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New Worship Schedule Has Begun!

In-Person at 8:45 a.m. in the Sanctuary (for now for safety reasons)

  • Informal and intimate
  • Communion every week
  • Hymns with piano or guitar
  • Scripture, sermon, prayers
  • Family tables up front
  • Masking, social distancing


In-Person at 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary

  • Traditional
  • Communion served monthly
  • Choir leads hymn singing and offers an anthem
  • Special music with varying instruments
  • Scripture, sermon, prayers and children’s time
  • Family tables up front
  • Masking, social distancing


  • Online, streamed live at 8:45 a.m. on Facebook and YouTube
  • Worship anywhere and anytime- the videos will always be available for you to access after they are published
  • Created to be watched on a screen
  • Scripture, sermon and response, music, and children’s time


Angel Tree Shoppers AND Deliverers Needed

Angel Tree provides a child a loving and tangible connection with their incarcerated parent at Christmas.

Choose one of two ways to sponsor a child:

1.   Pick an angel off the Angel Tree in the narthex ...OR…

2.    Sign up online to sponsor a child  

Each child will receive two gifts, one fun toy/gift plus a gift of clothing. You shop, wrap and return them to the church by Sunday, December 12 by 11:00 AM. 

If you'd rather not shop, donations are being accepted. Let volunteer shoppers do the legwork for you! Volunteers are also needed to deliver the gifts to the families on Sunday December 19th following worship. Sign up in the narthex at the angel tree table or contact Barb Blanke directly at


Advent at Broad Street

Candle Lighting on Zoom

Sundays in Advent at 7:00 p.m.

All ages are welcome to join us on Zoom each Sunday evening in Advent as we light a candle each week. All you need is 4 candles or an advent wreath... and wear your PJs if you like! We will sing, do a little show-and-tell, reflect on the season, and we will all light our Advent candle for that week. This gathering will be about 20 mins.


Advent Devotionals at Broad Street

As we enter the season of Advent we offer three kinds of Advent devotionals as guides while we wait for the coming of the Christ child.

  • For families and children: Less is More, a printed devotional and calendar, available from Brittany at church.
  • A traditional printed devotional called In the Fullness of Time, featuring the writings of priest, writer and theologian Henri Nouwen, available in the entryway at church.
  • An online devotional from Presbyterians Today called “Come to Bethlehem and Be Nourished.” It interweaves themes of bread and bread making with writings by Howard Thurman. Click here for week two

Christmas Eve Services

Broad Street will be offering 4 worship services on Christmas Eve, and one includes LIVE ANIMALS!



Service Day Stations

December 5, 2021 

Stay after in-person worship on December 5 to help with our service day! You can serve at any of these stations or go to more than one. Stay for 10 minutes or an hour, we will be glad to have your help for what you can give! All ages needed and welcomed. 

-Cookie Bags for Food Pantry (assemble/decorate) 

-Pack toiletry kits for Food Pantry 

-Sign cards for God’s Treasures 

-Pack and deliver groceries in the Food Pantry for Cambridge Arms, income-based senior housing near Broad St.

-Virtual Caroling by singing or playing fun instruments with a group to video and send to homebound members this season! 


Installation of Bethany Pastor Edward Lewis

Sunday, December 5 at 4 p.m.

Broad Streeters are invited to share in this special service of welcome for Bethany's pastor Edward Lewis, Sunday, December 5 at 4 p.m. at Bethany Presbyterian Church, 206 North Garfield Avenue.


The Great Resignation

December 12 @ 9:30 and noon, 30-minute conversation in Palmer Hall 

There are a record number of people leaving their jobs in search of more flexibility and more happiness and better compensation. Many are rethinking what work means to them, how they are valued, and how they spend their time. Some are leaving their jobs and looking for new employment because they want a life that contains more meaning and connection. Others are making similar decisions around volunteer commitments. Amy will host a conversation about how this is playing out in our lives and the ways in which God may be at work as we seek to live more abundant, connected, thoughtful lives. 


Annual Campaign Update

We give thanks that as of December 1 we have received 181 pledges totaling $923,274.00 toward the mission and ministry of BSPC in 2022.

There’s still time to pledge using the digital pledge card on the Central Hub at or using the pledge cards available in the Sanctuary pew racks and on the Narthex ledge.



Broad Streeter Linda Berry has a daughter, also named Linda, who is a chef. For years, Chef Berry has made turkey soup from BSPC’s Thanksgiving meal leftovers, and shared it with the community through the Food Pantry. This year Chef Berry offers us her recipe.