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Entries for November 2015

Advent: Simply the Story

November 30, 2015
This Advent, in the midst of heart wrenching complexities in the world around us, our theme is “Simply the Story.”  In preaching and children’s time we will focus on the story of Advent and Christmas.   We will hear the story of  Zechariah and Elizabeth, John, Gabriel, Mary and Joseph, culminating in Christmas Eve when we celebrate again the story of the birth of Jesus.

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  Advent: Simply the Story

BSPC Christmas Pageant

November 30, 2015
Join us this Sunday, December 6, at 9:45 a.m. in the Sanctuary for the annual Christmas Pageant, Star of Wonder. You might wish upon a star, catch a falling star, or even sing songs about twinkling stars. Each has a place in culture, lore, and history. At the annual Christmas  pageant we give witness to the "Star of Wonder," the star that helped mark the miraculous birth of our Savior.

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  BSPC Christmas Pageant

Bach Cantata is December 13

November 30, 2015
On December 13 at our 2nd service the Chancel choir will be joined by a chamber orchestra for a presentation Johann Sebastien Bach’s Cantata No. 142 “To Us A Child is Given.”

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BSPC-Tifereth Israel Joint Trip to Israel

November 30, 2015
November 1 through November 12, twelve Jews and twelve Christians traveled around Israel, together, although from very different perspectives, sharing ideas, praying together and separately, witnessing and participating in each other’s worship, in and out of synagogues and churches, ancient and modern, sharing excitement and learning and insight.

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  BSPC-Tifereth Israel Joint Trip  to Israel

November 1 @BSPC

November 02, 2015
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Generation to Generation

November 02, 2015
On Sunday, October 25th, Broadstreeter Stacia Edwards gave a minute for mission. "I have to say I hit the intergenerational lottery in my church experience when my children were little. Let’s just say that my kids had a LOT of great grandparents. These “Miss Devine” relationships are important and help us feel connected. I couldn’t be happier with the theme for our stewardship and our church as a whole especially since the single most important indicator that you will take faith into your adulthood is having relationships with adults other than your parents. November 1st is Stewardship Dedication Sunday.  You are encouraged to bring in your cards for our dedication.  Pledging online is highly encouraged and yes; you’re pledge will only be counted once. 

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The Perils of Pursuing Perfection

November 02, 2015
Sunday, November 1, we began a three week series on The Perils of Pursuing Perfection. During the next two weeks, on November 8 and 15, Ann and Amy will discuss Perfection and Parenting. We know the pursuit of perfection can harm our bodies and souls, yet we spend an incredible amount of time and energy trying to do just that.  

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  The Perils of Pursuing Perfection

Welcome New Members

November 02, 2015
Sunday, October 25, the Session officially received the following new members into the Broad Street family. For photos, log in to the BSPC Membership Website and see the directory.

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BSPC Thanksgiving Dinner

November 02, 2015
Hosting and sponsoring food gives us the opportunity to feel apart of BSPC's commitment to the King-Lincoln and Olde Town East neighborhoods.  Each meal gives us the opportunity to meet new friends.  When asked why we are a part of the BSPC family, we said that "Only Love is Preached Here."  We are thankful to those who make the meal and it's activities possible.  The wonderful meal is secondary to the wonderful people we meet at our table. Join us Tuesday, November 24, 2015 for our annual BSPC Thanksgiving Dinner.

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  BSPC Thanksgiving Dinner


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