Our Missions team is committed to showing the love of Jesus and His message of hope to everyone in our community and around the world. We have strategically partnered with local Christian missions, missionaries around the world, and other organizations in our community.
As a church, we want to be good stewards of our finances and make sure that we are supporting organizations and individuals that are making a lasting impact in our community and beyond.
In addition, Berea’s Mission team also has a Food Pantry that is open to our community and we frequently assist Clay County residents who are experiencing hardship.
Clay County Benevolence: Ruth Fischer
Christian Campus Ministry: Adam Caldwell & Ben Lock, ISU
Community Christian Counseling: Jim Evans
Crisis Pregnancy Center: Libby Butts
Harvest Prayer Ministries: Dave Butts
Youth for Christ: Mary Marlow
Inside Out Recovery: Kevin Eckiss
Oblong Christian Children’s Home
Campus Crusade for Christ in East Asia: Bryan and Cathy Fagg
Damou Christian Mission in Haiti: Luebens and Jessica Eugene
Norther European Evangelism: Randy and Katy Smelser
Impact Ministries/East European Division: Andrzej Korykowski
Helping His Hands
Serving on Our Streets (SOS)
Thursdays : 10 AM – 2 PM
Families in Clay County may visit our Food Pantry once each month during our Food Pantry hours.
Our Food Pantry is located on the Southside of our main building.
We do ask that you bring an ID so we can verify that you are a Clay County resident.
Because our Food Pantry is staffed by volunteers, it will not be open on major holidays such as Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s Day.
As we are able to, we offer help to residents of Clay County with their energy bills.
To qualify for energy assistance we will need you to call our office at (812) 448-8698 and make an appointment to come fill out a form. We will also need to see a copy of your bill.
If for any reason we are unable to help you, we will be happy to give you some resources and contacts that may be able to help.
We can only assist each household with their bill one time per year.
Food Pantry Needs
We have totes set out around the church to collect donations for our food pantry at all times. If you’re able to donate, these are some of the items we need to help fill it…
Boxed macaroni & cheese
Instant flavored oatmeal
Chicken noodle soup
Pork & beans
Applesauce (smaller jars)
Boxed mashed potatoes
Canned spaghetti or Spaghetti O’s
Complete Pancake Mix
Hand can openers