Thank you for your patience and understanding as we all navigate ever-changing circumstances. Your church staff and leadership teams have been diligently working on preparations to help us return to campus for Worship Services and Life Groups as soon as possible.
This season requires all of us to embrace unique and sacrificial safeguards to protect our neighbors and our Church Family, including at-risk populations and families.
The Governor’s Safe Worship Guidelines provide clear recommendations for resuming on-campus gatherings. This information, combined with input from our staff and leadership teams, shaped our current parameters for gathering in person.
We have prepared a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) and an overview of our next steps that will help guide the transition back to meeting in person. As our circumstances and plans evolve, we will continue to revise this information accordingly and provide updates. Please take a moment to review the information below.
FAQ FOR WORSHIP AND LIFEGROUPS
STEPS TO REOPENING PLAN
For now, we will be worshipping together each Sunday with limited seating on-campus and through our Livestream at 9am and 11am at www.broadmoor.org/watch and on Facebook at 9 am. LifeGroups will remain online, meeting and in small groups in homes. More information for our LIfegroups can be found at www.broadmoor.org/onlinegroups.
Our mission remains the same: following Jesus, being changed by Jesus, and joining Him in His mission to make disciples.
Following, Being Changed, and Joining Him,
Executive Pastor of Ministry
Joining Him in His Mission
Click HERE for an evolving list of practical opportunities to care for our neighbors. We are all learning from each other, so continue to use social media to share ideas and God-stories of caring for each other.
NextGen Ministry Updates
NextGen Ministry is continuing to connect with our different age groups in regular and creative ways. Click HERE for updates on events and programming related to preschoolers, 1st-5th grade children, Middle School, and High School students.