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Come aboard the Hope Cruise Ship! We will dance, sing, create and learn about the hope found in Jesus Christ. Helping hands will work together for mission for our neighbors in Puerto Rico as they continue to rebuild after Hurricane Maria.
Here is the Plan....
4pm Meet at Church and depart for Winston Salem
5-6:30 Dinner in Winston Salem
6:45-9pm Rockin-jump Trampoline Park
10pm Return to Church for Games & a movie
- IN ORDER TO BE ALLOWED TO JUMP AT THE TRAMPOLINE PARK...you must wear socks and either wear a white or neon shirt at the Trampoline park AND your parent must fill out an online waiver.
- If you haven't been on a BSUMC trip before, your parent must fill out this form.
- Youth will NOT be allowed to come and go, and are required to stay the duration of the event. In order to arrive late you must make arrangements with Carrilea ahead of time.
Join us on Sept 17th for WORSHIP, fellowship, lunch and fun activities on the lawn.
Worship starts at 10:50am, followed by lunch and activities until 2pm
We will have a special Spotlight on Barnabas during worship. We would love for anyone interested in the Barnabas weekend in the Spring to join us! If you have attended a weekend camp in the past then come for a "reunion" with your camp friends. We will share stories, eat lunch and spend a little time together! If you have never attended but are interested in getting a glimpse into this ministry please join us!
Project Serve is a mission-focused alternative to Vacation Bible School. Our vision is the whole church - children, teens and adults - working shoulder to shoulder to learn about Jesus and serve our community. We will explore the downward mobility of Christ and discern ways to follow Him in a culture obsessed with moving up and getting more. Each of the four evenings will consist of music, scripture, mission projects and outdoor play. All ages are welcome, and families are encouraged to attend together. Registration to begin soon. Please pray that the Lord will use this time to bind us together in love!
This summer we are partnering with Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry. WARM brings together volunteers and funders to make urgent repairs and accessibility upgrades for the very low-income homeowners of Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender Counties. We will be staying at First Presbyterian Church in Wilmington which is within walking distance to downtown and the river.
Cost is $200. Plus $ for lunch on Sunday and dinner out on Friday. $100 to hold your spot due Feb 5th.
*if you are a middle schooler, you can go if you parent is willing to go. These are WARMs rules. For more information talk with Carrilea.
Please join us for some holiday shopping, while also helming to give to local missions supported by the United Methodist Women of Broad St. United Methodist Church. We will have a craft/bake sake, venders from Pampered Check, Stacy's Candles, Desgins by Ali, 1 Gifts, NORWEK, Sweet Wildflowers Boutique and many more. The youth will be selling dinner on Friday evening to raise fund as well.
Friday Nov. 18 4-7pm and Saturday Nov. 19 9am-2pm
Vergel Lattimore, President and Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Hood Theological Seminary (Salisbury, NC) will be preaching at Broad Street on November 13 at the 8:45 and the 10:55 services. Dr. Lattimore is also a retired Brigadier General of the Air Force and the Air National Guard. He and his wife, Joy, have three adult children.
Will Willimon, retired Bishop of the North Alabama Conference and former Dean of the Chapel of Duke University, is now Professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry at Duke Divinity School. He has authored more than 60 books and is widely regarded as one of the most outstanding preachers in America. He was named in a survey conducted by Baylor University as one of the 12 best English-speaking preachers in the world. He has also been named by a Pulpit & Pew Research on Pastoral Leadership Survey as one of the two most frequently read writers by mainline protestant pastors. Will and his wife, Patsy, have two children: Harriet Willimon Putman and William Parker Willimon.
Professor Willimon will be preaching at both the 8:45 and the 10:55 services at Broad Street United Methodist Church on September 18, 2016. Also, during the Sunday school hour, Bishop Willimon will be giving a talk in Memorial Hall on “How to remain a vital congregation in the midst of denominational disagreements.”
Beginning on September 8 and running through November 17, Michael will be teaching a class on Thursday evenings from 6 - 7 on Methodist History and Theology. We will be reading Key United Methodist Beliefs by William J. Abraham and David F. Watson. We will also be utilizing Adam Hamilton’s video series Revival: Faith as Wesley Lived It. One can order Abraham and Watson’s book on Amazon or if you want the church to order it for you ($11.00), you need to call the church office by August 26 to secure your copy.
Please call the church office to sign up: 704-873-3279.