*All meetings are masked, spaced, and ventilated
Sunday Worship Service
A welcoming, uplifting, non-judgmental, safe, spaced, sanitized, and circulated atmosphere. We sing together, pray together, hear a Bible-based sermon, and seek God.
Absolutely everyone is welcome.
176 Katama Road in Edgartown and on Facebook Live
(Strictly) Bible Study
Reading and talking through the Book of Genesis:
First People and What We Can Learn from Them
48 Dodger's Hole Road in Edgartown
(look for the candle in the window and "BOH" sign). Also on Facebook Live
Praise & Prayer
A safe, informal, relaxed, minimally-structured, edifying time of musical worship and prayer.
Come ready to give a word of thanks, a prayer, a song, an encouragement, or read a Scripture.
"A spiritual gift is given to each of us so we can help each other" (I Corinthians 12:7).
10 Windy Hill Road in Oak Bluffs and on Facebook Live
“Our missionaries carry our hearts
where we cannot go”
Beacon of Hope helps support 4 such missionaries: Pastor Bill Devlin, ministering in Nigeria, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, and more.
Pastor Hanna Massad, ministering in Gaza and refugees in Jordan (featured in this recent magazine article -
An unnamed person who ministers in a nation antagonistic to Christianity.
Seth Irby (pictured at right with his family) who leads a Performing Artists Team here in the States.
Serving Hands Food Distribution
We encourage people to help this local organization affiliated with Martha's Vineyard Community Services which helps local people in need. Next distribution date is Friday the 29th, 1:30 PM at First Baptist Church of VH. Come and help (park and sign-up at Saint Augustine's on Franklin street). If you need food contact Alicia at
(Pictured: Pastor Greg Bar, Joyce C, Wyatt and Chrissy D. Hailee was also there, but not in the picture)
Operation Christmas Child
Part of Samaritan's Purse, this annual ministry easily and joyfully gathers and puts toys, necessities, and the gospel into the hands of needy children around the world. This year, Beacon of Hope was able to help them with 80 boxes! (that's Melissa V and Melinda D pictured).
About Beacon of Hope
Beacon of Hope is a non-denominational, independent, Christian church on Martha's Vineyard. It was started in 2014 by a group of believers in Jesus who were called to start a new fellowship for Islanders and visitors alike.
After setting an excellent foundation Rev. Don Bradley retired as the lead pastor. Rev. Greg Bar has returned to the Island to pastor the church. He is joined by Associate Pastor Rev. John McCormick who helped found Beacon of Hope.
As a body of believers we are committed to following Jesus and walking as He walked in loving our neighbors, caring for those in need, studying His word, worshipping and praying together, and growing in His grace and wisdom.
We welcome all people to join us, even if you aren't sure that church is for you. We want to share Christ's love and freedom with you.
Contact us, reach out on Facebook, or drop in (in person or online) to any of our meetings.
Our meetings are also on YouTube (hopemv) and MVTV Sundays mornings at 11 (and mvtv.org).
“I am the light of the world.
Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness,
but will have the light of life."
"In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven."
(Gospel of John 8:12 and Gospel of Matthew 5:16)
Connect With Beacon of Hope
We are here for you!
Do you have questions about God?
Want to learn more about Faith?
Learn how to join our community?
In need of prayer?
Or just want to talk with a pastor?
Use this form or connect with us on facebook at facebook.com/BeaconOfHopeMV