There are plenty of opportunities for us to love God and love neighbor at White Bluff.
Our regular ministry programs include…
- Meals on Wheels: 90-100 meals are prepared each Wednesday and delivered to shut-ins in the community.
- Communion to Shut-Ins and Hospital: Each Sunday morning men offer the Lord’s Supper to those who are unable to attend worship. Call the office if you need this service.
- Teddy Bear Ministry: Many ladies in the congregation sew teddy bears for the area hospital and police departments.
- Jail Ministry: Inmates are taught the Bible resulting in many conversions.
- Clothes Closet: Offering clothing to those in the community who have suffered loses through fire, floods, etc.
- World Bible School: Evangelizing students in dozens of foreign countries through the mail and internet.
- Thursday Ladies Class: Meeting each week at 10:00 am, to study the Bible, fellowship, mail cards of sympathy to people who are ill or just need encouragement, to quilt and visit shut-ins or those having illnesses. This class sends a monthly donation to the Food Nutrition Program in Honduras and provides assistance to individuals who are in need.
- Wednesday After-School Youth Program for 7th-12th Graders: They meet every Wednesday afternoon when school is in session to have a devotional, do a service project or an outside activity. The teenagers are under the supervision of Tom Todd, the youth director and several adults, a meal is also served for the group before the Wednesday Evening Bible Study.
- Kids For Christ: Meets once a month to do a Service Project or just have a fun get-together for ages 4-12.
- Men’s Prayer Group: Meets every Thursday morning at 6am for Prayer and Bible Study
- Vacation Bible School: Offers Classes for ALL ages from Babies to Adults with fun skits, Bible Studies, Crafts, and refreshments.
- Amazing Race Bible Camp: Offers a week full of fun, singing, swimming, Bible Study, crafts, and competitions for ages 8 – 18.
- Fellowship Groups: Meet once a month after the Sunday evening service for a period of fellowship and togetherness. Sometimes meeting in someone’s home, Montgomery Bell Park, or at the Bowling Alley. It’s a great way to learn more about your brothers and sisters other than sitting in a church building.
If you’re interested in learning more about any of the ministries, or figuring out how you fit in, give us a call at the church office (615) 797-9016 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.