At Bellevue, we offer a variety of ways for you to get involved in service opportunities within our church, throughout our city, and around the world.
Engaging in the Missionary Task is an individual call every believer must answer. Check out our upcoming short-term, mid-term, and long-term missions projects planned for 2022. We encourage you to consider how God can use you to be a catalyst for spiritual awakening in Memphis and beyond.
For more information, email email@example.com or call (901) 347-5540.
2022 missions projects are subject to change.
The best way we can seek to be a catalyst for spiritual awakening in Memphis and beyond is by starting to serve right here in our city!
With partnerships all around the world, Bellevue has limitless opportunities for you to Serve the nations.
The Missionary Task is a tool used by the International Mission Board (IMB) to describe the work of the missionary. They have identified six components of this work: Entry, Evangelism, Discipleship, Healthy Church Formation, Leadership Training, and strategically planned Exit to Partnership.
When we think of missions at Bellevue, we tend to think of short-term missions projects or Bellevue Loves Memphis Workdays. These are essential parts of our strategy to fulfill the Great Commission, and we have seen lives changed and souls saved through these efforts. But, this is only the beginning.
In 2021, we are turning our attention to a crucial question: What would it look like for you to be completely committed to the mission of God?
Bellevue has adoopted the term Missionary Task to help our members view their lives through the lens of the Great Commission.
Watch this video to learn more!
Like most churches, Bellevue Baptist Church faced unique challenges in 2020. While some international missions were canceled and other projects had to adapt, God worked in amazing ways in spite of all the chaos in the world. Listen as Missions Pastor Ben Taylor shares all of the incredible ways God delivered in stressful times.
Watch this video and hear more from our Missions Pastor, Ben Taylor!