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    Exciting news about our Sanctuary!

    by Rev. Dennis Jones

    On behalf of our Session we would like to share with you the exciting additions coming to our sanctuary this summer — new and upgraded video and audio equipment! Over the years our church has made several advances in the sanctuary to support worship, including a sound system, air conditioning, and even further back, electricity […]

    Note from Dennis

    by Rev. Dennis Jones

    March 20, 2020 Dear Friends, As we all continue to navigate these difficult and anxious days, please know I am holding you all in prayer each day, asking for God’s comfort and peace to be with you. Though we as a church family are not able to see one another in person in the usual […]

    Season of Advent Begins December 1 🎄⭐️

    by Rev. Dennis Jones

    This year the holy season of Advent begins on Sunday, December 1, and lasts for four weeks. Advent is a season celebrated in many Christian churches as a time of expectant waiting. It is a time of preparing to celebrate the birth of Christ long ago in Bethlehem, and to celebrate his promise to be […]

    New Worship Schedule To Launch September 2019

    by Rev. Dennis Jones

    Dear Members and Friends, Here at BRPC we care deeply about the worship of our loving and faithful God.  We believe that it is the center of all that we are and all that we do.  Worship is what restores us and reorients us.  It helps us find our way home.  Home to God. This […]

    Lenten Sermon Series — “Forgiveness”

    by Rev. Dennis Jones

    Lent is the 40-day season of the Christian year where Christians focus on simple living, prayer, and fasting, in order to grow closer to God. It is a season of taking stock of one’s life in general and one’s spiritual life in particular, and to seek repentance, renewal, and rebirth. In some traditions it is […]

    “What Are You Expecting?” — An Advent Sermon Series

    by Rev. Dennis Jones

    This year the season of Advent begins on December 2, and it is the weekend we will kick off our Advent Sermon Series entitled, What Are You Expecting? Advent is a time of anticipation and expectancy. It is a time of waiting, and preparing, and being open to the arrival of God’s presence in our […]