Beautiful Gate Ministry


Your gift will enable Beautiful Gate Church to provide food and lodging to villagers coming to the city for medical care, as well as follow-up pastoral care, encouragement, and support in local villages.


Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.
MATTHEW 28:19, 20

Beautiful Gate Church ministers to the impoverished, people with disabilities, single mothers, day laborers, and those unable to work. A key ministry of the Beautiful Gate Church is the care of people who travel great distances for medical treatment. Each patient and their caregivers experience holistic care during their time in the capital city. Food and accommodation, arrangements for medical treatments, and transportation are provided as church volunteers assist in navigating the entire process.

Many of these villagers come to church services during their lengthy stays, and many return to their villages with newfound faith in Christ. Beautiful Gate’s ministry extends further as pastoral teams make regular visits to the villages providing preaching, discipleship, baptism, and leadership training.  As of 2017, twenty-one house fellowships have been established in different parts of the country including a ministry in a Leprosy Colony.

“In the 2015-2016 fiscal year, 306 patients went through this program;
among them, 100 children with heart defects received life-saving treatment,
and 91 children with disabilities received rehabilitation treatment. Also,
after an earthquake hit our country, we were blessed with structurally sound
buildings and were able to support more than 10,000 individuals with
immediate needs.”
// Beautiful Gate pastor

Pray that more will come to faith in Christ through the work of the Beautiful Gate ministry. Pray also for the spiritual growth of these new and developing churches. Finally, pray for the safety of the leaders as they travel to remote villages.