Our Adult

Ministries & COMMUNITIES


To help our congregants engage in the activities of Burnett Avenue (The Net) at different levels, there are two categories of participation:
1) "Ministry" participation requires church membership and graduation from our MasterLife discipleship course.
2) "Community" participation is open to members, as well as friends of our community, without any requirements.

A network of parents and members working together to keep college students of our congregation connected to the church while away at college. This ministry oversees church scholarship administration, and provides care packages to students.

Teams of Ministers and Deacons who provide support, encouragement, care and concern for those who are bereaved, sick, shut-in, or hospitalized. Regular contact is made via postcards, phone calls and/or visits when appropriate. This ministry’s purpose is to assist the Pastor to provide consistent care and also incorporates Burnett Avenue’s Prayer Ministry and Cancer Care Ministry.  

Extends hospitality and welcomes all guests and members who come to worship or attend special events at Burnett Avenue.

Responsible for the use and knowledge and maintenance of all audio and video equipment; and  producing all aspects of the worship experience, including onscreen presentations, streaming and recording services.

Members of the congregation who have medical backgrounds administer medical and emergency assistance during worship services and special events, as needed.

Actively engaged in community service through regular visits to nursing homes, phone calls and cards to our sick and shut-in members. Our missionaries also assist with baptisms and bereavement needs.

Choirs of various age groups, praise team, special ensembles, soloists, liturgical dance, and dramatic productions are under the direction of this ministry to enhance the weekly worship experience as well as special events and holidays throughout the year.

Brings God’s gift of hope to those impacted by cancer within, and outside our congregation, providing prayer, information, resources, and practical assistance.

Dedicated members meet consistently to pray specifically for our church, local, and global communities.

Serving as an usher is an honorable and rewarding opportunity to be the “First Impression” of Burnett Avenue. The conduct, character, commitment, flexibility, and alertness of the usher plays a vital role in securing souls for the Kingdom, and ensuring a pleasant worship experience for all who enter our doors.

A team of dedicated retired or former police officers, and military personnel work together to secure our premises before, during and after worship services and special events.

Volunteers are stationed at our Welcome Center each Sunday to dispense church related or community information, to answer questions, and direct congregants to classrooms, restrooms, etc. 


Information about opportunities for children and youth can be found under the “MINISTRIES” tab for “Kids” & “Youth”. All children and youth activities are considered “Communities” and open to all.

Communicates and partners with community agencies throughout the year to provide our congregation with various opportunities to serve those who are homeless, in recovery programs, and in need of a helping hand.

Designed to provide married couples spiritual support, recreation, and engagement with other couples to further solidfy their unity with God and one another.

Provides spiritual enrichment and fellowship to strengthen men to become the leaders God made them to be. Currently our men’s community meets on the third Saturday of the month for breakfast and fellowship at 9:00 a.m. in our multipurpose room.

Offers various fitness classes, walks in the community, and encourages healthy eating habits to focus on treating our bodies as temples of the Holy Spirit.

Provides anyone aged 55 and over with fellowship, travel, lunch outings, and special site-seeing activities at various times during the year.

Opportunities to encourage and empower one another spiritually and socially throughout the year. Currently, the women’s community meets for Bible Study every second Saturday of the month at 10:00 a.m. in our multipurpose room.

Congregants who are aged 24 to 39 years connect to strengthen their faith in God and develop their personal relationship with Christ and one another through small discipleship groups. They practice their leadership capabilities by leading and volunteering for various projects and special annual events sponsored by the church, such as our Easter Eggstravaganza, Vacation Bible School, Back to School Week, and Harvest Festival.