McGee Chapel Ministries

McGee is blessed with a highly professional, dedicated and consistent administration ministry to oversee business management, church maintenance and event planning. The administration ministry includes McGee’s business coordinator, pastor’s aides, wedding coordinator, annual events coordinator, prayer vigil, food service committee, building/grounds committee and custodian services.

Serving God fully and diligently clearly requires more than attending worship services. It is also essential to study and understand the Word of God. For that reason, the McGee Baptist Church Christian Education Ministry offers our membership a Bible-based, Christ-centered education with the Scriptures recognized as God’s authority on all matters.

This ministry provides structure and guidance to those who teach or who wish to teach the Word of God in areas such as Sunday School, Mission, the Family Ministry and the Thursday Night Institute, among others. We offer instruction for all age groups; men and women; young and elderly; single and married.

The Christian Education Ministry oversees scholarships, missions, the  Heavenly Movement Praise Dancers, the Brotherhood, the Drill Team, the Singles and Marriage Ministries, and the Vacation Bible School.

We must follow Christ’s example of caring and sharing with our brothers and sisters. Church itself is a fellowship and the McGee Fellowship Ministry promotes interpersonal caring and sharing between congregation members as an outgrowth of their fellowship with God.

As servants of God, we are commanded to “consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching” (Hebrews 10:24-25).

A Christian disciple is a person who accepts the good news of Jesus Christ and actively assists in the spreading of the Word. As Christ said: “What you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also” (2 Timothy 2:2).

McGee Chapel’s Discipleship Ministry focuses on nurturing and maintaining members’ spiritual development. As we are progressively brought from spiritual infancy to spiritual maturity, God works through us to help others complete this journey. Branches of the Discipleship Ministry include: the New Members Ministry, which helps new members quickly familiarize themselves with McGee Chapel; the Care Ministry, which handles efforts to keep members who are sick or shut-in connected to the church family; and the Benevolence Committee, administered by the pastor to review special financial needs of members who may require assistance.

Those who have been saved are equipped to personally witness and share what they have experienced with others to bring them into a personal relationship with Christ. But outreach and evangelism requires patience, tolerance and commitment. McGee Chapel’s Outreach and Evangelism Ministry focuses on preparing those who would conduct outreach and evangelism. McGee Chapel encourages all members to reach out to others and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Outreach ministries include fellowship, evangelism, marriage support, the Westchase Nursing Center, social services, prison outreach and mission.

This ministry consists of Day Star Seniors, Acts of Light, Cub & Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Faith and Fitness.

The McGee Ministry of Worship’s purpose is to ensure our members understand the importance of worship in order to effectively motivate others to attend worship services. Worship ministries are conducted by associate ministers, deacons, the music department, the Care Cell, adult and youth praise dancers and the announcement team.

This ministry includes senior and junior ushers, Hands In Ministry, the 7:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. choirs, the Male Chorus, the Thursday Night Choir and Destined For Christ.

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“Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.” 1 Peter 4:10