Congregational Ministries

Charity Ministry
Affectionately known as "The Love Club," Burnett Avenue's oldest standing ministry strives to serve others according to its theme scripture, I Corinthians 13.  The Charity Club's focus is promote the importance of both secular and religious education by administering the church's college scholarship fund and book reimbursement programs.  This ministry also provides "College Care Kits" to our college students and "Back-to-School Bags" for students grades K-12.

Christian Education Ministry
Ministry Leader:  Rev. Ton'ya Triplett

The Christian Education Ministry seeks to enlighten, instruct, educate, and stimulate growth in Christian living.

Our activities include:

    • Family Night Discipleship Classes:  Classes meet every Wednesday night at 7:00 pm with age segmented classes tailored to the specific needs of infants to senior adults.
    • Vacation Bible School:  Held annually on the last week of June, the entire congregation gathers for Bible Study, recreation, music, arts and crafts, and refreshments to tell others about the good news of Jesus and His desire to become a part of their lives.
    • New Members Orientation:  Held every eight weeks, this session informs new members of our congregational history and vision and how to become integrated into the life and ministry of our church family.
    • Assimilation Classes:  A 28-week course divided into 8-week rotations, MasterLife is a developmental discipleship process that will help new members develop a lifelong, obedient relationship with Jesus Christ.  Completion of MasterLife is a requirement to participate in ministry and to receive the right hand of fellowship.

Culinary Arts Ministry
Our Culinary Arts Ministry prepares dinners and refreshments as needed for our special church celebrations and gatherings.

 

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