Would you like to be involved in the Murfreesboro Community?
We have many opportunities to serve listed below!
For more information on how to join, email [email protected] or call our church office at 615-890-6977 and let us know where you are interested in serving.
Team Leader: Meredith Dye
The Daniel McKee team will help decide when and how to employ some or all of the following suggestion, as well as to consider other possibilities:
- Celebrate “graduates” preparing to return to their former schools after their 50 to 60-day sojourn at Daniel-McKee with a cake and a gift bag.
- Provide meals for teachers at special times, like parent-teacher conferences.
- Do service projects needed on the DM campus
- Provide school uniforms, belts, socks, shoes, etc.
- Invite students to be a part of some of the BLB projects, so they earn community service hours.
- Befriend and “love on” faculty and students as we share Jesus’ love and words.
- Provide inspirational, motivating talks for students.
13-week seminar/support group. Next group starts Jan 20th. You can join at any time! https://www.griefshare.org/groups/127711
For questions, please text Donna Bowman at 901-830-3078 or email [email protected]
What is griefshare 60-second video
Team Leader: Pam Ramsey
The Hope Center Ministry is an outreach of Belle Aire Baptist Church to our local community. Farrer Properties has provided us use of a mobile home park located off of Wenlon Drive. We use this space on Monday afternoons to provide a meal and a Bible Study to local children and teenagers. We also run a clothing closet out of this space, with clothing provided by members of our church. Hours are 3:45-5:15p on Mondays during the school year.
Belle Aire also runs vans to this community to pick up the same children and teenagers for the Wednesday night meal and activities.
Special events include:
- Our backpack and school supply giveaway at the beginning of the school year.
- Fall Festival in mid-October with inflatables and games at the Hope Center.
- Christmas Angel Tree, which provides each participating child’s needs and wants for Christmas (this is the only gift some children will get).
- Christmas party, which parents attend as well, with crafts, games, and the Christmas Bible story.
- End of the school year party at the Hope Center, with inflatables and games.
- Several children have attended BABC retreats and summer camps on scholarship, provided my church members.
Our evangelistic strategy is simple – teach Jesus each time we get together. And we are experiencing fruit! Some children are also attending on Sundays, being brought by parents. And we are encouraging families to attend church together on Sundays.
Team Leader: Robert Martin
Our goal is to have a team of 10 to 12 individuals with a desire to love on our police officers and show them that we appreciate their service. We plan to have service projects once per month, and would appreciate your ideas on the needs that we can meet within our community of law enforcement officers. As we serve these needs, we will be looking for opportunities to share the gospel message with them. Our God has given the men and women a tremendous responsibility. They deal with forms of sin that most of society will never see, encounter, or need to face. These interactions can discourage and harden the hearts of officers to the point that they stop caring for those who are closest to them. We believe that having a relationship with Jesus Christ, studying God’s word daily, prayer, and fellowshipping with other believers can provide the encouragement and strength so critical to dealing with the challenges faced by law enforcement officers. We believe this work is a high calling from God!