Sunday Nights

At BBC, Sunday nights are all about community and growing in faith!

Scroll down for the schedule and Community Group options!



Sunday nights are currently on summer break. They will return on Sunday, September 12!

5:00 PM – Community Meal (Fellowship Hall)

Every Sunday night we gather for a ‘family’ meal where all ages gather in our Fellowship Hall for a delicious dinner and time to catch up together. You don’t have to bring anything you, but you can always sign-up to help with a week by contacting

5:45 PM – Community Catch-Up (Fellowship Hall)

Having two services on Sunday mornings can mean that we don’t all get to see one another in those spaces. On Sunday nights we spend a few moments catching up and seeing what’s going on in the life of BBC!

6:00 PM – Community Groups (Various Locations)

There’s something for everyone!


Children, youth, college-aged, young adults, and older adults are invited to join in with small group discussions and fun activities every Sunday night.

Adult Group 1

“Searching for Sunday”

For many people who have largely said, “count me out,” church represents a complicated relationship of both longing and apathy. There’s a history there –– a past full of confusion and hurt, but a past that often is impossible to abandon. In Searching for Sunday, Rachel Held Evans exposes her own thorny relationship with the church, articulating the concerns, frustrations, and hopes of many of her peers. Through a series of stories told around the church’s sacraments –– baptism, confession, and communion, among others –– Evans offers the beginnings of a road map back to church and the resurrection that awaits when we are willing to give up and begin again.

This community group discussion is perfect for those asking tough questions about faith, exploring where God is possibly calling the church moving forward, and for those who want to understand why so many are walking away from the church.

Conversation Faciliators: Taylor Long and Heather Powers

Cost: $15 per person (for the book)

Sign-Up: Click Here

Adult Group 2

“The Good and Beautiful God”

“God wants me to try harder…”

“God blesses me when I’m good and punishes me when I’m bad…”

“God is angry with me…”

We all have ideas we tell ourselves about God and how God works in our lives. Some are true –– but many are false. James Bryan Smith believes those thoughts determine not only who we are, but how we live.

In this discussion, you’ll be invited to put your ideas to the test to see if they match up with what Jesus himself reveals about God. Once you’ve discovered the truth in Scripture, you can engage in a process of spiritual formation that includes specific activities aimed at making these new narratives real in your body and soul as well as your mind.

Conversation Faciliators: Lawrence Powers

Cost: $15 per person (for the book)

Sign-Up: Click Here

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Youth Group

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