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Classic Service Live Streaming Update
on March 5th, 2022
This update is only for our Classic Service. The Contemporary Service will continue to be streamed to Youtube on Sundays!Starting Sunday, March 6th, the Classic Service will no longer be live streaming to Facebook. For your convenience, there will be a post each Sunday on our Facebook page that links directly to the livestream on our website.If you have already been watching the Classic Service on...  Read More
Announcing our NEW Contemporary Preaching Pastor
on February 25th, 2022
After 9 months, 23 candidates, from 8 different states…we are EXCITED to introduce to you our NEW Contemporary Preaching Pastor & Outreach – SCOTT FORD.   Scott was married for 25 years and has 3 children.  His son, Josh, is completing his studies this May and played football at Kentucky Christian University. Ally, married to Josh, is his “bonus” daughter.  Scott’s daughter, Baylee, is an EMT, dri...  Read More
Kentucky Tornado Disaster Relief
on December 19th, 2021
Hey Broadway Family, Many have asked “How can we help?” in the relief efforts for Western Kentucky, the city of Mayfield and the other cities who were hit by the devastating tornadoes last weekend. The following is our suggestion for HOW you can help: For many years, Broadway has partnered with a Christian organization called IDES (International Disaster Emergency Services). This Christian organiz...  Read More
CDC Guidelines Update for Sunday, October 31, 2021
on October 31st, 2021
Hey Broadway Family and Friends: On Tuesday, October 28th, the Elders met and after prayerful consideration, we have decided to update our Mask Requirements for all in-person activities on BCC’s campus. We have been monitoring new cases, positivity rates, and the availability of vaccines.  Due to the drop in positivity transmission rate in Fayette County, the Elders have decided to update our mask...  Read More
CDC Guidelines Update for Sunday, Aug. 1
on August 1st, 2021
Hey Broadway Family and Friends:On Thursday, July 29th, CDC changed recommendations regarding masks. The delta variant is spreading and Fayette County is now listed among counties as a high risk of transmission. 83% of all new covid-19 cases are by the delta variant. The delta variant is more virulent and more transmissible than the original alpha strain. Due to this change, the Elders have decide...  Read More