History

Believers Chapel North (BCN) began in March 1991 as a church plant of Believers Chapel in Cicero in response to interest expressed to Pastor Paul Wagner for a similar church in Oswego County.

Responding to this desire, Pastor Wagner began ministering the Word of God to a handful of people in a Sunday night "preaching station" Pulaski Elementary School. The preaching station format offered worship and Bible preaching but no children's ministry.

In January 1992, the church moved to its present location in Mexico. Renovations began immediately to transform the building (originally used as a barn, and later as a lumberyard) into a suitable place for a church to meet.

Manny Josbena was installed as Pastor of BCN in 1993 and the church continued to thrive under his excellent leadership.

It wasn't long before the south end of the building (which now houses our Education Wing) no longer met the needs of the growing fellowship. An overhaul of the pole barn, which had previously stored lumberyard materials, was begun to accommodate the ever increasing congregation. Slowly it took shape into the comfortable sanctuary, church offices, foyer and prayer room you see today.

In September of 2007, Paul Anderson was installed as pastor of Believers Chapel North. As we trust God for continued growth, BCN is sure to see additional renovations and additions inside and out. God has plans for BCN!

"For I know the plans that I have for you", declares the LORD, " plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope." Jeremiah 29:11

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