COVID-19 Update Due to the Coronavirus, all in-person events are affected. Our leadership will provide updates and we look forward to relaunching our in-person services and groups as soon as possible. We will have an online worship service and programming available at 10am on Sundays.
Family Event Series
Register here: bch.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/526679DetailsFall family activities are every Wednesday in October at BCH. We would like to invite you to participate in the fun and meaningful event series meant to bless your family. These events are open to our entire community. View the details below for Presentations, Crafts Extravaganza, and Trunk or Treat.Each adult who registers will receive a gift tote and book. Registering here helps us with a headcount for our premium meals, seating, and COVID compliance.Every night features a full meal and live music from the Old Time Fiddlers (5:30-6:30p). From 6:30p-7:30p there are programs for all ages including nursery (0-3), Kids (4 years-6th grade), LOGOS Youth (7th-12th grade), and adults. The topic of our adult presentations this year addresses barriers to God and Christianity.Oct. 7 - BBQ, Craft Extravaganza, and Jerks5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BBQ BrisketCheck-in at our Welcome Center inside the main entrance to collect your gifts for registering. Children who wish to participate in our programs are required to register as part of our safety protocols. Last year, our family mealtime was a big hit so we thought we should extend it to a full hour.6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Kids Crafts ExtravaganzaWe have eight age-appropriate fall crafts for your kids to construct during our 1-hour craft fair. Our craft guides are bringing their A-games so your kids fall in love with these minimal-mess DIY projects. Best of all, these crafts are free and they'll walk away with craft kits to repeat at home.6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Presentation: Why are all the Christians I know jerks?We surveyed new Christians on the biggest barriers they faced in starting a relationship with God. One theme was common: Christians are hypocrites. We'll hear from several speakers about the worst "Christians" they ever knew and how they were able to prevent that person from ruining a chance at knowing God. (Spoiler alert, an apology is coming). You'll also have the chance to submit anonymous questions each night.Oct. 14 - BBQ Ribs and The Threat of God's Love5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BBQ Pork SpareribsCheck-in/registration/dinner.6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Presentation: Why would a loving God force me to love him?Does it seem like God's love comes in the form of a threat notice? "Love me or else you're going to hell." We'll explore hell and the Christian response to what has been a barrier for some people.Oct. 21 - BBQ Tri-tip and How good is good enough?5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BBQ Tri-tipCheck-in/registration/dinner.6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Presentation: Are you good enough to get into heaven?We surveyed 20 neighbors last year and they told us they were going to heaven because they were good people who did good things. While we don't doubt their efforts, few would claim that they are perfect people. We submit that this is a popular misconception and will be clearly explaining God's plan for eternity.Oct. 28 - BBQ Pulled Pork and Weak Sauce5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BBQ Pulled PorkCheck-in/registration/dinner.6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Presentation: Are Christians weak?Who would want to join a weak-sauce group of wimps? We'll examine human strength and perceptions of Christians as weak people. There will be a baptism this night for anyone who arranged this in advance.Oct. 31 - Trunk or Treat5:00 pm - 8:00 pmCandy, cookies, dress-up, games - need we say more? Our parking lot will be packed with goodies and activities. Registration is not required for Trunk or Treat, just show up! Participants are asked to comply with government COVID regulations.Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat precautions are you taking for COVID?Our meals and adult presentations will be in our outside tent area on sanitized, socially-distanced tables. Our volunteers wear masks and registration is limited.Why are you doing this?Our church and lead pastor, Paul Tiffee, are passionate about being the best church for our community. We believe serving our community is a great way to connect people with God who loves them. We hope that by feeding people and talking about interesting spiritual topics, people will fall in love with God the way we have. God has been very good to us and we desire to share that with our friends and neighbors.What are the Adult Presentations all about?We informally surveyed several new Christians of five years or less and asked them what the biggest barrier was for them to have a relationship with God. We turned these barriers into discussion topics that we will address each night.This event description is subject to change as we adhere closely to God's agenda and direction for our organization.