Easter

Easter at the Ballpark Quick Check In

Easter Offering


Easter at the BG Ballpark was our BIG church-wide Easter celebration of community and hope!   This event followed covid safety precautions including temperature checks, mask wearing, and social distancing.

For those wanting to experience worship at our church building on Easter, we held a sunrise service at 7:45am at both our Melrose and Greenwood campus sanctuaries.  This event followed covid safety precautions including temperature checks, mask wearing, and social distancing.

 

Watch Our 2021 BUMC Online Easter Service


BUMC apparel for our Matthew 25 Fund

Click to Place Your Apparel Order

A significant portion of this fund supports the work of HOTEL INC, one of Broadway’s strategic partners in ministry.  HOTEL INC is a leader in Warren County, Kentucky for solutions to the affordable housing crisis and homelessness.  The remainder of the Matthew 25 Fund is used here at Broadway to help with the temporary financial needs of our members.

Orders can be picked up at Dezign Tees located at 1019 State Street, BG 42101 or shipped for an extra fee.
*Please note, mailing address information must be entered before the option for pick up is available
Orders can also be placed by calling Tonya Simpson at (270) 843-3942 ext. 1170
$5 of each item ordered will be donated to our Matthew 25 Fund.

STATIONS OF THE CROSS ART EXPERIENCE

Historically, the Stations of the Cross have been a way for people to step into the story of the last hours of Jesus’ life to better understand and reflect on this incredible act of humility and love. Each station of art allowed attendees to engage in a self-guided worship experience.
It is our hope that this experience drew your mind, soul, and heart into reflection and realization of the love of Jesus.

During Holy Week 2021, Maundy Thursday service took the form of Stations Of The Cross.
Historically, the Stations Of The Cross have been a way for people to step into the story of Jesus during the last hours of his life. It is believed that after the resurrection Mary, Jesus’ mother, marked his path from the Garden to the tomb of resurrection so that future followers of Jesus could pilgrimage and worship along this path in Jerusalem.