COVID-19

Community Update

In consideration of the public health concerns related to COVID-19, we will be hosting Sunday services, midweek lessons & prospective devotionals online until further notice. Below are resources & instructions on how to stay connected and participate in these online services.

Sunday Service’s Livestream:

Livestream church services will be available at 9am & 11:15am at browardchurch.org or on our Facebook page.

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COVID-19

Community Update

In consideration of the public health concerns related to COVID-19, we will be hosting Sunday services, midweek lessons & prospective devotionals online until further notice. Below are resources & instructions on how to stay connected and participate in these online services.

Sunday Service’s Livestream:

Livestream church services will be available at 9am & 11:15am at browardchurch.org or on our Facebook page.

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Quarantine support flyer download here.

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This Week’s Schedule

For our Midweeks, Community Group Leader’s Meetings, Teen & Single’s Devotionals, we will be using a platform called “Zoom”. For further assistance, you can also watch the video tutorial for more information.

Midweek Classes//Wednesdays, 7:30PM

*Meetings codes may not be necessary

OT/Meeting Code: 551670029 | Acts/ Meeting ID: 8041318715 | Romans/Meeting ID: 813273261 | Teens/Meeting ID: 808631074

Biblical Narrative of the Old Testament
Acts
Romans
High School Teens

Leaders Meeting//Fri, 7:30PM

In order to continue our Community Group Leader’s meetings we will use Zoom every Friday evening. Our first meeting is Friday, March 20th. Instructions on how to join these meetings is below.

CG/Meeting ID: 813273261

Community groups

Campus Devotional//Thurs, 7PM

Campus Ministry Devotionals will be hosted every Thursday evening. The first Campus Devo will be on March 26th on Instagram Live.

CAMPUS

Teen Devotional//Fri, 7:30PM

Teen Ministry Devotionals will be hosted every Friday evening. The first Teen Devo will be on April 3rd.

Teen/Meeting ID: 808631074

TEENS

Singles Devotionals//See below for details

Devotionals will be hosted every 3rd Friday of the month (the first Singles Devo will be on April 17th).

SINGLES

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Quarantine support flyer download here.

This Week’s Schedule

For our Midweeks, Community Group Leader’s Meetings, Teen & Single’s Devotionals, we will be using a platform called “Zoom”.

Midweek Classes//Wed, 7:30PM

*Meetings codes may not be necessary

Romans/ Meeting ID: 813273261

Acts/ Meeting ID: 8041318715

Overview/ Meeting Code: 551670029

Teens/ Meeting ID: 808631074

Biblical Narrative of OT
ACTS
Romans
Teens
High School Teens
Romans
Acts

Leaders Meeting//Fri, 7:30PM

In order to continue our Community Group Leader’s meetings we will use Zoom every Friday evening. Our first meeting is Friday, March 20th. Instructions on how to join these meetings is below.

CG Meeting ID: 813273261

Community groups
Community groups

Campus Devotional//Thu, 7PM

Campus Ministry Devotionals will be hosted every Thursday evening. The first Campus Devo will be on MARCH 26th on Instagram LIVE.

CAMPUS
SINGLES
CAMPUS

Teen Devotional//Fri, 7:30PM

Teen Ministry Devotionals will be hosted every Friday evening. The first Teen Devo will be starting on April 3rd.

Teen/ Meeting ID: 808631074

Teens
SINGLES
CAMPUS

Singles Devotionals//See details below

Devotionals will be hosted every 3rd Friday of the month (the first Singles Devo will be on April 17th).

FTL/Meeting ID: 3650711067

Devotional
SAWGRASS SINGLES
Ft. Lauderdale SINGLES
SINGLES
CAMPUS

Video Call Instructions

Instructions to connect to each class:

For our Midweeks, Community Group Leader’s Meetings, Teen & Single’s Devotionals, we will be using a platform called “Zoom”. To access this platform you can download it on your computer/desktop or the App on your phone, visit zoom.us and input the meeting ID associated with your class session noted above (i.e. “813273261”), or click the link for your class to join directly. You can also watch the video tutorial for more information.

Video Call Instructions

Instructions to connect to each class:

For our Midweeks, Community Group Leader’s Meetings, Teen & Single’s Devotionals, we will be using a platform called “Zoom”. To access this platform you can download it on your computer/desktop or the App on your phone, visit zoom.us and input the meeting ID associated with your class session noted above (i.e. “813273261”), or click the link for your class to join directly. You can also watch the video tutorial for more information.

This Week’s Survey

We’ve developed a survey in order to stay informed about our congregation’s needs throughout this uncertain time. Please take the survey below bi-weekly to help us assess any needs or concerns you may have as a member.

