Get Plugged In
Study, Serve and Worship
The core of any local church are those who study, serve, and worship together. We recommend getting plugged in right away. You can take any of the next steps in no particular order. Come on Wednesday night at 5:15pm for a meal and really get to know folks. This is followed by a Bible Study at 6pm. Our welcome desk volunteers on Sundays can direct you to any of the following areas: For Bible Study Groups / Sunday School Classes, see Valorie Galloway. To join our choir, see our Worship Leader, Jimmy Freeman. For membership, call or email our secretary Barbara Stonecypher for a packet, then a meeting can be scheduled with the pastor. And most certainly, please feel free to come into the office or schedule a meeting with our pastor. We are here to serve!
Food by the Fire
Men love to gather around a camp fire. We have men’s gatherings quite often during the cooler months and enjoy one another’s company. New friends show up and good food is always served right off the grills. Sometimes the men give in, and host a “family food by the fire!” These fellowship events are always great and normally happen on Friday nights at the church. Keep in touch on Facebook or look in the bulletins for the next event!
We encourage getting involved in a Bible Study group. These are also known as Sunday school classes and start at 9:30am each week. In addition to these, we do “men’s discipleship” at the same time. The pastor borrows men from Sunday school classes and trains them in the Bible Doctrines found in the Baptist Faith and Message. Once a small group of men have gone through the doctrines and feel confident, they return to their Bible Study Group or start their own group. Training disciples is essential to the health and growth of a local church and that is why we focus on it.
The Care Team Ministry of Beulah Baptist, led by David Colson, exists to offer encouragement, care, support, and prayer to the members of our church family who are experiencing difficult and challenging times. We desire to show Christ in the way we care for one another as we help support their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Whether it is to visit the sick, pray for the weary, or provide a physical need, our team is ready to serve in the name of Christ. Please send us a message on our connect page, or contact the church office 407-656-3342 if you have a need or desire to be part of our Care Team.
The Ladies’ Tea events are a special time for the women and young girls of Beulah Baptist Church. They are a time for us to gather together, and to be encouraged through a devotional message. Our purpose is to enjoy sweet fellowship with one another, savor delicious food, and connect women with other women. We point each other to Jesus Christ and inspire them to serve God and one another.
Our leader, Teresa Colson , has known Jesus as her Savior since 1986. She has been involved in women’s ministry and discipleship for over 20 years.
Women's Missionary Union (WMU)
Women’s Missionary Union is an auxiliary of the Southern Baptist Convention that was founded in 1888. It is the largest Protestant missions organization for women in the world. We have a group of women that meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 1:30pm and another that meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm. Both groups have a deep passion for serving our local community. Just a few of their projects have been collections for Matthews Hope, lap robes for veterans, and collections for First Baptist Church Apopka homeless ministry. For more info go to our connect page and send us a message or call Barbara at the church office at 407-656-3342. We would LOVE to get you connected to these MISSION minded women! www.wmu.com
Apopka Pregnancy Care Center
Beulah participates in the Baby Bottle Fundraiser for the Apopka Pregnancy Center – Members fill baby bottles with cash, change, and checks! All money collected is given to the Apopka Pregnancy Care Center. For additional information or to learn how you can help, please visit: www.apopkapregnancy.org