The call of God on His shepherd is to feed and lead the sheep, the people of God (St John 21:17). Therefore, our parishes seek to minister to the spiritual needs of its members, especially through our Women’s Fellowships, Youth Fellowships, Men’s Fellowships and Sunday School.
Our Women’s Fellowship provides teaching, and it equips and mobilizes our women for ministry. Addressing the needs of the women in our parishes changes with the region and can consist of vocational training, life-skill and health training as well as opportunities to bless their local community. Through Women’s Fellowships, women can become better followers of Jesus Christ, better wives and mothers and better members of society.
Our Youth Fellowships provide an opportunity for young people to gather to grow and live out their faith. From Bible study and prayer to community outreaches, our young people are encouraged in their common faith and by the love they experience from one another.
Our Men’s Fellowships meet regularly to learn how to be godly followers of Christ and become effective witnesses for Christ. Men are mobilized for community development and other outreaches that reach their communities with the love of Christ.
Our Sunday School program provides a thorough Christian education and training for our children. As they learn the Bible, they also learn how to follow Jesus and become active members of the life of the Church. Our curriculum, Living God’s Way, provides age-appropriate teaching that is God-centered, practical and world-changing.
Believers Eastern Church is devoted to ministering to the needs of the local community in practical and empowering ways. Our clergy are able to address the real needs of the people around them, and our churches often become community centers to share Christ’s love with the poor, helping people break the cycle of poverty. We are also actively involved in our communities, bringing awareness to today’s social issues and being part of the solution.