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Bellview Baptist Women's Ministry

Mission Statement  

Bellview Baptist Women’s Ministry seeks to glorify God by providing opportunities for spiritual growth and Christian service for the women of Bellview Baptist Church through group Bible study,  mission education, and mission action projects.


Planning meetings are held the third Monday of the month, as needed, following Bible study. These meetings are for the  purpose of  discussing  mission projects, community outreach activities, and plans for supporting other ministries of our church. In conjunction with the church's calendar year, leadership selection and long-range planning for women's ministries will take place each September.

Annual Luncheon/ Tea
An outreach luncheon/tea is held each spring for all women in the church and their guests. 

Women’s Bible Study
Bible studies are taught the first and third Mondays of the month.  The lessons are specifically designed to equip, encourage, and build spiritual growth in women.  Times, scheduled breaks and any additional learning opportunities will be announced in class and in the weekly church announcements. 
A youth girl’s Bible study is also being taught.  This class is designed to help young girls embrace their God-given femininity and grow in their knowledge of their Savior and Creator.   Specific times for these studies are announced through text messages.
(Contact: Carmen Bruce & Adriana Bruce, Admin. Linda Harrelson)
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Missions Ministry supports Southern Baptist International and North American missions through prayer,  mission education, and promotion of Annie Armstrong Easter and Lottie Moon Christmas offerings.  Specifically, we  support Bellview's own international missionaries, Scott McGuire and his family.  Additionally, we are involved in Mission Moldova, a  yearly mission trip led by our pastor, Steve Bruce.  (Contact:  Carmen Bruce)

Prayer Quilt Ministry makes lap quilts for critically ill church members, and shut-ins.  The quilts are finished with hand-tied knots, each one representing a prayer said for the individual.   These gifts are made with love and tied with prayers.  (Contact:  Barbara Hill)


Meals Ministry  prepares and delivers meals to the homes of members who are sick, who have experienced a death in the family, or have other  special needs. (Contact Person: Fran Frank & Martha Watson)

Prayer and Card Writing Ministry meets each Thursday morning to write and send cards and notes for outreach and encouragement, and pray for the recipients.  (Contact Person:  Ann Arnold)


Healing Hearts Ministry is a support ministry for widowed and divorced women.  Women will find Biblical encouragement and support from shared-life experiences. (Contact Person: Cheryl Kiaunis)


Hearts for Homebound Ministry cares for the physically homebound by visiting and delivering special gifts.  Prayer and scripture reading is also an important part of the visits.  These visits are enjoyed by all!(Contact Person: Sammie Carter)

Operation Christmas Child Ministry uses gift-filled shoeboxes to demonstrate God’s love and is a project of Samaritan's Purse, an international Christian relief and evangelism organization.  Church members collect items throughout the year to create gift boxes that can make a significant difference in the lives of needy, hurting children.  These items include toys, school supplies and hygiene items.  In the fall, a shoe box packing party is held.  Special offerings are collected throughout the year to cover the cost of shipping to various countries around the world. (Contacts:  Martha Watson & Annette Watson)


Baby Bottle Boomerang Ministry supports and promotes the annual offering for Safe Harbor, a non-profit organization offering counseling, education, spiritual guidance, and resources for pregnant teens and other women.  The goal is to guide them in making decisions other than the abortion of their unborn child. Safe Harbor’s funding comes solely from churches and other caring individuals.  Baby bottles are distributed to church families and used to collect spare change for the organization.

(Contact:  Gwen Henry)


Decoration Ministry Team works together to make the church buildings look beautiful throughout the different seasons of the year and during special church events. (Contact: Marty Freeman)

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