The Missions/Evangelism Committee meets the first Tuesday of the month and exists for the sole purpose of encouraging our congregation to share Gods love to others by helping in the organization and implementation of evangelistic programs for the members of the congregation to participate in and providing monetary support to missionaries around the world bringing the good news of the gospel.
- Vacation Bible School:
A highlight of summer is Bentheim's Vacation Bible School. Students entering Young 5's through 5th grade are welcome to attend this fun event to learn more about God through fun activities. Students will learn Bible stories, play games, complete craft projects, and enjoy times of singing and snacks, all centered around the year's theme. VBS is typically held annually each evening for one week.
- Kid’s Hope
KHUSA offers churches and schools a proven award winning model to meet the emotional, social, and academic needs of children. This program partners a church with a school and where mentors from the church spend one hour each week with their "one and only student" at the school.
To learn more about Kids Hope click the link below. www.kidshopeusa.org
- Mission Budget
These are the mission organizations that we support
www.lam.org - Latin American Missions
www.wordpartners.org - WordPartners
www.wycliffe.org - Wycliffe Bible Translators
www.wgm.org - World Gospel Missions
www.interserve.org - Interserve
www.aimint.org - African Inland Mission
www.paradisebound.org - Paradise Bound
www.send.org - SEND International
www.rca.org - Reformed Church of America
www.alaskamissions.org - Eaglecrest Alaska Missions
www.transportforchrist.org - Transport For Christ
www.rtlofholland.org - Right To Life
www.lpcenters.com - Lakeshore Pregnancy Centers
www.hollandrescue.org - Holland Rescue Mission
www.forgottenman.org - Forgotten Man Ministries
www.hungryforchrist.org - Hungry For Christ
- Release Time
In a unique partnership with Bentheim Elementary School, Release Time allows students from the local elementary school to come to the church to participate in faith-based education over their lunch and recess break. With parental permission, students are bused to the church where they hear Bible stories, sing songs, and engage in creative activities, allowing students the chance to learn about Jesus Christ with their classmates, and allowing the church to share the message and love of God with students who might not have a church home.