At BCC, we have a very simple disciple-making strategy: Connect » Grow » Go. Everyone seems to be busy and studies have shown that an increase in church activities does not necessarily predict spiritual growth. Because of this, we try to minimize church activities while maximizing relationships – taking discipleship out of the classroom and putting it where we see it in scripture – into our every-day life relationships. Growth begins in the context of intentional relationships of small groups, our Men’s & Women’s Ministries and formal service opportunities.
For more information on Adult Ministries, contact Chris McClure at email@example.com.
Small Groups are not a program of the church – Small Groups ARE the Church. Jesus commands the Church to make disciples. At BCC, our primary goal is to get people connected in intentional relationships of a Small Group. Small Groups are more than a meeting, bible study, support group, or social club. Our groups offer a relational space for friends to debrief life together through the lens of scripture and to help one another obey God’s leading in their lives. Because of the size of a small group, they can offer the accountability and life support necessary to live and love like Jesus. This means laying down our lives and demonstrating a 2nd-mile, sacrificial love to an onlooking world. As new leaders emerge from these communities, new groups are able to form. This increases both our influence in the community and our capacity for discipleship.
If you are interested in visiting a Small Group, here are a few places to start.
- Browse Small Groups on the City
- Attend the next OnRamp,
- Browse our Small Group cards in the Guests Services area of the BCC Lobby on Sunday mornings.
The Men’s Ministry is the group of Men within BCC. Men connect in Home Groups and through formal and informal get togethers and service projects.
TIME:OUT Men’s Breakfast
Every 1st Saturday of the month, men gather at Friendly’s Restaurant in Beavercreek (3281 Dayton Xenia Road) for good food and discussion. All men are welcome. For more information, contact Richard Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men’s Ministry Group on the City
The Men’s Ministry has an open group on the City where you can connect with other men, post topics for discussion, create events to invite others to, share needs or prayer requests, and more. Not on the city yet? Click the link at the bottom of this page.
The Women’s Ministry consists of all the Women within BCC. Besides informal social events, there are a number of opportunities for women at BCC.
Women’s Bible Study
The Women’s Bible Study meets Mondays at 6:30 in the Warehouse at BCC. For more information, contact Sharon Longo at email@example.com.
The Women’s Ministry sponsors various events throughout the year including an annual Women’s Retreat.
Women’s Ministry Group On the City
The Women’s Ministry has an open group on the City where you can connect with other women, post topics for discussion, create events to invite others to, share needs or prayer requests, and more. Not on the city yet? Click the link at the bottom of this page.