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Mission Events

Friday, August 17

5-6PM: Walk from BelPres Church to Downtown Bellevue Park

6-8pm: New Hope Revival and Modern Multi-Ethnic Worship

Saturday, August 18

3pm-8pm, UC-303, dinner will be provided

This conference is a call for all people to pray for revival and to learn about God’s path to forgiveness.

Led by Pastor Alexis Ruhumuriza, with teachings by elder Jean McAllister and Pastor Rich Leatherberry.  The conference will include many opportunities for praise and worship, led by the New Hope Revival worship team.

Most Eastern Africans continue to suffer deep wounds from ethnic conflicts. This workshop is designed to help them along their way towards healing. All are welcome to hear teachings to be applied to mend brokenness and wounds caused by unresolved conflicts.



Culture Celebration

Room: Sanctuary Lobby


You are all invited to join us on Sunday, August, 19 from 4-5:30 in the lobby for a Celebration of Culture! Did you know there are people from all over the world that meet at BelPres to worship together? On August 19th, we will all come together as one to learn about how God is moving around the world and in our own community. Come and enjoy delicious food, hear from community leaders and stay for a multi-ethnic worship service at 6pm.

Childcare is provided for children 3 months- 5 years by reservation.

Room: S-140

Sunday, August 19, 12:15 pm, S-140

Every day, countless people are sold into slavery, as slave owners make a profit from their misery. International Justice Mission(IJM)  is a global organization with a plan to eliminate the slave trade everywhere.

Join us for light lunch and to hear Jocelyn White from IJM about their work rescuing people from slavery and helping local authorities arrest suspected slave owners.


J&RR Book Discussion

Room: S-223

Join us for rich discussion and new insight at the Justice & Racial Reconciliation Book Club. Come to one or as many as you like.     

Wednesday, August 8, 7pm, S-223: Love Undocumented by Sara Quezada
Christian author Sarah Quezada takes readers deep into the world of the U.S. immigration system. Follow her as she walks alongside her new friend, meets with lawyers, stands at the U.S. Mexico border, and visits immigrants in detention centers. With wisdom from Scripture, research, and these experiences, Quezada shows us a Savior who never knew a stranger. Respond to an invitation to turn away from fear and enter a bigger story.
Wednesday, August 22, 7pm, S-223: One Blood by John M. Perkins
Author Dr. John M. Perkins is a leading civil rights activist and has dedicated his life to the cause of racial equality. In this, his crowning work, Dr. Perkins speaks honestly to the church about reconciliation, discipleship, and justice, and what it really takes to live out biblical reconciliation. One Blood is his final manifesto on race, faith and reconciliation.  In it, Perkins makes a strong case that there is no institution on earth more equipped or capable of bringing transformation to the cause of reconciliation than the church.
Friday, September 14, 7pm, S-223: Welcoming the Stranger  by Matthew Soerens and Jenny Hwang
World Relief immigration experts Soerens and Yang offer a Christian response to immigration, putting a human face on the issue. With careful historical understanding and thoughtful policy analysis, they debunk myths and misconceptions and show the limitations of the current immigration system. Ultimately they point toward immigration reform that is compassionate, just, and sensible, as they offer concrete ways to welcome and minister to immigrant neighbors.

Please RSVP for the discussion of Welcoming the Stranger here.


Jubilee Service Day 2018

Room: Multiple Locations

Saturday, August 25, AM Shift: 8am-12noon, PM Shift: 1pm-5pm, All Day Shift 8am -5pm

Register HERE for Jubilee Service Day 

JOIN many Eastside churches, businesses, organizations & community members in serving the community on JUBILEE SERVICE DAY as we unify in faith as one body, responding to the command to love our neighbors.

PREPARE the Bellevue public schools for the new school year at 18 elementary and 4 middle school sites, as we work with teachers, staff, and administrators to make ready the classrooms & schools, clean & repair the buildings, and beautify the grounds. (Admin prep, Classroom set up, handyman repairs, library prep, painting, power washing, sewing chair pockets, or window washing)

ENHANCE eastside homes by working with the city of Bellevue to help homeowners by painting their home or cleaning their overgrown yard. (Debris hauling, outside painting, power washing, yard work).

Register HERE for Jubilee Service Day 

If you unable to serve on Jubilee Service Day, other ways you can help:

PRAY for the service day throughout the summer. Pray for the schools, homeowners & volunteers. Pray for
God to be glorified through the work done in His name.

DONATE to Jubilee REACH to help fund the Jubilee Service Day as well as the work Jubilee REACH
performs throughout the year in the Bellevue community and schools.

Room: S-105

Thursdays, August 30 – December 13, 6-9 pm 

REGISTER TODAY: Perspectives.org

Perspectives is coming back to BelPres in 2018 after a very successful session in 2017. Experience 15 powerful lessons that have equipped thoughts of everyday believers with greater vision, hope, and passion. In Perspectives, scripture, history, culture, and strategy converge to reveal the unfolding of God’s redemptive purposes. He is on a mission to bless the peoples of the earth, and you’re invited to join him.

Perspectives is a fifteen-week discipleship designed around four vantage points or “perspectives” — Biblical, Historical, Cultural and Strategic. Each one highlights different aspects of God’s global purpose…TO REACH ALL THE NATIONS.

The Biblical and Historical sections reveal why our confidence is based on the historic fact of God’s relentless work from the dawn of history until this day…IN HIS PLAN FOR ALL NATIONS.

The Cultural and Strategic sections underscore that we are in the midst of a costly, but very “do-able” task, confirming the Biblical and Historical hope…TO MAKE DISCIPLES OF ALL NATIONS.

Click here for more information: PERSPECTIVES.ORG


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Directory of Community Outreach Partners & Friends

Community Outreach at BelPres supports many agencies, all involved with bringing revival to the Eastside and King County. Click on each image to explore these wonderful ministries! 

Questions? Contact our Director of Community Outreach. To sign up to volunteer, contact BelPres Serve.

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Directory of Global Outreach Partners & Friends

These ministries and individuals represent strategic and valuable relationships with BelPres and our members. We seek to nurture long-term, mutually fruitful, prayerful relationships. Click on each image to explore these wonderful ministries! 

Questions? Contact our Director of Global Outreach. To sign up to volunteer, contact BelPres Serve.

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