Becoming a Community...   there are many ways to connect. 

Reaching a Community...   there are many ways to serve

  • mission

    Our purpose is to glorify God by promoting a discipling, mission-minded environment at BEP that provides spiritual and financial support primarily to our church family serving here and around the world so that the gospel is advancing as orphans, widows, and aliens discover their God-given calling and purpose and are enabled to be and to make disciples. Matthew 28:19-20, James 1:27

  • women's bible study

    Our desire is to experience community by strengthening relationships between us and the Lord, and between each other; investing in each other, 

    and “one-anothering” each other as a church family, adults and children, 

    as well as serving each other in practical ways. 

    Register for 2017-2018 Study HERE

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  • men's ministry

    Growing together and sharing life in Christ through transparency and loyalty.

    Finding our status and significance in Christ so that we are empowered to be godly men, husbands, fathers, friends, professionals and church members.

    Serving Christ in our marriages, families, church and community.

    Teaching and encouraging men how to honor God in the responsibilities they already have and encourage men to serve the church and community through currently established ministries. Our goal is authenticity with Christ and with each other. 

    Key Principle: “Do the things you would do any way, but bring a friend along.”

    Contact a leader

  • students

    Building relationships that open the door to sharing truth as we go through life with students. Inspiring them to consider their life's purpose and vision in everything that they do.

    He came and preached peace to you who were far away

    and peoce to those who were near. Ephesians 2:17

  • children

    We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the LORD, His power and the wonders He has done. He decreed statues for Jacob and established the law in Israel, which He commanded our ancestors to teach their children, so the next generation would know them, even the children yet to be born, and they in turn would tell their children. Then they would put their trust in God and would not forget His deeds but would keep His commands. Psalm 78:4-7

    Register your child here

  • lay counseling

    People of all ages are deeply affected by life’s challenges. Maybe you have felt that you have no place to go with your questions or hurts. Our lay counseling ministry offers you a safe and loving place to go with your struggles. Trained to provide support through a biblical foundation, our lay counselors will meet you no matter where you are and walk alongside you in journey. Meeting with our counselors will feel like having coffee with a good friend who listens, offers compassion and challenges you with hard questions. We believe that it is in relationship with each other that we can experience the transformational change that is possible in Jesus Christ.

    “Do not conform any longer to the patterns of this world, but

    be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” Romans 12:2.

    Contact Lance David

  • 5th quarter

    The goal of 5th quarter is to offer Broadneck High School students

    the truth of faith, hope and love in Jesus Christ as a positive alternative

    to combat the lies of drugs, sex and alcohol offered at after game parties.

    Check out 5th Quarter on facebook

  • mercy

    God in his love has shown great mercy to us though we have not deserved it. Therefore, we desire justice and mercy and to show the love of Christ to those who are in need.

    Our ministries of mercy are lead by our faithful deacons who support and advocate for those in need within our fellowship as well as outside of our church.

    My Brother's Pantry: A local food bank on the Broadneck Peninsula. We take turns with neighbor churches collecting and distributing food to the needy. Contact: Karen Stone

    Habitat for Humanity: Join us for a Saturday work day and help build or restore a home for someone in need. Contact: Pete Stone

    Winter Relief for the Homeless : We take turns with area churches, hosting the homeless through the winter months, supplying shelter, meals, hot showers and fellowship. 

    Contact: Karen Stone or Niki O'Herlihy