BACC reaches out to
proclaim the Gospel,
Reaches up to worship God
and Reaches in to nurture and
grow in faith and love.
Saturday Casual Worship Service:
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
SUMMER Sunday Worship Services:
Early Service: 9:15 - 10:15 a.m.
Late Service: 10:45 - 11:45 a.m.
Adult Sunday School
9:30- 10:30 a.m.
It was late on Sunday evening when I was leaving Beaufont Healthcare Center after visiting Dr. Andrews. Dr. Jack and John Crank both said the same thing to me that day. They both reflected on the blessings they have had in life. As I was leaving, there was a gentleman sitting outside who said he was sitting there watching the deer over in the woods. He said, "I never used to notice things like that when I was young." With a deep peaceful sigh, he acknowledged the gift of being able to see the beauty that is right in front of us all the time.
Life is fleeting. Loved ones are gone from us before we were ready to say goodbye. Children grow up and go off to their own new ventures, it seems, in the blink of an eye.
Jesus calls us to live abundantly. We shouldn't just get through our days. We are to live them fully - as if this is our first and as if it is our last day.
The problem that seems so insurmountable - give it to God and allow God to fill you with the peace of this moment. God is here. God is with us. We need not fear because we are not alone. Trust that God will give you what you need. God will give you the right words. Go will give you the hope, the patience, the strength you need.
Live today mindfully. Live today as the blessing it is. Yes, we have hard things. Yes, we have sorrow, grief and worry to bear, but trust that there is one who will always stand alongside of us. Oh dear friends, see the gift of beauty in the eyes of your family, see the beauty of God's good earth, see the beauty of God alive in you.
Everyone is invited to Château d'Bagpipe!
19th Annual bagpipe concert - Saturday, October 12, 2019
8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30 pm)
This concert uncorks a bold blend of traditional piobaireachd with the movement of marches, strathspeys, reels, hornpipes, jigs, and more. It blends the true essence of Highland (music) with adaptation for British military use as well as the full bodied enjoyment of good Irish "crack." It is laced with the essence of blackwood, leather, cane reed, beeswax, and is tempered by the balance of synthetic reeds. This blend rests nicely on the palate and its forward finish lingers with the essence of heather. Pairs nicely with the myriad of culinary delights provided in Susan Deihl's traditional banquet which follows the performance. Please enjoy responsibly.