Serve Through the Send Relief Ministry Center

Send Relief Ministry Center

Send Relief is the combined ministry effort of the North American Mission Board (NAMB) and International Mission Board’s (IMB). Send Relief is opening a new ministry center in Memphis, Tennessee. The ministry center and Bellevue have the same mission: to share Jesus and invest in the redemption of the people of our community. Bellevue members and believers from other churches will be able to come together, serve the community, and share the Gospel. Bellevues 2021 Love Offering focused on missions and allocated part of that offering to NAMB and IMB, providing support to the Send Relief Ministry Center!

Send Relief is a national and international ministry that serves communities in need and shares the Gospel. This ministry strives to impact communities and individuals through assisting in disaster relief, foster care, human trafficking intervention, and more.

How to begin serving:

How you can get involved right now: The ministry center is currently under renovation. If you have skills related to construction and renovation, we invite you to serve at the center as its purpose comes to life! You can also give to the 2021 Love Offering, which will enable Send Relief to continue their kingdom work at the Memphis ministry center and around the nation!

How you can get involved this year: The heart behind the Send Relief Ministry Center is simple–make a difference in the community and worldwide. Serve and share Jesus. Bellevue shares this vision, and the opportunity to labor for the Gospel inside the Memphis and Mid-South community alongside other churches and their members is one way we obediently and successfully serve as The Church, taking the Gospel from Memphis to the ends of the earth! Volunteers can also expect to serve by going on prayer walks, meeting the physical and spiritual needs of the Memphis refugee community, and feeding people in need.

To engage in local missions through the Send Relief Ministry Center, contact Ross McGregor, Bellevue’s Minister of Local Missions, for more information.