The best way to feel like you are part of a church is to become part of the church family outside of the Sunday morning service. Activities, service in the community, and small group Bible studies are all great ways to get to know others on a deeper level and have fun in the process. Broadway has many opportunities to get plugged in to the family!
Anyone can get involved in the Breakfast on Broadway. This group meets at the church on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 9 a.m. The morning starts with a hearty breakfast and end with projects that support the local community and the church.
Broadway is very involved in the community. A few of our favorite service projects are the Three C's Thrift Store, which supports our youth ministry, the food pantry, Home Delivery Meals, Nursing Home Sundays, and making waterproof sleeping mats and candles for the St. Joseph homeless shelter. Each of these projects are a great way to get to know others while making a difference in the community!
Broadway prides itself on its opportunities to worship through music. Not only is there a contemporary praise and worship team, there is also a traditional choir, and handbell choir.
Kids and youth are an important asset to Broadway. Ministry for children ages zero to sixth grade is called "Broadway Jr." There is a nursery for newborns through preschool and kids' ministry for school-age kids.
7th-12th graders are a fun part of life in a church! The Youth at Broadway meet on Sunday nights from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the church.