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Giving & Volunteering

We want to continue reaching our community and church members during this time. If you are able, please continue giving to the church online by using the link provided.

How can you VOLUNTEER during this time? Maybe you can help an elderly neighbor with their groceries, offer to look after a friend’s child if they have to work, make a meal for a family in need, or simply share some toilet paper!

Find out if friends or fellow Community Group members are able to access Sunday service, midweeks and other online resources. You can offer to help or get help for those who are having difficulty. Sign-up as a volunteer through the survey provided above.

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CCC SURVEY

Giving & Volunteering

We want to continue reaching our community and church members during this time. If you are able, please continue giving to the church online by using the link provided.

How can you VOLUNTEER during this time? Maybe you can help an elderly neighbor with their groceries, offer to look after a friend’s child if they have to work, make a meal for a family in need, or simply share some toilet paper!

Find out if friends or fellow Community Group members are able to access Sunday service, midweeks and other online resources. You can offer to help or get help for those who are having difficulty. Sign-up as a volunteer through the survey provided above.

GIVING
VOLUNTEER
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GIVING

This Week’s Survey

We’ve developed a survey in order to stay informed about our congregation’s needs throughout this uncertain time. Please take the survey below bi-weekly to help us assess any needs or concerns you may have as a member.

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This Week’s Family Resources





Please watch the video from our Kingdom Kids Ministry Director to learn how you can help your child continue in their Eureka! devotionals.

Click “+” below for message & instructions from Director

Dear Parents,

From beginning to end, the Bible tells the stories of people who faced unprecedented challenges and walked through uncharted territory. These stories can inspire our faith in these uncertain times. The CO-VID-19 virus presents us with a new normal – school closing, working from home and social distancing are part of our current landscape.

Schedule, predictability, and routine help all children thrive. That’s why the Broward Church is working hard to give all of our members resources and different avenues to establish familiarity and connection. One resource we want to continue to provide is access to weekly Eureka! lessons on Realm. You will see a Leaders Guide which is the teacher’s “lesson plan” and a Discovery Guide which will be your child’s worksheet. Parents can use the Leaders Guide to navigate through the lesson. There are question prompts, activities and a Bible story on your worksheet. As you work alongside your child(ren), they will work through and fill out their Discovery Guide. Because of the way Eureka! is structured, all ages will have the same Bible story and memory verses. This Bible story is repeated twice a week. That means that the lesson you do as a family on Sunday will be repeated on Wednesday. We love this because it allows extra time to grasp a story before moving on to the next Bible story. We encourage all families to use this during family time in the coming weeks.

Some things to keep in mind:

There will be some resources you will not have access to from your Leaders Guide. For example, all lessons start with a fun story with characters from your child(ren) age group. You will pass that portion of the lesson and move on to the next section.

Eureka! is split into 3 age groups; Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten, Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade), and Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade). If you have children in multiple grades I suggest using Younger Elementary as your Leaders Guide and giving your child their appropriate aged Discovery Guide. They are easily adaptable since the material and content are the same.

Have fun! Eureka! is all about allowing each child to discover God, and have their own Eureka! moment.

Sun, 3/29 | Eureka Kingdom Kids Downloads

STEP 1: Teacher Guide

Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten
Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade)
Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade)

STEP 2: Student Worksheet

Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten
Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade)
Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade)

Family Resources

Please watch the video from our Kingdom Kids Ministry Director to learn how you can help your child continue in their Eureka! devotionals.

Click “+” below for message and instructions from director

From beginning to end, the Bible tells the stories of people who faced unprecedented challenges and walked through uncharted territory.  These stories can inspire our faith in these uncertain times.   The CO-VID-19 virus presents us with a new normal – school closing, working from home and social distancing are part of our current landscape.  
 
Schedule, predictability, and routine help all children thrive. That’s why the Broward Church is working hard to give all of our members resources and different avenues to establish familiarity and connection. One resource we want to continue to provide is access to weekly Eureka! lessons on Realm. You will see a Leaders Guide which is the teacher’s “lesson plan” and a Discovery Guide which will be your child’s worksheet. Parents can use the Leaders Guide to navigate through the lesson. There are question prompts, activities and a Bible story on your worksheet. As you work alongside your child(ren), they will work through and fill out their Discovery Guide. Because of the way Eureka! is structured, all ages will have the same Bible story and memory verses. This Bible story is repeated twice a week. That means that the lesson you do as a family on Sunday will be repeated on Wednesday. We love this because it allows extra time to grasp a story before moving on to the next Bible story. We encourage all families to use this during family time in the coming weeks. 
 
Some things to keep in mind:
There will be some resources you will not have access to from your Leaders Guide. For example, all lessons start with a fun story with characters from your child(ren) age group. You will pass that portion of the lesson and move on to the next section. 
 
