This Sunday is Palm Sunday, which begins our journey into Holy Week.  The service will be available on Youtube as usual and will include the dedication of the crosses that you all dropped off, as well as highlights from two private baptisms we celebrated. Maundy Thursday service will be available on Thursday morning, April 1, on Youtube. …

The ‘One Great Hour of Sharing’ channels resources for international programs in health, education and agricultural development, emergency relief, refugee ministries, and both international and domestic disaster response, administered by the wider Church Ministries, Global Sharing of Resources. The One Great Hour of Sharing offering is taken on the fourth Sunday of Lent annually. BCC…

“Give Up Something Bad For Lent” by James W. Moore is an easy read with profound spiritual insights.  During Lent each year, Christians give up something as an act of sacrifice and spiritual discipline. Often it is something like chocolate, knowing that after Easter Sunday they can once again enjoy what they have given up….

(by Gay Lehman) In worship I shared the “Ella and the thank you jar story” because some of the ladies in my pew were amazed at all the coins and asking about it.  What I didn’t add was the rest of the story. Ella started out naming “categories” (animals, people, food, plants, etc.) — but…

This year the Liturgical Arts Team has come up with a meaningfully simple way to honor the season.  The focus will be on “A Time to Let Go – A Time to Receive”.  We begin with a simple, sacrificial meal at 6pm on Wednesday, March 6.  Soup and bread will be served and following the…

Holy Week Worship at BCC Holy Week (the week leading up to and including Easter) is a special time in the life of the church.  As we approach the end of our journey through Lent we encounter one of the most sacred and meaningful times in the life of the Christian story and in the…

A Lenten Mission Project of BCC Children’s Church Remember getting an Easter Basket?  It was always a fun and exciting way to celebrate Easter.  And yet, we are aware that for many children and families extra goodies are not a reality.  They are struggling for basic necessities.  And so, our BCC Children’s Church will be…

Art and Faith – an Adult Study Opportunity Tuesday mornings from 9:30am-11am  (Feb. 20-March 27) Wednesday evening from 7-8:30pm  (Feb. 28 –March 28) Join us for our Lenten Adult Study Series! Using a resource from Loyola Press, we will begin each session with short video focusing on a classic work of visual art.  From there…

Weekly Worship Opportunities – Sundays at 10:00am  “Look, I’ll pour out my spirit on you. I’ll reveal my words to you.” –Wisdom (from Proverbs) Have you ever misplaced your phone–which is on vibrate of course–and then asked someone to call it? We get really still and really quiet. Our ears perk up in all directions…

  Easter is the most spiritually significant holiday in the Christian year… or at least it should be.  However, it tends to lose out to Christmas, which is much more commercialized.  Maybe that’s a good thing.  It means that Easter can hold a spiritual significance without being overtaken by the secular culture.  Yet, I think…

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