Teaching and Learning:
Volunteering to Help Run BUC:
Taking Care of Others:
We meet the first and third Tuesday of every month from late September till the end of June.
Our meetings last from 7:00 to 9:30 pm with coffee/tea desserts and fellowship from 7:00 to 7:30; praise and worship and opening prayer from 7:30 till 8:00; Bible study from 8:00 till 9:00; then fellowship and intercessory prayer and conclude with next meeting assignments at 9:30.
This year our bible study is Relying On The Holy Spirit from the In Touch Study Series by Dr. Charles Stanley.
We always have an empty chair at every meeting and would welcome anyone who would be interested in exploring Membership in our group. Contact Fred if you are interested.
Lord, help us see how much we need each other As we walk along the Christian way; In fellowship with sister and with brother, You will keep us growing day by day. -Hess [Our Daily Bread Sept. 22 2003]
The warm fellowship of the church will keep your heart from growing cold. [Our Daily Bread Sept. 22/03]
Except for Good Friday, the Women's Bible Study Group meets Friday mornings at 10:00am.
The Prayer Group meets every Wednesday at 3:30pm.
The Tang Group meets on the first and third Monday of each month at 7:15pm.
The Board is elected annually by the members. If you would like to learn how to run a busy church, you are invited to come forward at election time!
The Worship Committee meets monthly to develop the various elements of the worship service from the following perspective:
1. Evaluate the purpose and format of the Praise and Worship gatherings;
2. Explore variations of the Sunday Service format;
3. Twice yearly, to provide opportunities for feedback and support for the teams who plan for greeting and communion
The Coffee and Tea Committee is the dedicated group that takes on the responsibility of bringing refreshments to our congregation after the Sunday service. Volunteers come from a rotating roster. Join us!
Wherever you have people meeting, you will have facilities that are wearing out! Doors wear out, roofs wear out, and light bulbs need to be replaced.
Come join us and learn how to maintain a large, rambling church complex!
The Christian Education Committee's vision:
To foster in the children, youth, and adults of Brighouse United Church, a greater understanding of a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ as revealed in The Bible, in order that we may live as disciples of Jesus Christ.
To provide age-appropriate opportunities to learn and grow in our knowledge of Christ and God's place in our lives by providing a safe environment and personal coaching for students, that is helpful and relevant.
Groups that want to use Brighouse facilities (for weddings, funerals, meetings, etc) will typically rent the required space, and Brighouse provides the support services such as security and cleanup.
The Rentals Committee is a good place to learn how to document bookings and rentals.
When your group arrives at Brighouse, you will find that the floors and windows have been cleaned and the trash has been emptied, and everything is ready for you!
Sometimes our members get hungry while gathering to deal with big challenges. The Lunch Bunch always needs help with making sure that we're properly fed!
Every once in a while our members tackle a special project to fill a special need. Recently they created a new Fireside Room so we could have a special meeting place:
Learning cooperation, self importance, large and small motor skills - through play, stories, crafts, music, and interaction in a Christian environment.
For more information, contact our Day Care office: 604-278-8469 (7:30am - 5:30pm) or
visit the Brighouse United Church Daycare website
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Come and join us in our celebration of redemption!
Worship Service: Sunday 12:20pm