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Plan Your Visit


Join us on campus or online for worship on Sundays.

We are so excited to worship together with you on campus and online.

Modern Worship

Modern Service

8:15, 9:30 & 11am | Lower Auditorium
11am | Online

You’ll experience passionate, expressive, and authentic modern worship music.

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Modern Worship

Classic Service

9:30 & 11am  | Upper Auditorium
9:30am | Online

Rejoice and worship through hymns, choir anthems, and choir solos at our Classic service online.

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Our over-arching goal is to create environments that lead people to an encounter with the living God, who can transform their lives and give them purpose and hope.

What To Expect

When you arrive, please follow the orange signs that will direct you to a special parking area just for you near the front of the building. We have a parking team ready to direct you as well. We’ll have someone waiting to greet you warmly and walk you to where you need to go – just look for the New Here sign. We’ll take the time to answer any questions you have, help get your kids checked in, and let you know about our small groups. If you would like a wheelchair or walker, just let us know. We’re happy to assist you with anything you may need.


If you have children birth through 5th grade, save time for your visit on Sunday by registering your children ahead of time.

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Let us Hear from you

Christmas Eve Services

December 23 | 6:30pm
December 24 | 2:00, 3:30, & 5:00pm

This Christmas, come as you are, and just be open to experiencing love like never before.


Experience the joy, wonder, and faithfulness of Jesus, God with Us, at one of our beautiful Christmas Eve worship services. No matter where you are in your faith walk, Christmas Eve is a beautiful time to connect or reconnect with God and discover hope, find your purpose, and be joyful beyond your circumstances. 

Our Christmas Eve services will be family style, which means that children and students are encouraged to worship alongside the whole family, and our BHBC Kids childhood ministry will be available for birth through pre-k at all our services. 

Post Christmas Service Schedules

December 25 | 11:00am & 2:00pm Online Only
January 1 | 11:00am Online and On Campus Family Style


Our worship schedule will look a little different on Christmas Day with one online service at 11:00am that you can tune in and re-watch anytime afterwards.  On January 1, there will be no LifeGroups, and we will have one family-style service at 11:00 am in the Lower Auditorium.

Were we encourage families of children and students to spend time in worship together. Our BHBC Kids Ministry will be available for children birth through pre-k . Our regularly scheduled services and LifeGroups will resume on January 8.


More Info

Love | Hope | Family | Community

Our mission is to reach everyone around us with the hope of Christ. We are a church founded on building strong families and focused on impacting our community.

We want to show and receive God’s love to those around us, and we live that out practically every day. We strive to bring hope by meeting physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of everyone we come in contact with. We love fiercely, like a family, because everyone is included and our Father loves us all. We’re building biblical community by seeking God’s Word, believing in His promises, and applying what we learn every day.

Our hope is that you and your family find a home with us where you can learn, grow, live, and thrive in Christ Jesus. We’re a multi-generational church with something to offer everyone in your family. Join us for a Sunday morning worship service, and take the next step in your journey with us!


Our Vision & Values 

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The Wise Still Seek & Worship Him

Dec 4

We reflect on the wise men as they sought and worshiped Jesus this week as we continue our sermon series God With Us. We learn that despite the distance, discomfort, and danger, the wise men worshiped Jesus at his birth. What led them to him was...