Our Ministries

Men Ministry

Christ calls for men to lead courageously in many areas of our lives; at work, with families, friends, through mission and outreach. The aim of the men’s ministry is to equip, envision and commission men to be more Christ-like in every aspect of their lives. Men’s Ministry Catalyst is dedicated to helping churches pray, plan, and execute an effective ministry to men that intentionally transforms men into the likeness of Christ. Men’s Ministries is dedicated to assisting the church in developing Kingdom-minded men to be Godly leaders in the home, the church, and in their communities. In order to assist the church with fulfilling the Great Commandment and the Great Commission, Men’s Ministries seeks to involve men in missions through education and personal involvement so that everybody, everywhere will have an opportunity to know Jesus.

Women Ministry

Women are vital to a healthy church. In the Bible, it was the women who stuck by Jesus as he died on the cross. It was the women who discovered that Jesus rose from the dead and told the disciples. And it was the women who faithfully served in the early church in partnership with the apostles and elders. The early church was radical in that it encouraged women to learn about theology and Jesus, encouraged them to serve and help build the church, and deemed women as equal image bearers of God, with distinct roles. BOH Women’s Ministries is focused on helping women grow more deeply in their love of Jesus, grow in their knowledge of the Bible, and get connected with one another in community with the ultimate goal of creating disciples of Jesus who make other disciples.
Each BOHIM oversees their respective local Women’s Ministries. Typical opportunities for women include Bible studies, gettogethers, special events and conferences, and more. BOHIM are open to all women of any age and stage of life. To learn more about Women’s Ministries available to you, or if you have questions, contact your leader.

Children Ministry

But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven. Children are a blessing from the Lord. With these blessings also come responsibilities. As stewards of God's children, parents are responsible for helping children grow physically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. The church has a responsibility toward children, too. We want to provide an environment in which children are safe, are taught at an age-appropriate level, and are encouraged to develop a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Music Ministry

When God created the world, a chorus of angels sang for Him. God asked Job if he was around to observe the magnificence of creation, “while the morning stars sang together and all the angels shouted for joy” (Job 38:7).

The Bible shows us that God loves all of humankind to sing to Him - choirs feature in the Bible’s own description of divine worship. The first organised choirs in Scripture can be found during King David’s time, as recorded in the Books of Chronicles. 1 Chronicles tells of how King David appointed no less than four thousand Levites as singers and musicians.

These singers and musicians ministered day and night in the tabernacle and later in the temple - these were some of the first earthly choirs assigned to serve God through song. Choirs, with both men and women singers (Nehemiah 7:67; 2 Chronicles 35:25), were organised for worship in the temple and were placed under the direction of able musicians (1 Chronicles 25).