Programs

Sunday School

Each Sunday morning, outstanding classes for Bible Study are offered. Classes range from age-appropriate to intergenerational. Bible study may occur in a more traditional form with classes for men and women or co-ed classes. Curriculum varies according to the class. Most use Bible-based literature, however, some classes choose Christian book or Bible studies. You are encouraged to try several classes until you have found your place for spiritual growth.

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Church Family Night

Each Wednesday of the school year, adults are welcome to attend an evening of good food, great fellowship, prayer, Bible study and Sanctuary Choir rehearsal. Everything begins with a meal served from 5-6 p.m. A prayer-time is held following the meal. Bible study occurs in two forms, a smaller group study and a large group study, an individual’s choice. This is a most popular evening for all ages!

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Church Library

There’s something for everyone in the church library. Open on Sundays and Wednesdays (available at other times with appointment), the library offers a large variety of reading materials – reference, fiction, children’s books, history, non-fiction, etc. The Library Committee seeks to serve you. Please come and visit this wonderful resource.

Recreation

During the year, a variety of events are planned by the church’s Recreation Committee. Golf Tournaments, Tee Ball, Tennis Tournaments, Family Days, Fall Festivals are a few of the opportunities for members of your family. The church newsletter, The Broadmoor Bulletin, announces recreational events as they occur.

First Place

A Christ-centered weight-loss program, First Place, is led by BBC members and is held in the church’s facilities. The program is in 13-week segments and teaches participants a healthy lifestyle supported by Bible study, exercise and group encouragement. First Place sessions are announced through church publicity.

Church Blood Bank

Two blood drives are held each year to assist with this life-giving ministry. Appointments are recommended but drop-ins are always welcome. The blood drives occur at the church and published through church publicity.