In -Person Worship is PAUSED
Due to the rapid rise of the highly infectious Omicron variant of Covid in our community, the Session voted yesterday to pause in-person worship on January 9, 16, and 23 and to pause other in-person activities during this time minus a couple of exceptions.
- One exception is the memorial service for David Elliott already scheduled for Monday, January 10 at 11 a.m. (A congregational email will be sent out tomorrow.)
- The other exception is the Food Pantry, which will remain open.
Online worship continues on Broad Street’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. Worship premieres at 8:45 a.m. and may be viewed anytime thereafter.
Staff and session will continue to monitor the evolving conditions and make adjustments as needed, to ensure that we are safeguarding the health of the community. For the time being, please check the church’s Central Hub at bspc.church for updates before you make plans to come to the church for any in-person events.
MLK Bonfire & Community Cleanup
Sunday, January 16 at 11:00 a.m.
Join us outside and masked for a time to be with other Broad Streeters in fellowship around a warm fire. Then, in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr., we will do a cleanup of the church property and the surrounding blocks. You bring warm clothes, we'll bring trash bags and plastic gloves. Stay as long as you like, but this will be under an hour because...brrr! 🥶
Sunday, January 23 at 10 a.m.
Join other Broad Streeters in a time to be outside together. We will Meet at Scioto Grove MetroPark at the Arrowhead Picnic Area parking lot.
New Member Class
We invite those interested in learning more about the mission and ministry of BSPC to meet on Zoom with Amy, Ann and Brittany on Sunday, January 23, at 4:00 p.m. Our time together will lead to an opportunity to "officially join" the church.
Already attend in-person worship or other in-person church events? Why not snap some pictures while you're here?
From amateurs with cell phones to professionals with expensive cameras, the BSPC photography team welcomes any and all to serve the church through photography. You snap the pictures and send them to us, then we do the rest.
With your help, we can tell Broad Street's story through beautiful imagery on our social media accounts, website, Central Hub, and more. No photography experience is necessary.