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what to expect

What should I wear?

We believe that what a person looks like on the outside is not as important as what is on the inside. At BLCC you'll see blue jeans, khakis, ties, dresses and skirts.   

What are your services like?

We strive to create an environment for corporate worship where people are encouraged to experience the presence of God.  Our music style is a combination of contemporary music and hymns with lyrics that reflect our reverence for an awesome and holy God.  God is central to our worship.  Our messages come from the Word of God and we rely on the Spirit of God to teach and convict as the truth is presented.
 
What about my children?
 
Jesus holds children very close to His heart; that’s why kids are a top priority at BLCC.  It is our privilege to minister to families each week.  The goal of our children’s ministry is to partner with parents as they help their children become devoted followers of Christ.
 
We strive to provide safe, developmentally-appropriate environments that are clean and orderly for all children, from birth through 12th grade.  Our aim is to draw families to Christ and together through the Word of God.  Our Sunday School program is designed so that families will work through the whole counsel of God's Word together.
 
Is there a place for my teenager?

UPROAR (7th -12th grade) is a unique event designed to challenge teens to become all that God wants them to be.  This vibrant environment gives students opportunities to hang out with friends while participating in dynamic worship, Bible study, and listening to an interactive message from the Bible that encourages students to live in way that honors God. 
 
How can I connect with the rest of the Body?
 
Life Groups at BLCC are the primary place where adults build the "life together" friendships they desire and for which God created them.  If the worship service is the entry way into BLCC, then Life Groups are the living room. This is where groups of 6-16 connect with one another in homes to fellowship (that includes eating!), study the Bible, worship & pray, care for each other and serve others.