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Upcoming Events
FEB

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SUN
Sunday School
8:15 AM to 9:15 AM
Black History Fellowship Dinner
11:00 AM
Join us in the Fellowship Hall immediately follow the morning service.
Contact: Alberta Riley
Matrons #2 Meeting
11:15 AM
Meets in the Lounge - Contact: Anita McCants
Deacon WIves Meeting
11:15 AM
Meeting starts immediately after morning service. No meetings in June, July, August, and September. Contact: Therest Hardwick
FEB

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MON
Clothes Closet
Second Floor
Contact: Women's Bible Study Group
Meals On Wheels Ministry
6:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Contact: Sis. Amanda Taylor
Service Resumes
Food Pantry
8:30 AM to 10:00 AM
Closed Holidays
FEB

28

WED
Prayer Meeting (Morning)
11:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Join us in prayer prior to Bible Study.
Bible Study (Noon)
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Beulah Baptist Church is a Bible-Believing, Bible-Teaching, Bible-Preaching, and Bible-Practicing Church. It all begins with the Bible. Everyone is invited to participate in Bible study.
Prayer Meeting
6:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Join us in prayer prior to Bible Study.
Bible Study
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Beulah Baptist Church is a Bible-Believing, Bible-Teaching, Bible-Preaching, and Bible-Practicing Church. It all begins with the Bible. Everyone is invited to participate in Bible study.
Bible Search
Health and Welfare Ministry
Chairperson: Sister Betty Carter


 

Mission Statement

      "Vision Statement": To strive to meet the spiritual, social, health and financial needs of members within the Beulah Baptist Church family and the surrounding communities by providing Christ-centered, loving outreach that promotes the individual's overall well being. 

      Rev. Osby puts it best in his, Beulah Baptist Church Vision Statement for Year 2004 and Beyond when he says, "It is critical... that we become proactive to get involved evangelistically and socially with our community both in the home and in the schools, spreading the Gospel and helping them to revive and thrive. They need to know that GOD cares and we care about them.  This effort will be challenging, since, as we aforementioned, many of our congregation do not reside in these communities and thus may not feel any obligation to them."

      To meet the challenge that Pastor Osby outlines above we must first resolve to care, not just about our Beulah Church family, but everyone that calls or comes by seeking help; to everyone that we reach out to through the Health and Welfare Ministry; and make no mistake, this is not another committee, but a ministry.  We should seek to reach out to all that come to us with the hope and Gospel of Christ.  We have to move past our self-righteousness, self-awareness, self-importance and realize that there, but for the grace of GOD go I.  We can no longer deny that we live in perilous and precarious times, but those that we assist must leave feeling that they have been loved and helped.