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BCC Worship Services

Brookside Congregational Church Religious Services

Sunday Morning Worship, Sanctuary – 10:00 amreading-the-Bible 2
Church School

Childcare is available for infants and toddlers during worship services. Everyone is invited to stay for coffee immediately after the service, in Fellowship Hall.

So that all may Worship with us…
Brookside is fully accessible, with a covered ramp at the rear of the church, a special pew to accommodate wheelchairs, an elevator reaching all levels of the facility, and handicap-accessible restrooms both downstairs and in the Sanctuary Narthex.

There are large print bulletins and hymns for use during Sunday’s worship. Assistive listening devices (hearing aids) are available for use during the service. If you cannot find these materials in the Sanctuary Narthex, please ask an usher for assistance.

Additional Services

Find out more about New Member Opportunities, Baptism, Holy Communion, Bible Readings and access the Audio Recordings of our Services are online by scrolling down.

Brookside Congregational Church facility offers other services from counseling to our library, click here to find out more.

The Memorial Chapel is open for prayer during church office regular hours.

Missed a Sunday? Teaching a children’s workshop? Want to listen again?

Sunday services of worship are recorded and are available to download/listen to via our audio recordings page. The scripture readings and sermons are also available on our website. Click here to view and to listen to our “audio recordings”.

Worship Volunteers
Download this month’s Sunday volunteer schedule HERE.

New Member Information
If you are interested in joining Brookside, please speak with Rev. Eric Jackson, Senior Pastor (669-2807, ext. 101 or

If you are interested in receiving this sacrament please speak with Rev. Eric Jackson, Senior Pastor  (669-2807, ext. 101 or

Holy Communion
The sacrament of Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. Brookside uses gluten-free bread for Communion, so that those who have a gluten intolerance may participate fully in the sacrament.

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The process of Lectio Divina as presented in worship in April, 2016. Lectio Divina Click here to download or view this document on Hearing God’s Voice through Scripture.