Below are just some of the ways that the Britton Road family supports our neighbors at home and around the world.

Meals on Wheels

Each Tuesday morning a loyal group meets at the building to prepare a meal that will be delivered to people all across our community. It is a program that involves a great deal of effort and produces a lot of goodwill. The volunteers look forward to their deliveries but not as much as the recipients. It is a chance to have interaction with a caring person. Often it is the most important event in an elderly person’s day. Jesus knew the importance of meeting physical needs, and as our wonderful volunteers go about their tasks they carry the loving concern of the Master. Envision how God can use you as a “Point of Light” in this great ministry.

Foreign Mission Campaigns

Many Britton Road members serve and teach in foreign countries every year. Campaigns and mission efforts have taken members to Haiti, Nicaragua, Germany, Australia, China, the Philippines, India, Ethiopia, Hungary, Japan, Brazil, etc. Where could you go and what can you do to be a “Point of Light” in a foreign land?

Free English Classes

FriendSpeak is the domestic version of Let’s Start Talking, an internationally known and proven program that uses the Word of God to help others improve their English language skills. Are you a good listener? Do you care about people? Are you patient, flexible, and able to carry on a conversation? Maybe God can use you as a “Point of Light” in this ministry.

Tae Kwan Do

Offered every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:00 to 8:00PM. The fee for classes is only $10/mo, after initial equipment purchase of $70-100.

Greek Community Classes

Britton Road offers classes free of charge to the community.   Currently, these classes provide members of the community the unique opportunity to learn biblical Greek and Hebrew.  The following new classes will begin in January 2011:  Beginning Greek, Beginning Hebrew, and Intermediate Greek.  The classes will alternate on Tuesday nights, each class meeting once every three weeks from 7:00-8:30.  For details see the links below, call (405) 843-0300, or email [email protected].