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Building a church of Love, Acceptance, and Forgiveness

Church SignOn May 6th, 2001, Believers Church was planted in Statesboro, Georgia. Meeting in the County Recreation Department with no budget, no building of our own, and no financial backing, we had a vision to be an authentic representation of the Body of Christ and to reach the unchurched of Statesboro, Bulloch County, and surrounding areas. God’s blessings have been upon us as we have experienced continued growth both personally and numerically.

Church Building LayoutAs a result, we outgrew our rented facility and now we are in a building where the ministry can continue to grow. Through your faithfulness and financial support we have paid off eight acres of land on Harville Road and completed Phase One of a Three Phase building project. We thank our members and supporters who have been used by God to bring us to this point.

PHASE 1, a developed eight -acre site on Harville Road, is a completed 9485 square foot multi-purpose building which includes a 300-seat sanctuary, rooms for children’s ministries and The One Way Cafe’ room for Middle and High School Youth.

FUTURE PHASES 2 AND 3:
A Family Life Center and a 1000-seat sanctuary with offices, nurseries, and additional rooms.

“I am asking you to join us in these projects. These buildings are not just for the present members of Believers Church, but they are also for all those the Lord will send in the future. These buildings will be ministry tools to help us reach our community. God is doing something wonderful among us, and we need to continue to move forward with Him.”

– Pastor Scott and Janet Moore

“You tell me: what is nobler, what is loftier, what is a higher purpose in life, than devoting yourself to establishing and developing a community of believers that strives to fulfill the Acts 2 description of the bride of Christ To creating a supportive and encouraging place where Spirit-led preaching brings a new, God-focused direction to peoples lives; where believers gather in small groups to share their hearts on the deepest of levels; where people compassionately walk with each other through lifes problems and pain; where prayer, worship, and the sacraments are lifted up; where rich share their God-given resources with the poor; and where people ache so much for their irreligious friends that the church gets strategic and takes risks to reach out to them with the Gospel.”

– Bill Hybels

This Week's Events
  • Sunday - July 23, 2017