Local Missions

Local Mission activities to help B3 Church reach out into our community. Please contact B3 Church at 859-384-1717 to get more information on any of these missions. 


    AWANA stands for “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed” (2 Timothy 2:15).  AWANA is committed to evangelism and the discipleship of children and youth.  Discipling our children is perhaps one of the most important things we can do for this generation as they are the future of the church.  Consider the statistics that only nine percent of Christian youth and one third of born again adults believe in absolute truth.  George Barna warns, “The church must focus on children and children’s ministry.  We have virtually lost a generation, we cannot afford to lose another one.”  AWANA is dedicated to getting as much of God’s word as deep into the hearts of as many children as possible so that they can be the next generation to proclaim God’s truths.


    Join us Wednesday evenings (September thru April) at 6:45pm-8:05pm at B3 in the ROC (part of Family nights) to memorize scripture, participate in periodic mission projects and have a lot of fun!


    Contact:   Tonya Arrasmith

  • Boone County Fair

    B3 Church provides assistance at the entrance gates so that visitors see a friendly face as their initial contact when coming to the fair.  It’s also a great way to spread the word about B3.



    Come help us spread the word about B3 Church and show the love of Christ by joining us the Saturday evening before the fair’s  Monday start at the Boone County Fair Grounds located at 5819 Idlewild Road in Burlington. 


    Contact:  Norb Mathis

  • Girls in Action

    Girls in Action is a mission discipleship organization for girls in grades 1- 6. Through GAs, girls learn about, pray for, give to and do missions work.  They also make new friends and have lots of fun.


    Girls meet monthly all day on a Sunday and Wednesday nights during the summer.  They can come participate in periodic outings, camps, sleep overs, and learn about Global Missions. Summer Camp Dates to be determined.

    Contact:  Jeannie Jones

  • Truckers Chapel (closed while undergoing renovation)

    B3 Church provides a spiritual comfort and a friendly face to those away from home every Sunday morning.  These services allow traveling truckers to be able to worship while traveling.


    Attend services, walk the parking lot inviting truckers, sing, bring a short message, be a friend, and be in prayer for those who attend services.  Services are held every Sunday from 9-10am at the TA Truck Stop on

    Route 338/I-75 interchange, Exit 175.

    Contact:  Scott Warner

  • Fall into Fun Festival

    We gather for a Family fun night at B3 in hopes of connecting with families of our community through a Family friendly evening. Children and families are invited to participate in a Bible Character Costume Contest.  Dress as your favorite Bible Character or Story!


    Sign up to bring Chili/Soup for our contest or sandwiches, dessert, candy, Cake Walk items, or 2 liter drinks. Help promote this event throughout the community. 


    Contact:  Church Office, 384–1717

  • VBS (Vacation Bible School)

    Our goal is for the Lord to use VBS to reach kids with The Gospel of Christ and equip them to stand on the authority of God’s Word.  Each year, we present the Truth of Scripture with creative and exciting themes to engage kids with Christ. We offer classes from preschool to 7th grade including games, music, drama, crafts, and relevant Bible lessons.

    VBS is usually in June or July at B3.  Please sign-up and attend, bring brothers, sisters, and friends.  Adults can lead groups, games, prepare snacks, and teach.  Youth (8th grade and above) can assist if meeting training requirements. We will wrap up the week with a carnival.



    Contact:  Church Office, 384-1717

  • WOM (Women on Mission)

    Women on Mission are ongoing missions’ involvement and learning that extends across the globe.  As part of Women on Mission, ladies have the opportunity to participate in missions that enable them to experience a variety of ways to serve Christ.


    Come to monthly meetings and participate in our monthly mission projects, give monetarily to help support our projects, lead a program at our monthly meeting.  We meet the first Monday of each month at 7pm in Room 117.


    Contact:  Jeannie Jones