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Outreach & Impact

God is expanding the borders of Mount Bethel Ministries like never before! Your support and participation allows us to continue to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ as well as food, clothing, family services, and other vital necessities to those in dire need.
Learn more about the services and ministries provided by Mount Bethel Church and Mount Bethel Human Services Corporation below.

The Family Resource Center is designed to provide neighborhood–based support services that include but are not limited to:

  • Food Pantry on Thursdays only
  • Child Care assistance (available to qualified families living within a specified boundary in the City of Fort Lauderdale)
  • Referral services
  • and more!

For more information

Visit the Mount Bethel Human Services website, or contact us here.

Foster Home Management is a program designed to provide children who have been removed from their homes as a result of abuse, neglect or abandonment with a stable nurturing environment where they can develop to their fullest potential.
Mount Bethel Human Services believes that if children have to be removed from their homes, they could best benefit from some stability through familiarity. Therefore, Foster Home Management is the next line in our continuum of care in order to ensure safety, permanency and the well being of children.

For more information:

Visit the Mount Bethel Human Services website, or contact us here.

Children in Need of Services/Families in Need of Services is a Family Diversion Program funded by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice to support children and families in an effort to divert youth from penetrating the juvenile justice system, while helping families to navigate through difficult times in their lives.
The program is designed to strengthen families, equipping them with a better understanding of how to cope with life challenges. Youth participating in this program must be ten to seventeen years old. Mount Bethel Human Services program workers will advocate for family rights and work as a liaison within the family and with outside entities as required.
A program specific referral form is available for this program upon request.

For more information:

Visit the Mount Bethel Human Services website, or contact us here.

Matthew 28:19 (NIV) – Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

The mission of the Evangelism Ministry is to witness by spreading the Word of God: to make Jesus Christ known, trusted, loved, obeyed and exemplified in our communities and in the whole range of individual life – body, mind, and spirit and in all human relationships.

John 8:36 – If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.

The Confronting Habits and Addictions through Nurture and God’s Empowerment (C.H.A.N.G.E.) drug support ministry is designed to provide supportive outlets for those persons who are directly and/or indirectly affected by the use of addictive substances. The ministry fulfills this goal through the following self-help group:

Men and Women in Recovery

This group is designed to provide a meeting place for those individuals who are serious about their recovery status, and who need to network with others who have similar concerns.
If you are looking for a positive change in your life, join us at 6:00 p.m. every Friday night.

Meeting Times / Locations

Fort Lauderdale Campus
Every Friday night at 6pm.

Matthew 25:36 I was in prison, and ye came unto me.

CEC|Community Education Centers Breaking the Cycle of Recidivism
The Mount Bethel Women’s Prison Ministry is located at the Hollywood Work Release Center in Pembroke Pines, FL. The mission of the ministry is to: preach the Gospel and disciple new believers; provide empowerment, encouragement and hope for women who are preparing to reenter the community; reduce recidivism rate by assisting women with reentry resources such as referrals for employability, food, childcare, and clothing via Mount Bethel Human Services; and to partner with other agencies in the community such as Prison Fellowship, which provides support for family members of the incarcerated.

Interested in serving?

Complete Florida Department of Corrections Volunteer Application. A background check is required. PUT a link here for the application please.
Currently ministry members can serve as intercessors for inmates and invitational counselors for those who accept Christ.

Needed service areas:

Teachers for New Discipleship Class, and teams to serve in community to work with families of the incarcerated.

Matthew 25:35 (ESV) –For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me.

The vision of the Volunteer Ministry is to touch the world for Christ so that people will become Christians, become devoted believers and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Join us every 3rd Monday at 7:00 p.m. as we realize this vision through the following events:
Homeless Shelters Missions
Miami Rescue Mission – Miami
Broward Outreach Centers – Hollywood and Pompano Beach
Nursing Home Visitations
Heart 2 Heart Senior Outreach of South Florida
Prison Ministry Visitations
Bridges of America:

Meeting Times / Locations

Every 3rd Monday at 7pm.

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