Broad Street Ministry Mission Study

June 19, 2017

The Broad Street Ministry Pastoral Nominating Committee (PNC) is made up of Mike Dahl, BSM Executive Director; Jessica Paschke, Congregant and BSM Corporate and Volunteer Relations Manager; BSM Board member Jim Kitchen; and 3 members of Braintrust: Eric Flett, David … Continue reading

Last Night at BSM

October 16, 2017

Last night we gathered to hear from Rev. Samantha Evans as she led us in meditation on Exodus 32:1-14 about the people making a new identity for God, one that suited their purposes, and the disastrous results.  Listen to the sermon … Continue reading

Last Night at BSM

October 9, 2017

Last night we gathered to hear from Rev. Samantha Evans as she led us in meditation on Exodus 3:1-15 about a dangerous calling from God where we are challenged to be all in and make a full turn towards loving … Continue reading

Last Night at BSM

October 2, 2017

Last night we gathered to hear from Rev. Samantha Evans as she led us in meditating on Matthew 21:23-32.  We are encouraged and challenged to change for the better, as individuals and as a society.  There is much work to be done … Continue reading

Last Night at BSM

September 25, 2017

Last night we gathered to explore Matthew 20:1-16 which is the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard. Rev. Michele Ward led us into understanding the grace of God as being for everyone–generosity that welcomes us whether we feel worthy or … Continue reading

Last Night at BSM

September 18, 2017

  Last night we gathered to dig into a difficult text from Numbers 21:4-9. Rev. Samantha Evans helped us explore how we remember who we really are as people in the process of healing! The community offered these prayers to … Continue reading

Last Night at BSM

September 10, 2017

Last night we gathered for a special “Praying for Your Enemies” service, in which Devin preached from Luke 14:16-30 and invited the gathered worshippers to make our way through the space and pray for our enemies–people, things, systems, even ourselves. We held … Continue reading