Broadway Christian ChurchWelcome 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.

dirty_windows.width-800An Excellent Way to Participate in a Lenten Journey

A Daily Devotional Guide to Open Your Windows of Faith

Walk Humbly
Click HERE to read or print your personal devotional guide.

Windows (5)

Click HERE to view the Wednesday Window for this week.

The five Wednesdays between Ash Wednesday and Holy Week will offer a brief mid-week meditation by our pastors as they "Pray the Windows" of our city. Video meditations will be shared via email by noon each Wednesday and can be viewed at your convenience. Glean further insight into the Lenten season and join in the prayers at various windows of Columbia from City Hall, local schools, health departments, and beyond. Opportunities for church members to partner with our home-centered members in the sharing of these meditations are available and encouraged.

Virtual Worships Continue

Our congregational practices are the safest possible. We do not want to further complicate community focus on the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. We trust the direction from our COVID Advisory Team. While we all yearn for the the energy and connection we experience in corporate worship, we will continue our virtual worship experiences on YouTube until it is safe for us to be together again.
Traditional Worship - Premiers at 9 a.m. each Sunday
Contemporary Worship - Premiers at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday
Daybreak Worship - Part of both worship experiences.
Virtual Sunday School and many small group options continue on line.
Zoom at Noon with our pastoral team continues every Monday.
We pray that all of us can stay safe and stay well.

Sunday, February 28, 2021 - The Second Sunday of Lent
Window of Opportunity: Jesus Sees Peter

Text: Mark 8:31-38

There Verse: “Jesus turned and looked at his disciples,
then sternly corrected Peter.”
(Mark 8:33)

Concept: Peter’s life as shown in Scripture is a mixture of a rough and tough-skinned leader and also a vulnerable soul who, like all of us at times, has let fear get the best of his faith. This stern correction of Peter by Jesus couldn’t have felt great. “Get behind me, Satan!” Jesus says. That’s the worst. The opportunity, however, is one of an open heart, mind, and spirit. Jesus goes on to say, “Follow me and I’ll show you how.” He also says, “Self-help is no help at all. Self-sacrifice is the way.” What is the role and opportunity of correction in our walk of discipleship?

Join us virtually in worship at 9 a.m. (Traditional) or 10:30 a.m. (Contemporary), Sunday, on Broadway's YouTube Channel

Harp and HealingHarp _ Healing - March 2021

Join us this Tuesday, March 2, 5:30 p.m. on our YouTube channel for Harp and Healing as Maria and Terry lead us through 45-minutes of prayer, prose, poetry, Scripture, and meditation. You will find an ambiance of healing that addresses our brokenness, loss, and grief in ways that speak to our full selves. This event can be viewed any time after it premieres on March 2. 

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom (5)

Click on the graphic above
to join the meeting.

A great way to stay connected to your Broadway family.


CareLink Ministries
Going Strong

Our faith family meeting
the needs of others.

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

Handy Helpers: John Poehlmann

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