Central & South America, the USA and to the utter most parts of the world. Bethel Local health Initiative Team is the Medical Missions branch that organizes the local church medical outreach programs. Contact: Yvonne Brooks-Little (240) 353-5865; email: ybrookslittle@gmail.com

 
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Caribbean Missions Fellowship Team

Caribbean Missions Fellowship Team (CMF) reaches out to the local and the international Caribbean community and friends of the Caribbean. The purpose is to draw people to Christ through various programs such as evangelizing to the French, English, Spanish, and Dutch Caribbean communities, Fellowshipping, worship service, networking with other churches and organizations, and also serving people through different humanitarian aid programs. Contact: Robert and Ann Stewart (301)598-3928; email: ansunr@yahoo.com

 

USA Missions Fellowship

USA Missions Fellowship creates fellowship opportunities for Americans of Bethel World Outreach Church as well as interested others regardless of church affiliation. The members tell their story as Americans by sharing and celebrating their varied cultural differences formed from all across America, and experiences that make them unique people. The Fellowship also serves as an outreach platform to introduce other Native born Americans to the Kingdom of God through our Lord Jesus Christ. Contact Paula Khalea Queen (240)479-5877; email:pkqueen@bwomi.org