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 Wednesday Morning Bible Study 

We gather as brothers and sisters in Christ to study and discuss the Word of God every Wednesday morning from 10:30 to 12:00. Bob Sylva takes the lead here, but Bryan also helps with teaching and facilitating. We believe it is essential to the growing walk of every believer that we are regularly in the Word, studying, meditating, chewing on, and being challenged by its truths. Wednesday morning bible study is just one way we seek to do this as a family. Anyone is welcome to join us!

Women’s Ministry

The women meet weekly for Bible Study and fellowship.  In addition, there are special events planned periodically to encourage women to invite their friends. 
The past year there were excursions to a local bee farm, cooking classes hosted by a local chef, and an English Tea.  
Contact:  Tammy Staff,
                Karen Gracey,


Here at Boquete Bible Fellowship we have a growing library, with a variety of Christian books to assist you in the study of God’s word, encourage you in your spiritual growth, and inspire you in your daily walk with Christ. Our collection falls within the categories of Bibles, Bible Study Guides and Devotionals, Children & Youth, Non-fiction, Fiction and Music. Topics include Apologetics, Marriage, Biographies, Evangelism, Short Stories, Finances, Bible Commentaries and much more – all with a view to gaining God’s wisdom and perspective in our lives.



This team at BBF fills an important role, as they are the initial contact with visitors. They are responsible for opening up the facility, guiding traffic, helping visitors, answering questions, directing attendees to their seats, and generally ensuring that the service can proceed problem-free. The team is a servant-hearted group of men and women whose ministry is integral to church life.

Contact: Richard and Kim Hunt,

Deacon Ministry

The Deacon Ministry is made up of spiritually mature individuals who have been gifted and called by God to serve the body as deacons. They have been examined and found to be qualified for the office (1 Timothy 3:8-13). Our deacons have many responsibilities including, but not limited to, service administration, ushering, offering, serving communion, building maintenance, special projects, giving special attention to “the least of these,” and managing benevolence spending. Because Jesus Christ is the literal head of our church, these individuals also spend considerable time helping the pastoral staff to discern decisions while skillfully leading as servants.

Music & Worship

God-honoring worship is something we strive for. We encourage people to get involved in our music and worship ministry. Some play their instruments. Some are vocalists. Others are involved in media resources. We ask those interested in serving to become involved in our worship ministry. They are an important part of the ministry of Boquete Bible Fellowship, using their talents and gifts to glorify God. Contact: Tammy Staff,


Intercessory Prayer Team

We have established an Intercessory Prayer team of volunteers to pray for the ministry of the BBF family and our community. Throughout the week, the Team prays for our pastor and staff, community outreach and confidential prayer requests.

Contact: Tammy Staff,

Media & Technology

Communicating the gospel via media and technology is very much a part of our world today.  To that end, we have a team that coordinates sound and video during Sunday morning worship, uploads sermons to the website, and provides up-to-date information on all aspects of our fellowship to our website and Facebook page.  
Contact: Tyler Langer,


In our multi-lingual community, our desire is that no one is excluded from worshiping with us because of a language barrier.  We provide real-time translation into Spanish using the latest in wireless technology.
Contact:  Noelia N. Gamarra,

Care Team

We saw a need to provide specific assistance and services to our church family. The Care Team was established to address those needs:

    T: transportation – such as to appointments, meetings, church, shopping
    E: errands – such as picking up medications, groceries, paying bills
    A: assistance – personal help with the activities of daily living
    M: meals on a short-term basis
Contact: Rachel Andrews,