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Beth Rapha, meaning “House of Healing” in Hebrew, is a non-denominational church in Pomona, N.Y. that delivers the message of salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ to people around the globe. We believe that people can experience transformation in their lives as they learn to love the Lord Jesus Christ. In loving Christ, people are healed in every area of their lives and can then impact the lives of others.

Beth Rapha was founded in 2001 by the Rev. Dr. Jacqueline E. McCullough, a second generation preacher who prior to pastoring spent more than 30 years teaching and preaching the gospel to millions of people. While on a missionary trip to Portmore, Jamaica, Rev. McCullough announced her call to the office of pastor. The first services were held at the Biblion Family Bookstore in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, N.Y. with about 10 members. Rev. McCullough preached the first message from John 4:29-32, “Behold the Souls are Coming.” Today, Beth Rapha has grown to more than 300 members with a global audience through online ministry.

Under the leadership of Rev. McCullough, the ministry has served over 30,000 people on medical missions to Jamaica, West Indies and Monrovia, Liberia. Beth Rapha is currently developing the Destiny Academy, a K-8 school in Monrovia, Liberia. The ministry provides the academy with educational materials, nutritious meals for the students and supports salaries for the school’s teachers.

Beth Rapha meets the diverse needs of the community through ministries such as Christian Education, Unbreakable Marriage, Uncommon People, Anchored Singles, Youth Ministry, Church Life and Worship Arts. To prepare generations to teach and preach the Word of God and direct people toward God, Rev. McCullough established the Beth Rapha Christian College and Theological Seminary in 2010.