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Rhea County Juvenile Detention Center

Every Sunday afternoon at 2pm, our pastor visits the Rhea County Juvenile Detention center. Bogles Chapel Baptist Church started this ministry in our small town in 2006.  Since that time, Brother Aaron Revis delivers a message to the young people that are in custody. We have over the past few years seen souls saved by this ministry. The members at Bogles Chapel Baptist Church know that many of the young people found in the Rhea County Juvenile Detention center are typically from broken homes and are facing charges or have been convicted of Unruly conduct, Assault, and Drug charges. At Bogles Chapel Baptist Church we acknowledge that the bible teaches in Acts 1:8But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. And in Acts 28:31 “Preaching the kingdom of God, and teaching those things which concern the Lord Jesus Christ, with all confidence, no man forbidding him.” Bogles Chapel acknowledges that the Bible teaches us to minister to everyone! Starting in our own community then our county and state, also reaching out to our country and around the Globe! Bogles Chapel is a mission minded church that believes in missions at home as well as abroad.  The Youth served at the Rhea County Juvenile detention Center are from Rhea County and reflect a need in our community for Christ.  These young people need positive role models, stability, and guidance.  Most importantly, they need to know about our Savior Jesus Christ, who loved them so much that he died for each one of them.  Please join us at Bogles Chapel Baptist Church in prayer for each and every one of these young people and for this ministry. 

Thank you and May God bless you!