Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Community News 3/14/17

Beginning @ Brevard
It's important that you have a church you can call home for yourself or your family.  We invite you to make Brevard Community Church that place you call home.  Being part of BCC means you are part of the family here and part of a community changing the world and doing life together.  

Beginning @ Brevard is offered to give you a chance to hear firsthand from your lead pastor the vision and values of BCC.  Essentially, Beginning @ Brevard is a gathering designed to give you the lowdown on what's up.  It's where you can get familiar with WHO we are, WHERE we are headed, WHY it's important, and HOW you can get in on it.  Make plans to be there.  So, if you're "beginning @ Brevard" B@B is the perfect place to begin moving into a more dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ.  

See you tomorrow, March 15th in the Auditorium.  "Dinner by Donation," Hawg Wild BBQ & fixins' will begin at 6:00 PM.   B@B, Preschool Ministry and Children's Ministry will begin at 6:30 PM.  

Women's Friday Bible Study
This 5 week Bible Study will be using Priscilla Shirer's book, "Breathe, Making Room for Sabbath."  They will meet on Fridays from 9:30 to 11:30 AM beginning this Friday, March 17th.  For more information, call the church office at 884-5932.  

KidzZone Leader
We have a group of kids who need you to encourage them in the faith on Sunday mornings right now!  Become an integral part of preparing the next generation of dynamic Jesus worshipers by giving elementary age kids your attention and heart in the KidzZone.  Contact Pastor Chris at 553-7583 or chris@brevardcommunity.org. 

Preschool Ministry
There are opportunities for you to show and teach God's love to the children in the Preschool Ministry.  Please contact Tracy Pace at 884-5932 or email tracy@brevardcommunity.org for more information. 

Go Bags
If you would like to be involved with the future creation of a "Go Bag" for a child who requires rapid replacement in DSS custody, please contact Kathie Williams at the Children's Center at 885-7288.  To see more of the circumstances that are common for a child entering foster care, view the short film "ReMoved" at www.removedfilm.com.