Local Ministries supported by BWC

The Center for Women

The Cove Ministries

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Cops for Kids

Southern Wesleyan  Univ. Good News Club

BWC Mission Travel Fund

SAFE

Bread of Life

Gideons

Cops for kids

BWC partners with local law enforcement, Transylvania County Sheriff's Dept. and Brevard Police Dept. to insure that all children in the county have a Merry Christmas. 


good news club

Good News Club  is a Bible-based club that meets after school at Brevard Elementary.  BWC members lead in Bible and mission stories, songs, and activities that take the Gospel message into our local schools. 

In the first semester of 2023, 11 children accepted Christ as their Savior.  There was an average attendance of 38 children.  the semester ended with a Christmas Party where each child received a Bible or a Devotional Guide, a cross bracelet, a cross clip; and a Books of the Bible bookmark






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The center for women

The Sanctity of Life of Transylvania County (DBA The Center for Women) is a Christian medical facility providing free services such as pregnancy testing, limited OB ultrasound and confidential counseling to women experienceing an unplanned pregnancy; the purpose being to provide compassionate care and information which will enable her to make an informed decision concerning her own well being as well as that of her child. 

  • fellowship of christian athletes

    Since 1954  FCA has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, middle, and elementary school to use the powerful platform of sport to reach every coach and every athlete with the transforming power of Jesus Christ.  FCA is in Transylvania County Schools and BWC supports it through our Easter Offering. 

  • Transylvania Christian Ministry

    Sharing House is a community-based organization that leverages the time and expertise of hundreds of volunteers to meet the needs of under-resourced residents of Transylvania County. Founded in 1981 by a group of local congregations, we are now over 48 congregations and thousands of individuals and businesses who work together to alleviate the suffering of our Neighbors.

  • cove shelter

    Cove Shelter, an emergency shelter fo ranyone without a roof over their head through the winder months will open Nov. 1 and will take the place of code purple.  It will provide individuals with a wa plae to stay throughout the coldest onths of the year.  Nov. 1sr - March 31st. Included in this shelter will be a warm meal nightly, the ability to shower and do laundry.  It is open three months of the year from 5pm to 8 am.  BWC supports this ministry through our Easter offering.