BSPC Garden Maintenance Mornings
This summer, on the fourth Saturday of each month (June 25, July 23 & August 27), 10:30-11:30 a.m., join Food Pantry Director Kathy Kelly-Long and Neighborhood Ministries Director Tracy Ross in the BSPC Garden to harvest, weed, water, and fellowship. RSVP below on the Central Hub.
Summer Theme: Come to The Water
This summer we are going to have “swimming lessons” aka intergenerational lessons and activities all centered around water stories in the Bible. Come explore your creative side and grow in faith alongside all generations. This will happen right after worship at 11:30 a.m. for around 30 minutes to an hour, and pack a picnic lunch! This is for all ages.
Save the dates below:
- June 26 – Get Out of the Boat, Matthew 14
- Science & Art
- July 24 – Washed Clean, Acts 9
- Water Games
Neighborhood Ministries Campaign 2022: A Vision of Hope
This year’s theme is “A Vision of Hope.” The financial goal is $235,000. Your gifts will enable us to continue to provide food, housing assistance, and support to our community members in need.
As of June 22, we have received 85 pledges totaling $72,981 to support Neighborhood Ministries toward a $235,000 goal.
To give, turn in a check to the office or give online at bspc.church/donate. Thank you for your continued support.
Updated Statement of Inclusion
The Session recently reaffirmed our Statement of Inclusion on April 25, 2022. The statement was originally approved by the Session in February 2000.
Statement of Inclusion:
In celebration of the God-given diversity of creation, and the unconditional welcome extended to friend and stranger alike by our Lord Jesus Christ, the Broad Street Presbyterian Church welcomes into its fellowship all who desire to be a part of this community of faith. Each of us comes to God in the same way, unconditionally loved and accepted. Such is the nature of God’s grace. Therefore, all are invited to the celebrations, and ministries of Broad Street Presbyterian Church. These include participation in all services of worship and the availability of pastoral care, as well as opportunities for fellowship, education and service. As a church, we are committed to living together in such a way that we give witness to Christ’s sacrificial life, saving death and glorious resurrection, by extending to all people the kind of hospitality exemplified in Jesus Christ our Lord.
Volunteers (are always) Needed!
Volunteers are at the heart of how Broad Street serves our congregation and our community.
Visit the Central Hub at bspc.church/volunteer to explore every volunteer opportunity Broad Street has to offer. You might even learn about service opportunities you never even knew about!
Did you know you can listen to Broad Street sermons anywhere, anytime? Listen to the latest sermon right here on the Central Hub, or listen wherever you get your podcast audio!