NEW TO BCC? 

WELCOME! 

WELCOME

  There are many ways to connect at Broadmoor Community Church, United Church of Christ. During the year, we explore the ingredients of authentic community: practicing hospitality, learning spiritual practices, championing environmental restoration and providing a voice for hope and justice.


  We are a people in various places along our spiritual journey. Through worship, fellowship and learning, we are able to realize opportunities for deepening our faith, serving our community, finding God in our daily lives and making lasting friendships.


   Families of all configurations connect through  conversation during the Community Hour and by becoming active in one of the many small groups. Our children receive a warm welcome in Church School and teens find a home in Youth Fellowship.


  Come--find yourself here! 

FAQS

  At one point or another, each of us was new to Broadmoor Community Church! So we all have had questions about what worship at Broadmoor Community Church is like. In order to make your visit as enjoyable as possible, the following information may be helpful in understanding what to expect.

  If you are facing a personal struggle and would like to connect with a staff member on Sunday, please let one of the greeters or a staff member know that you’d like to speak with a minister after the service. Our staff members are available to speak with you and help you to find the right resources to assist you. We look forward to having you join us on Sunday! 

Where Do I Park?

We have a large parking lot to the East of our building with plenty of room. This gives easy access to our downstairs entry, where there are stairs and an elevator to access the main floor and our sanctuary. We also have a few accessible parking spaces near the main entry that lead straight to our Narthex and Sanctuary.

When Should I Arrive?

September - May, we offer a 10:00 AM worship service. Many people arrive a few minutes early to chat, sign their kids in to children's programs or the nursery, and find a seat. If you would like one of our ushers to help you find any of these, you can arrive before 10:00, and we are happy to assist you.

 

In the summer months, we offer a worship service outside in our beautiful Meditation Glen at  8:30 AM, then one in the Sanctuary at 10:00 AM. 

What Should I Wear?

Many in our congregation dress in a business - casual style, and our youth and children dress more casually. Whatever you wear, we are happy you are here! 

Will I Have A Chance To Meet People?

There are always opportunities on Sunday morning to meet people at BCC! Our Fellowship Hour, at 11:00 after worship, is a great chance to get to know others and have a cup of coffee! 

What If I Need Special Assistance For My Sunday Visit?

You can call us before your visit during our business hours to let us know, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs. Our ushers can also help you navigate our building or find a place to sit. Let us know how we can help! 

NEED MORE HELP?


  If you have any additional questions, we are here to help! You can call us on our main line and speak to a staff member or volunteer, (719) 473-1807. You can also shoot us an email or stop by during our business hours to talk with someone further. We would be happy to speak with you. Thank you, we hope to see you soon. 


OUR HISTORY

CHURCH HISTORY


  Broadmoor Community Church, United Church of Christ has a rich history of growth and ministry.


  The church began in 1958, first meeting in a high school auditorium. The first pastor of BCC, George Otto, gave his first sermon the same year. The church's belltower, which has become a beloved symbol of the church, was first played Christmas Eve of 1965. We have had many firsts since, and would not be where we are today without them! 

UCC HISTORY


  The United Church of Christ has Protestant roots, and people from many backgrounds and walks of life find a UCC church home! We are part of a beautifully diverse denomination. You can read more about our history on the UCC website. 

BUILDING HISTORY AND CONGREGATION STATS


  The church building was designed by Dietz Lusk and James Wallace and won the National American Institute of Architects design award in the late 1960s.


  Dedication of the Meditation Glen, a beautiful columbarium and gathering space, took place on August 13, 1961. The area was designed by Willard Russel and executed by Roy Matthews Nursery. It represents a major focal point of the church, for the south glass wall of the sanctuary opens into a secluded area which includes a pool and fountain, walks, and a wide variety of plantings.


  The church has many members and active non-members. You can expect an average of 150 - 200 people in the congregation on any Sunday. 

OUR TEAM

REV. ANNE CUBBAGE, SENIOR PASTOR

REV. MARTA FIORITI, MINISTER OF FAITH FORMATION

REV. LYNN HURST, MINISTER OF MUSIC 

ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT

JOHN DAVIS, BUSINESS MANAGER


SUSAN GRIFFIN & CORINA HURST, 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS