Tuesday Bible Study

Celila Holton offers a Tuesday Bible Study at 1 pm on announced dates. Women learn to study the Bible and enjoy fellowship. Please contact the church office for more information.

Celila Holton has been teaching this group for many years, and you will enjoy this class.

BSCC Can Make Your Destination Wedding Come True

Located within historical downtown New Bern, Broad Street Christian Church offers a beautiful and affordable sanctuary for your holy matrimony. See prices on the Wedding page of our BSCC Website.

BSCC can comfortably seat up to 300 people.

The carpet color is red, and we have a bride’s center aisle.

Videographers and photographers can take photos from our balcony. Our building and grounds are colorful and well-kept. Your photos and fun are only limited by your imagination.

The New Bern Trolley perfectly fits in front of our sanctuary for going away scenes of bride and groom and their crew.

For an additional fee, you can also book the church fellowship hall for your catered wedding reception. It comfortably seats 120 at tables. Using our facility also eliminates the need to rent tables and chairs.

All weddings at BSCC are scheduled through the Senior Pastor, who might be available to officate the ceremony. Call the church office and ask to speak with the Pastor.

Special thanks to Melissa and Jake for providing the photos of their fabulous wedding!

January 2017 Calendar

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Bike Ministry Receives More Bikes

In recent months, the Bike Ministry has received bike donations from congregants Joe and Dot Banks, Bud and Beverly Ellis, Angie Deller, and Arvis and Linda Barrow.

In November and December, Sarah Weatherly, a sixth grader at the Epiphany School of Global Studies, has donated bicycles and money for repairs. (She requested that her family not give her presents, but support our bike ministry.) Thanks, Sarah and family–that is heart warming!

The New Bern Police Department also gave our ministry nine bicycles from their evidence inventory. Thanks to the NBPD.

We continue to repair bikes and give them to people in need of a good set of wheels.

To all who repair and care from recipients—YOU’RE AWESOME!


Sermon Series on the Book of James

Between September and December, Dr. Johnson preached a sermon series on the entire book of James. She concluded the series on Christmas Eve.

CWF Celebrates Christmas at Country Club

As a special treat, the December General Meting and Installation of Officers, occurred at the New Bern Golf & Country Club on December 13. More than forty women participated in this fun event with Rev. Mary Ann Koffenberger providing a program.

On Sunday, Nov. 13, immediately after worship, the CWF sold cakes, pies and other goodies to ensure they could fully fund the Disiciples Mission Fund pledge by the end of the year. The sale was a success and reason to celebrate in December!!


BSCC Hosts Craven County Long Term Recovery Group

Broad Street has been hosting the Craven County Long Term Recovery Group for Hurricane Matthew. (They meet on Thursdays at 4 pm in the Fellowship Hall.)

Impacted families have until January 9, 2016 to register with FEMA and the Small Business Association (required by all FEMA registrants—even home ones). In Craven County 550 people have FEMA registrations. Some cannot do their home repairs, and the Long Term Recovery Group is organizing help. Thanks, Broad Street!


BSCC Welcomes Merci Clinic

BSCC will host Merci Clinic’s board meetings beginning in November. BSCC has supported Merci Clinic for many years. We welcome Merci Clinic board members and are eager to assist in their mission to heal New Bern.

BSCC Welcomes Faith Connection

Faith Connection will begin using an office space in our Youth Building in January. We are excited to share space with them and support the connecting of churches as they encourage one another.

Stop Hunger Now with Faith Connection

On the first Saturday in November, five Broad Street members participated in the Stop Hunger Now food preparation day sponsored by Faith Connection. Wearing stylish hairnets, we packaged 10,000 meals for the world’s hungry. Pictured are Pauline Cumbo at a sealing station and Sylvia Baker at a food station.