TAKING THE GOSPEL
INTO THE WORLD
We strive to be disciples that communicate the Gospel effectively. God is sending us out locally, nationally, and globally in order to impact His desire to reach the nations. Bethany has a solid history of active missions participation. God is leading us to continue being a church that emphasizes going into the world.
WE GO TO THE WORLD
An exciting element of life at Bethany is carrying out God’s desire to reach the nations, and we encourage people of all ages to participate in our various mission opportunities. Past international trips at Bethany have included Russia, Honduras, Haiti, Cuba, and Nicaragua. Recent North American efforts have focused on West Virginia and eastern North Carolina. We are constantly seeking God’s direction in other areas for witnessing, discipleship, and church planting.
GALATIANS 6:10 PROJECT
At least once a week during the summer, members of UNBOUND pull together to serve the community in various ways. Previous excursions have included performing yard work for elderly members of the church and presenting goody bags to the staff at the local nursing home.
This is an important and meaningful volunteer ministry that offers worship services to inmates throughout the year at Forsyth County Jail through Bethany’s partnership with Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministries. The mission of the Prison Ministry is to exhibit Christ’s love and forgiveness in order to provide healing and to transform lives.
Members of UNBOUND travel to New Hope and Skyline Apartments every other Sunday throughout the year to engage in Bible lessons and recreational activities with many school-aged kids from that community. The purpose is to be the Church outside the walls of the church, and focus on intentional discipleship.
Volunteers from Bethany partner with Baptists on Mission at the state level in order to help with disaster relief. The goal of NCBM Disaster Relief Ministry is to provide ways for Christians to offer aid and minister to people who are displaced, injured, or hurting due to disasters. Our people have served in hurricane recovery and have provided aid to those effected.