Adult Bible Study

Sundays / 9:30 – 10:30 am /Room 103
Current Study:  The Gospel of Luke

Learn about the detailed, accurate, dependable, account of the works, teachings and life of Jesus.  Come and find strength and hope through trusting in Jesus, just as Luke’s first reader, Theophilus may have done when he read the Gospel of Luke.

This study is taught by Bob & MaryAnn Fretz.

ALL ADULTS are welcome!

 

Developing Disciples

Wednesdays / 7 – 8:30 pm /Church Building
Winter/Spring Session:  February 28 – April 18, 2018

Fall Study:  “Paradise Lost”

 

 

Ladies Bible Study

Tuesdays / 6:30 – 8 pm / BRAC Fellowship Hall
Fall Session ended November 14, 2017

Our Ladies Bible Study is taking a break for the Holidays.  Check back in January 2018 for our next exciting study! Teacher:  Jenn Bretch

 

Morning Men’s Bible Study

Mondays / 6:30 am / BRAC Café
Winter Session begins February 5, 2018!

“Mission 119 Studies”

Men, start your week out right!  Join us for coffee and a terrific Bible Study taught by Pastor Andy.

These books describe the period of monarchy in Israel, highlighting the contrast between the covenant-keeping God and a covenant-breaking people.  A study of these books helps us to see the grace and mercy of God on display as He offers blessings to His people despite their disobedience.


Small Groups

The Winter/Spring Session of our BRAC Small Groups began the week of 1/7/2018.  Contact the Church Office or mark your Communication Card, and Pastor Andy will call or email you about how YOU can join! Wondering why you should join a small group? Find out by watching the video below!

Small Groups at BRAC – Frequently Asked Questions

(Please note that the documents used in the administration of Small Groups are located under the Resources tab)

What is a Small Group?

It is an intentional gathering of 8-14 people who commit themselves to regular meetings for the purpose of forming transparent and Christ-centered relationships.

How often do groups meet?

Groups are encouraged to meet at a minimum of every other week.

What does a typical Small Group meeting look like?

15-30 min. of socializing & announcements, 45-60 min. of discussion, 15 min. of prayer.

What is the administrative structure of a Small Group?

Small Groups include a leader, possibly an apprentice leader, and a host home. Small Group Leaders report to the Small Group Coordinator or Pastor.

What is the duration of a typical Small Group?

Anyone who wants to join a Small Group commits on a semester by semester basis. At the end of every semester, individuals can choose to exit the group or find a new group. (1st semester = September – December. 2nd semester = January – June). A Small Group can continue meeting for as long as it would like.

Are the small groups open or closed?

Once the semester begins, the group is (mostly) closed. At the start of the new semester, groups may receive new individuals, as long as the number does not exceed 14. New groups will be added as new leaders emerge.

What is the Biblical content of small group meetings?

Every Small Group at BRAC will be discussing the same material based on recent sermons. (“Apply It!” questions for each week can be found with each Sermon video under the Resources tab under Sermons.)

How do I sign up?

Please contact the Church Office or mark your Communication Card.


Student Ministries: The Meeting Point

The Meeting Point is a great opportunity for outreach to students in our community. The nights are filled with worship, games, fellowship, food, and a relevant lesson that can be applied directly to the life of the teens involved:

Middle School (Grades 6-8) meets Wednesdays / 6:30 – 8:30 pm in the Gym

Sr. High School (Grades 9-12) meets Wednesdays / 7:00 – 8:30 pm in the Gym

For current activities/events, check out our BRAC Youth Facebook Page!

You can contact our Youth Pastor De’Andre Ralston at deandre@beartownroad.org for more information.


Children's Ministries

Beartown Road Alliance Church considers it a blessing to offer care and discipleship to all the children of the families that enter our doors. During our two Sunday Morning Services we offer both Infant and Toddler Nurseries, 3-Year-Old Preschool, as well as an exciting and Christ-centered Children’s Church program for 4-year-olds through 5th graders. The children participate in a variety of activities including worship through singing, Bible teaching, activities, and global outreach. The Infant Nursery is in the main Church Building area while toddlers (ages 1 & 2) through 5th graders meet in the Gym area.

All children ages 4 – 5th Grade are using the D6 2Generation Curriculum from Randall House. D6 is a wonderful Bible based curriculum based on Deuteronomy 6:4-7, with great Bible Lessons, Activities and take home devotionals that reinforce the lessons taught in Children’s Church.

Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.

We are blessed to have faithful and dedicated volunteers who serve the children at BRAC by teaching and helping with our various ministries. All volunteers have completed an application, had a background check as well as personal reference checks.

If you have any questions or would like to help in this area, contact the office or Kristin Swan, our Director of Children’s Ministries.


Global Outreach

Global Outreach at BRAC is an important ministry!

Every year at BRAC, we hold an annual Global Outreach Week to celebrate and learn about the many outreaches around the world. During GO Family Night, the two International Workers speaking at BRAC during that week tell us more about their field, all while the church family enjoys each other’s company.