This Sunday we kickoff a new message series. As we continue to live in a world changed by a global pandemic, we attempt to learn from the history found in the Bible. In the Old Testament book of Numbers we see a people being led by God through a space “between”—from slaves to the promised land. As they journeyed from Egypt into the promise of a better future...their present was filled with lessons and daily opportunities to trust God. Join us as we search God’s word for lessons in how to live and trust in God...in-between.
THIS Sunday, May 2 at 12:45, we will be hosting a virtual Welcome Lunch for those who may be newer to BCC. It will be an informal time sharing some virtual Mexican food, and to meet some of our staff and elders. Sign up at email@example.com and we will send you the Zoom information.
STARTS NEXT MONDAY! On Monday nights during the month of May, our Prayer Ministry leader Toni Wright will be teaching on Praying Scripture. The teaching will be held May 3, 10, 17 and 24 from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm in the Prayer Room. Park in the back lot and enter through the Warehouse entrance. For those four weeks, open prayer will be held from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm.
The Prayer Room will be closed Memorial Day, May 31.The Prayer Room will resume open prayer during regular hours 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm on Mondays in June.
Next Thursday is the annual National Day of Prayer. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the signing of the National Day of Prayer into law by President Truman. Every year, on the first Thursday in May, people are asked to turn to God in prayer and meditation. We ask you to set aside some time that day to pray for our country, its leaders, and how the Church can positively impact the nation.
The Greene County Prayer Coalition is inviting folks to an NDOP event, hosted by Kirkmont Presbyterian Church in Beavercreek, at 6:30 pm on Thursday, May 6.
On Sunday evening, May 16 at 5:30 pm, we will be holding a SideWalk Chalk Art Show. We are inviting EVERYONE to pick a parking spot to decorate—individuals, families, home groups, kids! We'll supply the chalk. Bring your own food and lawn chairs. Then take a walk around to reconnect with friends and admire their masterpieces.
We are so excited that BCC is a host location for this year’s Work as Worship Retreat. Join thousands of Christian business professionals and church leaders across the country for a livestream event to hear how to connect faith and work. This event can bring people of all backgrounds and work experiences together to help break down the wall between Sunday and the rest of the week.
This year’s speakers include David Steward, Jon Acuff, John Maxwell, Louie Giglio, Stephanie Chung, Dr. Henry Cloud, and Brandon Mann.
For the next couple of months, we want to show some love to health care workers. We invite you to creatively show love to folks who work in healthcare of all kinds: nurses, doctors, counselors, social workers, etc. As you do so, we invite you to share with us stories of how God is at work.
As we are trying to stay connected as a church getting info out to you and helping you connect is vitally important, which is why we’ve built BaseCamp. To make that connection as easy as possible we are asking everyone to set up BaseCamp on your phone’s home screen. Follow the link below for short instructional video on how you can do that and stay connected with us.