Men's & Women's Ministries

Our men’s and women’s ministries aim to create easy access points to invite friends into our ministry. We want to create community between brothers and sisters in Christ, be intentional in forming relationships with each other, and learn to share the Gospel together. Several events will be held throughout the year for both our guys and girls to grow together and fellowship with each other. 

Freshman Ministry

Our freshman ministry aims to provide incoming freshmen with community at UGA. We want them to know that they are a vital part of not only UGA, but BCM! We hope to foster new friendships and encourage growth in students’ relationships with Christ. We hold several freshman events throughout the year and we hope everyone coming in will feel welcomed and at home here at BCM.

Transfer ministry

The focus of the transfer ministry is to welcome and connect transfer students with not only BCM, but UGA and Athens as a whole. We all belong here! We want to help transfer students not only get to know other people, but get plugged in all around the “Classic City.”

For more information, contact these transfer students:

Daniel Clark

deaf ministry

The Deaf are a people group spread worldwide in which only 2% are Christians. At BCM, we want to minister to the Deaf community at UGA and around Athens. Each Gathering service is interpreted, as well as many of our other events, including Dessert Theatre and possibly an American Sign Language DawgPack. The Deaf Ministry hosts events throughout the year conducted entirely in ASL. The annual Deaf Retreat also provides an opportunity for the Deaf and hearing communities to grow together, participate in service projects, and learn more about ASL and each other. If you have a passion for or interest in ASL, want to learn more about the Deaf community, or are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing and want to learn more about the love of Jesus, come see what the Deaf Ministry is all about! For more information, to become an interpreter, to join the ASL DawgPack, or to request an interpreter, contact:

Jill Craig