Outreach & Missions

"And He said to them, “As you go into all the world, preach openly the wonderful news of the gospel to the entire human race!"

Matthew 16:15 TPT
Bethesda Outreach / Eastridge Community

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Bethesda Outreach Center
Bethesda means "house of mercy," and that's why Trinity Fellowship founded this ministry in 1987: to show God's mercy to those in need. We believe that poverty is not God's intended destiny for anyone. Because of that belief, we seek to meet both physical and spiritual needs and pursue opportunities to equip people to escape the cycle of poverty. Each month, Bethesda Outreach Center gives away more than 20,000 pounds of food to the local community.

Refugee Ministry
Amarillo has one of the highest per capita refugee populations in the state, which is why the ministry of Bethesda has gone beyond its four walls in order to reach newly settled refugees in the area. Whether it's through furnishing apartments for refugee families, teaching ESL classes, or assisting with food or clothing, we are committed to sharing the love of Jesus with the refugees of Amarillo.

Bethesda Outreach Center

Food Giveaway: Wednesday 8:30am-noon

Clothing Giveaway: Thursday 9:00am-noon

Refugee Ministry

ESL Classes

Parenting Class

Alpha Small Group

For more details or to volunteer, send an email here or call 806.383.6990!

Marriage Today

In 1994, God put on the hearts of Pastor Jimmy Evans and the elders to start MarriageToday, a ministry focused on family and marriage. Since that time, MarriageToday has grown to include MarriageToday with Jimmy & Karen, a television program broadcast to over 680 million households in 200 countries. MarriageToday utilizes conferences, simulcasts, seminars, and more than 100 other resources in pursuit of its mission: to help marriages succeed. MarriageToday remains a vital part of the ministry of Trinity Fellowship as Pastor Jimmy and Karen Evans are committed to sharing proven truths that can make the most troubled marriage good, and any good marriage great.

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"Pastor Jimmy and Karen are changing lives around the country and around the world."

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Mission Highlight: Harvester's Christian Ministries, Inc in the Philippines

Dr.Andrew and Karen Bush share what God is doing in Manila, Philippines!


Tell us about your ministry.

Andrew and Karen began their mission service in Manila, the Philippines in 1987. There they founded Harvesters Christian Ministries, Inc. Today HCF is a thriving network of congregations serving all sectors of Filipino society now ably led by Filipino pastors. One of the most notable of the congregations is in the depressed inner-city area of Tondo. Andrew gives oversight to these congregations, working with the pastors to make their ministries more effective. Again, Karen, provides therapy to the women in the churches.

Andrew and Karen encourage Christians to embrace Jesus' command to love one's neighbors in whatever context they live.

What's the best part about your role in your ministry

The best part of my (Andrew) role as Senior Pastor in the Philippines has been to watch brothers and sisters grow in ministry and become fruitful. And it has been a great honor to learn from the grace the Lord has given them in ministry. We have been honored to work alongside brothers and sisters in difficult situations and see what the Lord can do in what seems to be impossible circumstances.

Share a favorite story of how God is using your ministry to make an impact in your sphere of influence.

In the Philippines, our ministry is expanding. Recently we were able to complete a new building in the deep slums of Manila for our Harvesters Christian Fellowship congregation. This congregation met for 20 years in a rusty tin shack but nevertheless planted new congregations, conducted medical and dental clinics, weekly prison ministry, and a daily pre-school and feeding program. This Sunday, December 8, 2019, they are celebrating their 24th anniversary in their new building. They have made a huge impact in their community, leading many to the Lord, giving people hope for a better future, etc. One young man who was living in the street – rejected by his mother, was a drug addict, and was allowed to live in the church building. Jonathan came to the Lord, is on the worship team, and has now finished college!!


(Taken December 2019: The church in the slums of Manila had a Christmas party for 500 kids in the slums of Tondo where many of the children are homeless. It was on an outdoor basketball court, and every child received a gift!)

How can the Church pray for you?

Pray also for our churches in the Philippines that they will have an abundant new year.

Find out more by visiting their website or following them on Facebook.

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