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Pastor Richard Holland, Covenant Pastor

Primary Committees

Worship Committee

The purpose of the Worship Committee is to assure that experiences of worship are faithful to the authority of the Holy Spirit (speaking in and through the scripture); edify the whole church; and reflect the richness of the cultural diversity, local circumstances, and needs of the congregation. The Worship Committee is responsible for the following Services: Regular Worship, Advent, New Year’s Eve, Ash Wednesday, Lent, Maundy Thursday, Easter Sunrise, and Church Anniversary. Additionally, the Worship Committee is responsible for all Choirs, Ushers, and Acolytes. In 2017, the Voices of Victory Cancer Survivor Choir blessed Worship Service in October; and the “Jesse Tree” was implemented into the Advent Season to help the Youth learn the stories of the “Creation” to “The Birth of Christ.”

Stewardship Committee

The purpose of the Stewardship Committee is to educate the congregation on the need for giving time, talents, and treasures. Giving is an expression of Christian Commitment and discipleship. The stewardship Committee is responsible for the Pledge Campaign, Special Offerings, and Moment for Mission. In 2017, the Stewardship Committee led Belle-Terrace in providing financial support to Hurricane Harvey victims and Stillman College, a historically black liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

Evangelism Committee

The purpose of the Evangelism Committee is to help believers in the Christian Community proclaim the love of God, the peace of Christ, and the transforming power of the Holy Spirit in the life of the church. The work of the Evangelism Unit is manifested in the life of each Christian by drawing people from their separateness into the community of shared faith in Jesus Christ through worship and service. As a part of the Evangelism Committee, Belle-Terrace hosts Family and Friends Sundays and serves the Community through its AGAPE ministry, a ministry that meets the food and clothing needs of families in the area. In 2018, the Evangelism Committee began welcoming guests with its Open Arms Ministry. 

Nurture Committee

The purpose of the Nurture Committee is to educate, train and bring all believers in the Christian Community to full maturity in Jesus Christ. The Nurture Committee is responsible for Sunday School, the Youth Ministry, Presbyterian Women, Presbyterian Men, A Talk with the Children, the Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and Day of Service, Black History Month, Oratorical Contest, Soul Food Sunday, the Easter Program, Bible Study, Vacation Bible School (VBS), and the Communications Ministry. 

 

Highlights

~The AGAPE Ministry provides food, clothing, toys, school supplies, etc. to local families on the 1st  thru 4th Tuesdays of each month from 10:30 am to 12 noon. As an annual project, the AGAPE ministry provides Thanksgiving Baskets that generously feed a family of 4. The AGAPE Ministry continues to receive and appreciates donations of money, food, clothing, appliances, toys, household goods, and school supplies. The AGAPE is closed in July.
 
~The Presbyterian Women (PW) host their Women’s Day Program each year in April and select women to recognize for the work they do in the church and the love they show to others. PW supports Church Women United, and hosts a Women’s Bible Study on the 2nd Monday of each month (Sept. thru May) at 5:00 pm. During Bible Study they take up a collection for the AGAPE Ministry and the Least Coin Ministry. In 2017, PW hosted an Interfaith Thanks Giving Service. PW supports local and worldwide missions in keeping with the mission of the Presbyterian Church. Members of PW generally attend the Annul PW Gathering and the Annual PW Workshop.
 
~February is the celebration of Black History Month. Some facet of Black History is presented during a Black History Moment each Sunday; and our Facebook Group page highlights accomplishments of church members and friends, as well as other achievers of color. In 2019, the highlights will expand to Twitter and Instagram. Additionally, an annual contest is held for our youth (and youth from our sister churches and the community) that focuses on oratorical skills or some other aspect of presenting information to the public. Generous prizes are awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. On the fourth Sunday, Belle-Terrace concludes Black History Month with a festive Soul Food dinner celebration. Our church family and friends typically dress in African attire on the fourth Sunday — and some even wear their native “dress” throughout the month of February.

 

Other Church Ministries
  • Deacons 
    • Repasts
    • Sympathy and Get Well Cards
    • Visits and Phone Calls
    • Flowers
  • Van Transportation
  • Communications Ministry
    • Calling Post
    • Bulletins for Worship Services and Other Programs
    • Birthday and Anniversary Cards
  • Our Daily Bread and Upper Room Devotionals and Distribution
  • Public Relations/Technology
    • Social Media
    • Website
    • Photography
  • Terrace Manor Elementary School Basketball Team & PTA

 

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Augusta Georgia 30906

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