We believe a strong correlation exists between our faith in God and our study of His Word. This is why the Broad Street church of Christ offers Bible classes for adults and children of all ages. A full listing of classes can be obtained by contacting the church office.
Join us Sunday mornings at 9:00 and Wednesday evenings at 7:00 for Bible study!
Childrens Bible Hour
Designed for children ages 3–8, at 6:00 p.m. each Sunday we host Children’s Bible Hour. Students receive a weekly lesson, puppet show, and VBS-style singing to instruct and to encourage them in their developing faith.
Our youth and family ministry is a focal point of our church’s work. We plan regular special activities for students and parents, and try to create a spiritual family among our young families. We divide our youth ministry into two groups—Broad Street Kids (BSKs), or 7th-12th grade, and Broad Street Kid Juniors (BSK Jrs), or 6th grade and under. No matter what age your child may be, they will find a warm home with our BSKs.
During the school year our students have in-home devotionals, regular retreats and getaways, family devotionals, and service opportunities. These all offer the chance to be together and be edified. Summertime brings church camps, summer youth series, nightly hang-outs, and much more.
We want to be the place where students AND parents can be encouraged, discipled, equipped, and directed to improve their families and relationships together toward our Father.
Our women’s ministries are intended to equip and enrich our ladies in the service of the Lord. Ladies Bible classes meet every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. Announcements of special events and fellowship opportunities are shared at these meetings.
Lads2Leaders is one of the oldest and most effective youth training programs among churches of Christ. We participate both in year-round and convention events. For more information about L2L visit www.lads2leaders.com.
The earliest Christians enjoyed the favor of their communities (Acts 2:47), and we seek to serve the community in which we live. Every second Saturday of each month a group of volunteers meets at the church to prepare and share lunch for the less fortunate in the city of Lexington. This is our opportunity to give back to the community that blesses us so richly.
We recognize that the church is the family of God (1 Timothy 3:15), but we also believe the home is ground zero for Christian discipleship. This is why we commit time and resources to helping families become better. We currently offer a parenting class in which our young families are free to share their stresses and struggles and receive help. This class meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:00.