"There is one body, but it has many parts. But all its many parts make up one body. It is the same with Christ." 1 Corinthians 12:12
Nursery is available every Sunday for Infants & Toddlers throughout the Sunday morning service.
every Sunday morning
Every Sunday, after Praise and Prayer, are welcome to join our Children’s Church where they learn about Jesus and how much He loves us. We explore Bible stories and scripture verses through fun talks, songs, crafts, and games.
every Sunday morning
An evening of dinner, crafting, conversation, and fun for girls Grades 3-7 on the 3rd Friday of each month. All girls are welcome and can feel free to bring a friend! Cost is $5 each/time and includes dinner and craft materials.
On the third Friday of each month
are welcome to join us on the first three Fridays of each month from
For an engaging experience of fun and spiritual growth in the community.
Our Youth Group exists:
To provide space to encounter God and wrestle with questions of life and faith.
What are POD groups?
POD groups are the container to help BCCC participate in deeper relationships and growth that come from “the 3.”
The purpose of POD groups is found in its DNA
Discipleship - We practice and grow in the WAY of Jesus, not just learning his WORDS and WORKS.
Nurture - These relationships provide the PRIMARY CARE of BCCC and although are the first responders to any encouragement, ministry, and prayer needed, they also are an avenue of communication for further support (Pastor, prayer chain, congregational care, etc.)
Accountability - Although we want to be attentive to any hurtful practice that moves you further from the WAY of Jesus, the accountability is more focused around “the gym partner” keeping you accountable in exercising practices.
PODs AREN’T traditional Small groups, Life groups, Bible studies, or accountability groups
1. PODs create a disciple making CULTURE not discipleship courses or training. Discipleship happens “out there” in real life.
2. Following Jesus isn’t a informational course, rather it is a journey that involves movement.
3. Coaching happens in community.
Do you have your three?
"The purpose of Bible study is to collectively grasp an understanding of God through His Word.
These groups become small communities often sharing this personal journey to discovering the meaning of the passage."