Eureka! is split into 3 age groups; Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten, Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade), and Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade). If you have children in multiple grades I suggest using Younger Elementary as your Leaders Guide and giving your child their appropriate aged Discovery Guide. They are easily adaptable since the material and content are the same.  
 
Have fun! Eureka! is all about allowing each child to discover God, and have their own Eureka! moment. 

Please watch the video from our Kingdom Kids Ministry Director to learn how you can help your child continue in their Eureka! devotionals.

From beginning to end, the Bible tells the stories of people who faced unprecedented challenges and walked through uncharted territory.  These stories can inspire our faith in these uncertain times.   The CO-VID-19 virus presents us with a new normal – school closing, working from home and social distancing are part of our current landscape.  
 
Schedule, predictability, and routine help all children thrive. That’s why the Broward Church is working hard to give all of our members resources and different avenues to establish familiarity and connection. One resource we want to continue to provide is access to weekly Eureka! lessons on Realm. You will see a Leaders Guide which is the teacher’s “lesson plan” and a Discovery Guide which will be your child’s worksheet. Parents can use the Leaders Guide to navigate through the lesson. There are question prompts, activities and a Bible story on your worksheet. As you work alongside your child(ren), they will work through and fill out their Discovery Guide. Because of the way Eureka! is structured, all ages will have the same Bible story and memory verses. This Bible story is repeated twice a week. That means that the lesson you do as a family on Sunday will be repeated on Wednesday. We love this because it allows extra time to grasp a story before moving on to the next Bible story. We encourage all families to use this during family time in the coming weeks. 
 
Some things to keep in mind:
There will be some resources you will not have access to from your Leaders Guide. For example, all lessons start with a fun story with characters from your child(ren) age group. You will pass that portion of the lesson and move on to the next section. 
 
Eureka! is split into 3 age groups; Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten, Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade), and Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade). If you have children in multiple grades I suggest using Younger Elementary as your Leaders Guide and giving your child their appropriate aged Discovery Guide. They are easily adaptable since the material and content are the same.  
 
Have fun! Eureka! is all about allowing each child to discover God, and have their own Eureka! moment. 

**Check back Sat: 3/21 & Tue: 3/24

Eureka Kingdom Kids Downloads

TEACHER GUIDE

Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten
Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade)
Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade)
Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten
Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade)
Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade)

Eureka Kingdom Kids Downloads

Sun, 3/29

TEACHER GUIDE

Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten
Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade)
Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade)

STUDENT WORKSHEETS

Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten
Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade)
Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade)
Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten
Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade)
Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade)

STUDENT WORKSHEETS

Toddlers/Preschool/Kindergarten
Younger Elementary (1st & 2nd grade)
Older. Elementary (3rd-5th grade)

Stay Informed

We’re following a reliable list of information for educational, planning and management purposes. Here are some websites you can refer to for additional information.

CDC on COVID-19
The US Center for Disease Control’s up-to-date resources on coronavirus.

CDC Resources for Community and Faith-Based Organizations
The CDC has also created resources specifically for faith-based organizations to respond to influenza pandemic, which are applicable in this situation. As a church, we’re implementing this guidance.

Managing Anxiety Around Coronavirus Coverage
The American Psychological Association created this resource to help manage anxiety around coverage of COVID-19.

Addressing Mental Health Issues
This resource from the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Network provides guidelines for addressing mental health issues that may arise, and offers advice for messaging, including among children, older adults, people with disabilities, and those in quarantine.

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Here’s What We Are Doing as a Church Staff

Praying. Every day we praying for the intervention of God on this matter. We believe that God is sovereign meaning that He is not surprised by this pandemic and has a plan in mind for recovery from it. We are praying for His wisdom, guidance, and healing.

Staying Informed. We are staying up-to-date on how COVID-19 is affecting our city, state, country, and world. Through credible sources, like the CDC, we are able to stay informed on how best to prevent the spread of this virus and using best practices at BC.

Providing Resources. We believe that the local church is a beacon of light in the world. It is our responsibility to get in the trenches to help in this time of trouble. We will continue to provide a weekly experience for you and your family to engage in a Broward Church service. We are also looking for ways to help out in our local community to help those in need.

Here’s What You Can Do to Help

Pray. Pray for our community and those directly affected by COVID-19. Pray for the health care workers who are treating the sick and those in leadership making difficult decisions. Pray that God would protect our community from further spread of the virus.

Be generous. While our world is anxiously protecting themselves, let’s live like Jesus and be generous during this time. Buy someone else’s groceries, give a neighbor some toilet paper, give sacrificially. We can still be generous during this time because we know who is our provider, Our God.

