Our mission statement
Alliance Berean Church exists to glorify God by introducing people to Jesus Christ, lovingly nurturing them to maturity and equipping them for their ministry and life mission.
In 1961, two families in Alliance contacted the Berean pastors from Scottsbluff and Mitchell, Nebraska, about planting a church in Alliance. After much prayer and evaluation, these pastors began driving to Alliance to hold Bible studies in various homes.
The first pastor was called and the first service was held on Sunday, June 1, 1962. Six families met for a while in the Women’s Club building until the group purchased a vacant Baptist building in 1964. A new facility was built on the present site at the corner of Emerson and 18th in 1974.
Five pastors have served Alliance Berean in the course of its history. There has also been a consistent outreach ministry to children with VBS and AWANA over the years. From its inception the goal of Alliance Berean has been to be a missionary minded, Bible-preaching church.
Our mission and denomination
ABC is affiliated with the Berean Fellowship of Churches. The Fellowship is poised in the early years of the 21st century to have a global impact on the advancement of the gospel. The Fellowship is committed to a vision of “Planting Churches, Making Disciples, and Reaching the World.” ��� We are diligent to accomplish this vision by working to establish and nurture a fellowship of interdependent churches and related ministries in strategic areas.
To this end the Berean Church Fellowship is pursuing strategic church planting opportunities in the United States and internationally. Our churches in the United States comprise a unified base that strengthens our international outreach. The Fellowship is also engaged in several strategic partnerships that allow us to maximize our churches’ resources for the cause of Christ.
The Berean Church Fellowship was built upon a solid biblical foundation and has always placed special emphasis on the authority of Scripture, the supremacy of Jesus Christ, and the importance of advancing the gospel through personal relationships, church planting, and world missions.