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Worship

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*IN-PERSON WORSHIP PAUSED THROUGH 1/23

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. 



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What to Expect This Sunday...

January 16, 2022


*Don't forget, in-person worship is paused through 1/23. See you online!


Online Worship

  • Premiering at 8:45 a.m. on Facebook and YouTube 
  • Amy Miracle preaching on the challenges and opportunities of using our God-given gifts
  • Music includes Michael Kirkman singing Copland's Simple Gifts




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Online Worship

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In-Person Worship

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



The session asks that we follow these guidelines:


-Masks while in the building

-Social distance (every other pew will be roped off)