Ways you can Serve Out:
BIBLES FOR CHINA
Bibles For China Thrift Center is one of many stores in the U.S. operating under The Bibles for Missions Ministry. The Memphis store opened in 2001 and in 2014 Bellevue began a partnership with the store. Operating as a non-profit organization, Bibles for China is able to focus their profits on furthering the kingdom of God. You can serve out with Bibles for China through shopping, donating items, or volunteering at the store.
In 2007, Pastor Steve Gaines led our church to begin the Bellevue Loves Memphis Ministry to show Jesus’ love to our city by meeting the practical needs of residents. Since that time, Bellevue members have intentionally stepped outside the walls of the church and embraced Bellevue Loves Memphis as a way of life. One of these outlets is BLM Workdays. This is a day where members of Bellevue go out into our city to share the love of Christ through partnering with schools, ministries, first responders, and communities.
CHRISTIAN MOBILE DENTAL CLINIC
The idea for the Christian Mobile Dental Clinic began as part of our Bellevue Loves Memphis program. The Christian Mobile Dental Clinic works in cooperation with local churches and organizations. If you are in need of dental care, please contact your local church or non-profit organization. Due to high demand, we ask that you do not contact Bellevue’s Christian Mobile Dental Clinic directly.
In 2019, Bellevue introduced Pathways as a way for its members to come alongside and volunteer with established ministries in Memphis. These Pathways are a part of the 2018 Love Offering, Loving Memphis Like It Matters. The Pathways are distinctly helping Memphis through four different categories — Churches, Para-churches, Education, and Economic Growth. Learn about these ministries and how you can volunteer within our city to share the Gospel.
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“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
Acts 1:8 (NASB)