It’s complicated,” he said, as he talked about the dynamics of this season in his life. Heading toward the end of the year and the thickness of the holidays, he was listing all the demands on his life, the struggles with unique family and work dynamics, and the burn out associated with trying to keep up with it all. What would it take to simplify the whole thing? Sounds like a luxury, right? It’s hard to untangle the complicated webs of our lives when we’re in the throes of it all. However, it is critical to our well-being. Living well through Advent[1] is more than rearranging the externals in our lives. It’s an invitation to develop an interior simplicity. Such grounded peace can move from the inside out, making needed impact on the external factors that we typically let direct our internal stability. Join us for this counter-cultural journey reflective of that original quest toward Christmas as Jesus makes his way into our lives.        


[1] As inspired and supported by a devotional resource available to Broadway throughout this season entitled, “Living Well Through Advent,” as crafted by the Living Compass resource group. 2022.

The Evening News Hour

December 4, 2022

The Second Sunday of Advent         

The Evening News Hour” - a Children’s Christmas Pageant

John 1:1-5;14

Theme Verse: “And the Word became flesh and lived among us,
and we have seen his glory.” (John 1:14)

Concept: Enjoy the gift of Christmas as told through the beautiful voices of the children of Broadway. Mixed throughout the pageant will be several favorite Christmas carols the congregation will join in singing. Come and support our children and relish in the simple beauty of a child’s account
of the greatest gift of all.

Join us LIVE, in-person at
Daybreak Worship - 8 a.m. - in the Loft

Traditional Worship - 9 a.m. - in the sanctuary,
Contemporary Worship - 11:15 a.m. - in the sanctuary,
or virtually in our livestream of worships at 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.
Viewing is possible on our 
YouTube Channel

Advent at Broadway
Click HERE for all the information.
Aparkling Blue Tree of HopeTree of Hope
We have partnered with Center for Early Learning North,
West Middle School, Coyote Hill,
and Douglas Nursery School
to share some Christmas joy with children in need. 
There are 11 names of children
from Douglas and West Schools
and 20 gift cards for CELN on the tree.
The Tree of Hope also serves the needs of those in our own congregation.

Click HERE to choose a child.

25 years Womens Retreat Save The Date (5) (1)

Click HERE for an online registration.

Every Sunday for Food Resized

Broadway Christian ChurchRed Kettle
Kettle Bell Ringing
Join us for kettle bell ringing for the Salvation Army this holiday season! Please click here to review the available slots and sign up.  
Please note the location is West Broadway Hyvee (Starbucks side) and the kettle is located on the inside. Contact Don Harter for more information:  573-445-3258 or
New Logo Nametagstwo new nametags
Contact the church office if you would 
like to order a new nametag.
You can choose a standard 
"Where Love Leads" nametag  with a 
white or blue background,
or you can choose a 
Pride Chalice or Rainbow People
nametag with pronouns. Cost is $8.00.
Blue Logo Name Tag 2022

Corrected Poinsettia Card for 2022

Click HERE to email Ingrid about your poinsettia order.

Rides to Church Logo 3 (3)

Rides to Church 

Another Ministry of Carelink 
Broadway's Broad Hearts and Broad Reach have offers rides to Sunday worships to o the edlerly and homeboud.

Click HERE
if you are interested in providing a ride.

Click HERE
if you would like a ride to worship.

with any questions. 


Mark preaching


Where Love Leads
                  BROAD MINDS   
                                    BROAD REACH

To learn more about
our six pointsof focus in our
Priority Action Plan,
Click HERE



Crismon tree

COVID Protocols @ Broadway
If we’ve learned anything during these past two years, it’s the way of flexibility. Between surges and variants, we’ve ridden as best we can the COVID waves that have paused, cancelled, and/or shifted plans more often than we’d like. We celebrate this elongated season of fewer cases in our community and a wide freedom to engage most all the practices we enjoyed pre-pandemic. There are no mask requirements or other COVID restrictions currently, though you are always welcome to wear masks and keep distance as you choose. We honor and respect your calculation of risk as you partake in worship and other in-person programs and experiences at this time.
If you are feeling ill in any way, it is best to choose our virtual options for worship until you are symptom free. We love that this option exists and give thanks for our tech team that makes it possible! Otherwise, our in-person experiences continue to grow and thrive, and we would love for you to join us.
Window hangings at BCCBroadway Christian Church has some lovely new window banners in the sanctuary. The six banners depict the biblical account of the six days of creation. Many thanks to Vickie Keeling Wallace, the chairperson of our Worship and Liturgical Arts committee, who arranged for Broadway to commission these banners with the support of the Worship Arts and Permanent Funds. Mosaic, fiber artist, Grace Cox-Johnson, of Color 4 the Journey created the banners over several months. We are blessed by this vision of beauty and color that grace our sanctuary windows. Take some time to enjoy and appreciate them and allow the Creation Story to enrich you again.