Student Missions

Jesus calls every single one of us to “go.”

We are called to live lives of love in our hometowns as well as throughout the earth. Student Ministries loves missions and desires to equip and empower our students to “go.” We have local missions opportunities which allow students to serve within the walls of Mt. Bethel. We also facilitate Spring Break mission trips, allowing our students to “go” and serve in communities both domestically and abroad.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Updated May 20, 2020 - Volunteers needed immediately

Due to COVID-19, we are changing the way we support Camp Hope. Please join us in making something special for the Camp Hope campers this summer.

Kidz2Leaders (K2L) is creating Camp-in-a-Box kits full of activities, games, crafts, and treats that they will deliver to the homes of campers during the month of June. Doesn't that sound like fun? They also plan to bring the families some additional supplies to support them during this time. The goal is to create 100 boxes.

K2L needs your help to gather all the items in the next two weeks. Click here for all the details including quantities needed and links to purchase items (you will need to highlight links to look- up). Primary stores are Dollar Tree Online and Amazon. Most items are sold in case quantities which is indicated on the store site.

This is a great opportunity to rally your Sunday school class, life group, neighborhood, or anyone you know that is looking for a way to give back right now.

There are two options for Delivery/Drop Off:

  1. Shipments can be delivered to the following address: Kidz2Leaders, 4385 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta, GA 30068 (Mt. Bethel Church, East Cobb Campus)
  2. Drop-Off to Ellen Cooper: Email Ellen for information

All items need to be received by Thursday, May 28.

If you are available to help in packing the boxes the week of June 1, please contact Ellen Cooper.

LOCAL MISSION TRIPS

We partner with Kidz2Leaders and their Camp Hope ministry.

Kidz2Leaders exists to break the cycle of incarceration by providing stability, opportunity, and a Christian community for children of inmates. Camp Hope is the entry point into a decade of progressive programming that is specially designed to support children with an incarcerated parent, and they rely on over 200 volunteers for support. The first session is called Cornerstone Camp, and it's designed to teach the fundamental Christian principles of love, trust, forgiveness, and joy.

Any Questions?