Burleson Adventist Church


Outreach Ministries

BAC to Life  is the result of methodically and prayerfully seeking to discern the purpose God has for our church in this particular community. It is a process of being the hands and feet of Jesus to the First Responders of our city and the senior citizens they serve. It is love with no strings attached!

How can you get involved? Take the survey (linked from the home page carrousel) to let us know where your talents, interests, and availability lie in different areas of service to lonely, often homebound senior citizens. You may also wish to be a part of monthly prayer breakfasts at the Burleson Fire Stations. 

Coordinators: Pastor Kevin Walkowiak, Liz Simons


Community Service Projects  Did you know that the “Love In Action” adult Sabbath School class spends a great deal of their time serving individuals or families in the community that need practical, tangible assistance? Some of the projects they have been involved in include food baskets, home repairs, clothing, and financial assistance.

How can you get involved? You are invited to join “Love In Action” on these service projects even if you do not attend their class. Or perhaps you know of a family or situation that could benefit from some love in action! Suggestions and contact information would be most welcome and, of course, financial support will never be turned away!

Love In Action Contact Person – Janet or Tim Sellers                                                                                                  


Samaritan House One Saturday evening a month a group of church members provides, prepares, and serves dinner to the residents of Samaritan House. This is a facility housing individuals with HIV. It is run by a volunteer organization and greatly welcomes and appreciates our service.     

How can you get involved? This is an excellent opportunity to serve as a family and demonstrate hands-on service to our children! Financial support is always helpful, especially at Christmas time in order to provide gift bags to the residents.

Coordinators: Kim and Steve Thompson 


Foreign Mission Trips  One of our own church members is president of World Health Services, a non-profit mission organization focused on improving the quality of life for individuals who would not normally receive medical attention. Each year the organization plans three mission trips to different areas of the world (Tanzania, Ecuador, Zambia, Greece, Bulgaria, etc.) providing medical, vision, and dental clinics as well as construction projects and evangelism for adults and children.

How can you get involved? Join a mission team for a trip - medical personnel, construction workers, individuals interested in working with kids, teacher, storytellers, etc. are needed. If you have a heart for mission, we can find a place for you to get involved. Get ready for your life to be changed dramatically.
Sponsor a student - your family can raise $500 to put a child through school for one year, your SS class can take a child as a project and collect funds for their school fees, you can individually sponsor a child or contribute a portion of their school fees.

Supply meds and other items needed for trips - as a class, a family or individually you can contribute or raise funds to help buy the much-needed medications and supplies used on a mission trip

Contact Person: Barbie Simons 


Navajo Mission Trip  Another one of our church members co-directs an annual Spring Break mission trip to Navajo land. This program has blended outreach ministry, work projects, and cultural immersion into a life changing experience.  Programs include: construction, home/building repair, property improvements, VBS, tutoring, sport clinics, mentoring, witnessing, and agricultural projects.

How can you get involved?   If you are a high school or college age student, or even a family with younger children, this is an excellent opportunity to serve in a “state-side” mission field!  Financial needs include student sponsorships and project funds.

Contact Person: Randy Butler