Briarwood's Mission Statement
For God’s glory, Briarwood Presbyterian Church is committed to equipping Christians to worship God and reach Birmingham to reach the world for Christ.
Our Graduates & Career Ministry is dedicated to fulfilling this mission through Sunday school worship and teaching, Bible studies, prayer meetings, seasonal retreats, social activities, mercy ministry, community outreach, and overseas mission trips.
Graduates & Career Vision Statement
The G&C Community at Briarwood desires to be a Christ-Centered, Gospel-driven, and Spirit-filled community where every member is engaged in the four pillars of ministry: Prayer, The Word, In Reach, and Outreach.
Join us as we "grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ."
ministry & service opportunities
Canned Food Drive (August 16)
Canned/Non-Perishable Food Drivebenefiting Oak Mountain Mission Bring your non-perishables ... more info
Canned/Non-Perishable Food Drivebenefiting Oak Mountain Mission
Bring your non-perishables in a bag or box on Sunday morning and leave them behind your vehicle. They will be picked up while you are in church or Sunday School.
God has called us to put love into action by loving our neighbors as ourselves. Briarwood answers this call, in part, through the Mercy Ministry. Overseen by the Diaconate, the Mercy Ministry is responsible for distributing mercy funds, responding to needs of members in the community, and reaching out through mercy programs to seek the lost.
Contact the Mercy Ministry at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Festival of Hope (August 14-16)
Greater Birmingham Festival of Hopewith Franklin Graham August 14-16 @ Bartow Arena ... more info
Greater Birmingham Festival of Hope
with Franklin Graham
August 14-16 @ Bartow Arena
Franklin Graham and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association are bringing the Good News of Christ to the Greater Birmingham region on August 14-16. Featuring musical performances by Newsboys, Lacey, Michael W. Smith, Kari Jobe, and more, with special guest hosts Amena Brown and DJ OPDiggy. There will also be a special message from Franklin Graham.
No tickets are required. Seating is first come, first serve. Doors open 90 minutes before the festival starts.
The website for the Festival is www.greaterbirminghamfestival.org