Broadway Christian Church
Welcome to Broadway
Our mission is to enable persons to encounter the living God, as disclosed through Jesus Christ; to serve and celebrate God in an ever-changing society.

The congregation of Broadway Christian Church proclaims that we are a place of welcome to all, regardless of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, marital status, physical or mental ability, political stance, socioeconomic background, criminal history, or theological perspective. We welcome all to this congregation, to Christ's table, and to service within the church. We recognize the faith, baptism and spiritual gifts of all Christians and those yearning to know Christ and celebrate that we are all children of God, striving to do God's will.

Broadway Christian Church is an open and affirming place for all God's children.

To Our Beloved Community, wondering and seeking...
We miss being together as we once were for worship and service. We are discovering, however, what we subconsciously already knew: we're still the Church whether inside or outside of the brick-and-mortar building.
Virtual worship continues each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. via our YouTube channel. Friends from our own neighborhood to friends around the world are tuning in to celebrate with us week after week! We discovered the value of our beautiful Outdoor Worship Area as we began, and continue, one in-person worship service in that space every Sunday at 9 a.m. (See more info below).
Sunday School classes, small groups, youth, children, and adults alike, are meeting via ZOOM, continuing to share in fellowship, study, and prayer. Our Mission and Outreach Ministry is hosting opportunities to participate in a Habitat for Humanity home-build this summer. Meals continue to be provided for the hungry and our Vision Team continues their efforts to press forward with plans for the Vision that will carry us into the next chapter of our life together. It's a beautiful thing to experience authentic community in ongoing ways. This is what it means to be Church!
Columbia’s Health Department and Broadway’s own COVID Advisory Team continue to guide us through our Comeback from COVID. We will keep you updated regularly as our opportunities grow and change. Keep showing up wherever you can, however you can, with whatever you can to help our church family, the city of Columbia, and even our global neighbors find a way through this challenging season. With God's help, we can make a great difference together!  
The Broadway Staff Team
Sunday, September 27, 2020
"Wide Open Spaces : Does It Matter WWJD if We Can't Do It?"
John 14:12-14


Theme Verse: “The one who believes in me will do the works that I do and, in fact, will do greater works than these.” (John 14:12)

Concept:  It was Apple who first put out a thank you note, advertising their cutting edge technology. “Here’s to the crazy ones,” they said. “The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently.” The ad goes on and on. At the end it says, “We make tools for these kinds of people. Where some people see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones that do.”  

Most of us just need someone to believe in us. Another’s confidence often builds our courage, and we risk failure because, by golly, we just might pull it off. Jesus knew this and had the gumption to say to a band of misfits, who were surely intimidated by what was ahead of them, “You got this. You’ll not only do what I’m doing… you’ll do even greater things!

Could it be? Could you? Could I? Could our church? What would Jesus say? “Here’s to the crazy ones…”

Song: “Change the World" - Eric Clapton

Join us in worship
9 a.m., Sundays, in our outdoor worship area,
or online at 10:30 a.m., Sundays at 

In-Person Worship
(Until Further Notice)

9 a.m. – Outdoor Worship Space
Outdoor Worship changes to 10:30 a.m. on October 4
(Northwest corner of our church property)

On "Rain Sudays," out-door worship will be canceled. Our pastoral team will offer drive-by blessings under the portico and will get everyone home in time to watch our virutal worship on YouTube at 10:30 a.m.

Important Information for In-Person, Outdoor Worship

  • Bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on the hill at socially-safe distances from others.
  • Masks are suggested to be worn from your car to your seat and then back to your car.
  • Some masks are available on site should you have need.
  • Bring your own communion elements of any variety to be celebrated together.
  • Offerings can be shareed electronically or in a designated drop area.
  • Worship style will be refective of our current virtual format -
    a hybrid of all worship styles, including sermon, prayers, music, and communion.
  • The CLC doors will be open should bathroom use by necessary.
  • No childcare or Sunday School options will be offered at this time.
  • Our COVID Advisorty Team stays up-to-date on the latest pandemic developments and restrictions.
  • When a return to our usual Sunday worship schedule is deemed safe, we look forward to that opportunity.
  • Thank you for your prayers, encouragement, and ongoing support!

Your Broadway Staff Team

The Vision 2030 Conversation Continues...
 What Comes Next, Broadway?
Did Broadway's charter members have a picture of what this tiny church on the west edge of Columbia would grow to be in 2020?  It is certain that the foundation they built in 1958 has shaped us today.  How will we, building on that firm foundation, shape Broadway in the years to come?
Broadway Vision Team has been working via Zoom to begin to shape the conversation as we prepare for our next decade as a community of fiath.  The next step in the process is to hear from you.  The Vision Team has developed a list of questions that we are asked to consider.  Following your consideration, please share your responses with the Vision Team in one of several ways. You can mail them to the church office (2601 W, Broadway; 65203), or email to either Ingrid Luckenbill, church administrator, at or to Deb Ward, church board chair, at Your input is vital to the Vision 2030 process.

CROP Walk - 2020
Walk Where You Are for CROP Hunger Walk

Crop Walk Graphic 2020How do we do the 2020 CROP Hunger Walk and follow the rules of the COVID world? Very simply; we do a "web walk"or walk wherever you are.

The CROP Walk supports local food pantries and food programs in Columbia, such as the Loaves and Fishes Soup Kitchen, Russell Chapel Food Pantry, and more. Funds are also dedicated to solving hunger around the world through our partners in Church World Services. 

You can participate as a walker or simply donate to support Broadway walkers by visiting the CROP website. Donations can be made until November 1.


Maria and Harp PhotoHarp and Healing
Click HERE to watch
the experience
recorded on September 1

Enjoy the beautiful meditative music
by Maria Trevor, harp, Kirk Trevor, cello,
and prayerful readings by Pastor Mark.

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom (5)

Click on the graphic above
to join the meeting.


CareLink Ministries
Going Strong

Our faith family meeting
the needs of others.

Stay connected with us. Reach out...
Calls and Cards: Patsy Dalton

Handy Helpers: John Poehlmann

If you know of anyone that could benefit
from a Carelink Ministry,
please let us know.

Outdoor Worship Edit from DG use 9-21-20