Practice personal hygiene. Wash your hands frequently, stay home if you are sick, and cover your coughs or sneezes with a tissue.

Day of Prayer & Fasting

Thursday, Mar. 26

Prayer and Fasting

This Thursday, March 26, we are inviting all Broward Church members to pray and fast. Although many of us are staying at home to slow the spread of CoVid-19, praying Christians encounter no “social distancing” from the Lord when we come to Him in prayer!

Isaiah 58 details what true fasting means. Clearly, God is not interested in bargaining or manipulation – “If you fast from this, I will give you that,” see Isaiah 58: 3. It’s not clear exactly how we should fast, but the scriptures tell us that there is a kind of fasting God has chosen (Isaiah 58: 6). It is concerned with the needy, the weak and the poor.

In Matthew 6:16, Jesus does not say “If you fast,” but “When you fast.” He assumed fasting would be a part of our life as his followers. When we fast, we set aside something that is good (eating, for example) for something that is better, a deeper desire for the heart of God.

Prayer and Fasting Helps

The early church collectively prayed and fasted. Consider calling someone and praying together on the phone, or pray together as a household. Invite your friends to pray and fast with us on March 26.

Read and meditate on Isaiah 58 to better understand true fasting.

Pray specifically for the three things Tony mentioned in the midweek lesson: Our world, that we can meet together as a church by Easter, and that Broward Church would meet our budget.

Stay Informed

We’re following a reliable list of information for educational, planning and management purposes. Here are some websites you can refer to for additional information.

CDC on COVID-19


The US Center for Disease Control’s up-to-date resources on coronavirus.

CDC Resources for Community and Faith-Based Organizations


The CDC has also created resources specifically for faith-based organizations to respond to influenza pandemic, which are applicable in this situation. As a church, we’re implementing this guidance.

Managing Anxiety Around Coronavirus Coverage


The American Psychological Association created this resource to help manage anxiety around coverage of COVID-19.

Addressing Mental Health Issues


This resource from the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Network provides guidelines for addressing mental health issues that may arise, and offers advice for messaging, including among children, older adults, people with disabilities, and those in quarantine.

 

Here’s What We Are Doing as a Church Staff

Praying. Every day we praying for the intervention of God on this matter. We believe that God is sovereign meaning that He is not surprised by this pandemic and has a plan in mind for recovery from it. We are praying for His wisdom, guidance, and healing.

Staying Informed. We are staying up-to-date on how COVID-19 is affecting our city, state, country, and world. Through credible sources, like the CDC, we are able to stay informed on how best to prevent the spread of this virus and using best practices at BC.

Providing Resources. We believe that the local church is a beacon of light in the world. It is our responsibility to get in the trenches to help in this time of trouble. We will continue to provide a weekly experience for you and your family to engage in a Broward Church service. We are also looking for ways to help out in our local community to help those in need.

Here’s What You Can Do to Help

Pray. Pray for our community and those directly affected by COVID-19. Pray for the health care workers who are treating the sick and those in leadership making difficult decisions. Pray that God would protect our community from further spread of the virus.

Be generous. While our world is anxiously protecting themselves, let’s live like Jesus and be generous during this time. Buy someone else’s groceries, give a neighbor some toilet paper, give sacrificially. We can still be generous during this time because we know who is our provider, Our God.

Practice personal hygiene. Wash your hands frequently, stay home if you are sick, and cover your coughs or sneezes with a tissue.

 

Day of Prayer & Fasting

Thursday, Mar. 26

Prayer and Fasting

This Thursday, March 26, we are inviting all Broward Church members to pray and fast. Although many of us are staying at home to slow the spread of CoVid-19, praying Christians encounter no “social distancing” from the Lord when we come to Him in prayer!

Isaiah 58 details what true fasting means. Clearly, God is not interested in bargaining or manipulation – “If you fast from this, I will give you that,” see Isaiah 58: 3. It’s not clear exactly how we should fast, but the scriptures tell us that there is a kind of fasting God has chosen (Isaiah 58: 6). It is concerned with the needy, the weak and the poor.

In Matthew 6:16, Jesus does not say “If you fast,” but “When you fast.” He assumed fasting would be a part of our life as his followers. When we fast, we set aside something that is good (eating, for example) for something that is better, a deeper desire for the heart of God.

Prayer and Fasting Helps

The early church collectively prayed and fasted. Consider calling someone and praying together on the phone, or pray together as a household. Invite your friends to pray and fast with us on March 26.

Read and meditate on Isaiah 58 to better understand true fasting.

Pray specifically for the three things Tony mentioned in the midweek lesson: Our world, that we can meet together as a church by Easter, and that Broward Church would meet our budget.

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