• Charles Barker Automotive employees give $250,000 to #endhomelessness

    Mayor Sessoms and Beach Fellowship Pastor Ray Bjorkman joyfully accepted a $250,000 check from Charles Barker Automotive employees with Mr. Barker on Thursday morning to help defray the public cost of Virginia Beach's Housing Resource Center - an all-in-one campus to help the end homelessness in Virginia Beach. Mayor Sessoms, several years ago, pledged to raise $1 million from the community to help with the cost of the center, which is nearing completion off Witchduck Road. Thank you to everyone who has so generously given to this all-so-imperative effort to put roofs over everyone's head in Virginia Beach.


  • Breaking Ground at the Virginia Beach Housing Resource Center

    Pastor Ray Bjorkman has worked for the last 7 years with agencies in the City of VA Beach and other community partners to provide solutions towards homelessness and the needs of individuals and families.

    These efforts culminated in 2016 with the announcement of a Housing Resource Center. HRC is a transitional shelter that is scheduled to open in the fall of 2017 at 104 N. Witchduck Rd in Virginia Beach. The center will provide short-term overnight shelter for single adults and families, life-skills coaching, educational programs, job-skills training, medical services and a connection to social services, according to descriptions by the City of Virginia Beach.
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  • Breaking Ground at the Virginia Beach Housing Resource Center

    Pastor Ray Bjorkman has worked for the last 7 years with agencies in the City of VA Beach and other community partners to provide solutions towards homelessness and the needs of individuals and families.

    These efforts culminated in 2016 with the announcement of a Housing Resource Center. HRC is a transitional shelter that is scheduled to open in the fall of 2017 at 104 N. Witchduck Rd in Virginia Beach. The center will provide short-term overnight shelter for single adults and families, life-skills coaching, educational programs, job-skills training, medical services and a connection to social services, according to descriptions by the City of Virginia Beach.
    Learn More
  • Breaking Ground at the Virginia Beach Housing Resource Center

    Pastor Ray Bjorkman has worked for the last 7 years with agencies in the City of VA Beach and other community partners to provide solutions towards homelessness and the needs of individuals and families.

    These efforts culminated in 2016 with the announcement of a Housing Resource Center. HRC is a transitional shelter that is scheduled to open in the fall of 2017 at 104 N. Witchduck Rd in Virginia Beach. The center will provide short-term overnight shelter for single adults and families, life-skills coaching, educational programs, job-skills training, medical services and a connection to social services, according to descriptions by the City of Virginia Beach.
    Learn More
  • Breaking Ground at the Virginia Beach Housing Resource Center

    Pastor Ray Bjorkman has worked for the last 7 years with agencies in the City of VA Beach and other community partners to provide solutions towards homelessness and the needs of individuals and families.

    These efforts culminated in 2016 with the announcement of a Housing Resource Center. HRC is a transitional shelter that is scheduled to open in the fall of 2017 at 104 N. Witchduck Rd in Virginia Beach. The center will provide short-term overnight shelter for single adults and families, life-skills coaching, educational programs, job-skills training, medical services and a connection to social services, according to descriptions by the City of Virginia Beach.
    Learn More
  • Breaking Ground at the Virginia Beach Housing Resource Center

    Pastor Ray Bjorkman has worked for the last 7 years with agencies in the City of VA Beach and other community partners to provide solutions towards homelessness and the needs of individuals and families.

    These efforts culminated in 2016 with the announcement of a Housing Resource Center. HRC is a transitional shelter that is scheduled to open in the fall of 2017 at 104 N. Witchduck Rd in Virginia Beach. The center will provide short-term overnight shelter for single adults and families, life-skills coaching, educational programs, job-skills training, medical services and a connection to social services, according to descriptions by the City of Virginia Beach.
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  • Bolivia Boys Home

    In 2003, Beach Fellowship began supporting a home for young, abandoned boys in Bolivia, South America. These efforts led to the acquisition of several acres and the construction of an 11,500 sq ft, 3 story building to provide a home for these children. The funds for the Bolivia Boys Home were raised 100% from Beach Fellowship Members. The home has live-in caretakers and provides shelter, food, educational opportunities, and spiritual growth for up to 65 boys.

    See our 2018 Bolivia Missions Trip Videos Here

  • Bolivia Boys Home

    In 2003, Beach Fellowship began supporting a home for young, abandoned boys in Bolivia, South America. These efforts led to the acquisition of several acres and the construction of an 11,500 sq ft, 3 story building to provide a home for these children. The funds for the Bolivia Boys Home were raised 100% from Beach Fellowship Members. The home has live-in caretakers and provides shelter, food, educational opportunities, and spiritual growth for up to 65 boys.

    See our 2018 Bolivia Missions Trip Videos Here

  • Bolivia Boys Home

    In 2003, Beach Fellowship began supporting a home for young, abandoned boys in Bolivia, South America. These efforts led to the acquisition of several acres and the construction of an 11,500 sq ft, 3 story building to provide a home for these children. The funds for the Bolivia Boys Home were raised 100% from Beach Fellowship Members. The home has live-in caretakers and provides shelter, food, educational opportunities, and spiritual growth for up to 65 boys.

    See our 2018 Bolivia Missions Trip Videos Here



  • Jezreel International Humanitarian Aid

    Beach Fellowship reaches the nations through support of Jezreel International. Jezreel is a partnering member of TECH – a large network of international humanitarian aid organizations.
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All-Church Prayer: First Sunday of each month: 12:30pm - 1:30pm – 7:00pm

 

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Good Friday Service: 6:00pm - 7:00pm (Friday before Easter) Thanksgiving Eve Service: 6:00pm – 7:00pm (Wednesday eve before Thanksgiving) Christmas Eve Services: 9:00am 11:00am 5:00pm (Identical Services) Mega Sports Camp: July 23rd - July 27th 2018
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Hurricane Florence / Michael Relief Drive

We have set up a staging area in the Cafe of Beach Fellowship for the donations of items needed.

Additional to the MANY supplies requested, please consider a monitary donation to assist those in need. Choose Hurricane Florence / Michael Relief from the list below.

We ask that you would open your hearts and help support the needs of our Families in Florida and the Carolinas.

Thank You and God Bless.

If you would like to write a check, please write it out to Beach Fellowship and in the memo "Hurricane Relief."

You may bring them to the office, mail them in, or drop them into the offering plate on Sunday's.

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