BBC has many opportunities for adults to grow in Christ and to serve others in Christ’s name. From Sunday morning fellowship to men & women’s groups, small groups for couples and individuals, and retreats & special events
Sunday School Classes
Classes meet weekly on Sundays at 9:15am
Men’s Bible Study – Led by: Malcolm Olson
This Bible study will continue walking through the Gospel according to John. The style of this class is a verse-by-verse type study exploring all of the implications and application to our lives today. Meets in Room #105.
Women’s Topical Study – Led by: Wendy Johnson
This women’s Bible study will continue to search out scripture while looking at the specific theme of the names of God; the next lesson will be on His name, “hiding place”. Meets in Room #139.
Bible Study & Discussion Class – Led by: Elizabeth Roemer, Greg Smith, & Steve Wilcox
This class will start the semester by exploring the book of Acts and the expansion of the Church and how it relates to our lives today as 21st century Christians. The leaders of the class will take turns leading the class and will move to various subjects throughout the year but will always be centered around exploring the depth of scripture. Meets in Room #106.
Foundations of Faith – Led by: Pastor Nate Bucher & Caroline Olsen
This 12-week study will explore the foundational doctrines of the Christian faith. This study will use The New City Catechism as a framework for learning and understanding these key concepts in order to grow in faith and practice. Alongside these foundational doctrines the class will dig into the biblical teaching that these doctrines are drawn from, meeting in Room #111.
Coffee Connection – Led by: Greg & Terri Mason
This is a great class to have conversations with others based around current events and how we as Christians respond to those events with a biblical worldview. This is a casual class meeting in Room #107.
Parent-Student Connection – Led by: Sue Persons & Mary Walsh
This class will flow in correlation with the student Sunday School curriculum in order to give families similar biblical content to continue to discuss in their homes (see below). This class will meet in the library, Room #218.
“And so, from the day we heard, we have not ceased to pray for you, asking that you may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding, so as to walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to Him: bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God; being strengthened with all power, according to His glorious might, for all endurance and patience with joy; giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance of the saints in light.” ~ Colossians 1:9-12
Gather around an “IF: Table” on Saturday, January 25 at 10am @ Caroline Olsen’s (14838 Pineview Dr. in Becker). Brunch will be served. There will be a brief devotional and Christ-centered conversation. Contact Caroline Olsen (763.262.0800) to reserve your seat. Contact Sue Persons (763.221.5560) or Diane Wilcox (320.420.3302) with questions or if you’re interested in hosting an IF: Table on another date (at any time you choose).
New Bible Studies coming in 2020!
- The Lamb of God by Nancy Guthrie: We will meet Monday nights at 6:30pm in room #106 for 10 weeks from January 27- April 6 (omitting March 2). We will dive into the Pentateuch discovering how to see Jesus’ work in the person of Moses as a great deliverer and in the stories of the Israelite’s exodus from slavery, wandering on the way to the Promised Land, and keeping of the sacrifices, feasts, festivals, and washings. Cost is $20. Contact Shannon Holm 612.963.0413.
- Hebrews – Race to Glory by James Reapsome (LifeGuide Series): Meeting Tuesday mornings at 9am, starting February 4. “’What’s the use?’ At times of frustration or disappointment, it is tempting to ask this question. You work and work to grow to Christian maturity, but you seem to get nowhere—repeating your mistakes, neglecting your commitments, losing your motivation. The original readers of Hebrews felt the same way! Yet the writer of this New Testament letter cheers for them to stay on track and never quit, so they can reach the finish line by the power of Jesus Christ.” Study guides for $8 available now at the Welcome Center. Lunch @ Café Pawz follows the 1st Tuesday of each month.
- Hebrews Part 2: Jesus, Our High Priest Forever (Chapters 5-10) community study meets starting February 5 on Wednesday mornings at The HUB for 10 weeks (childcare included), 8:30-10:30am led by Dawn Bengston. “Ever wondered how the New Testament connects to the Old? This fascinating study of Hebrews 5- 10 explains relationships between the two covenants, the earthly and heavenly tabernacles, and the sacrifices of animals and the Son of Man. See how Jesus fulfilled the Law and the Prophets and became our great High Priest.” Cost is $25. Please sign up and pay at the Grace table.
Becker Baptist MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) is a growing ministry – serving area moms and sharing Christ’s love with mothers of children pregnancy through Kindergarten. Becker Baptist MOPS meets the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of every month Sept 11-May 13.
The theme is TO THE FULL! We plan to Have More Fun, Fear Less and Find Our People!
If you are interested in joining us at MOPS please email email@example.com.
Follow the links below to register for “S’crafting”:
Online registration form
Printable registration form
Online payment (optional)
Men’s Breakfast—Saturday, February 8, 8am in the Fellowship Hall. Join us for breakfast, fellowship and time spent in God’s Word as it pertains to men’s lives.
Stay tuned for details on a Bible Study coming in February.
BECKER ADULT FELLOWSHIP (Age 55+)
Our purpose at Becker Adult Fellowship is to celebrate our unity in the Lord Jesus Christ and to grow in service as a fellowship of brothers and sisters in Him. Stay tuned for details on our next event in February.
"NEXT STEP" ADULTS
Is your nest almost empty? Are you thinking about retirement or have recently retired? Are you interested in fellowship, fun and service?
Stay tuned for our next event.
Contact Mark Nicholson: firstname.lastname@example.org