Music and Arts Camp
Every summer, Broadneck welcomes in the children of the community for a week of growing in faith and creativity while learning a musical to be presented to their families. The play, music, and curriculum are often written by Broadneck members, tailored to meet the needs of our specific time and culture and surrounding community. On Monday-Friday mornings, kids who have completed grades K-5 spend time learning drama, music, and Bible stories around the summer's theme, and creating crafts and props to go along with the stories and songs they learn. It's an incredible week of learning and creativity!
Music and Arts Week 2017 took place July 17-21. We explored the theme of Living Water. Water is everywhere—it is what all people need to live. Over and over again, Jesus compared himself to water. What does Jesus give that each of us need to live? And how can we live in such a way that shares this water with others? Online registration for next summer will open in early April. Click through the gallery of photos on the left to see images from our last few years of camp!
Children in Worship
It's important to our community that our school-aged children aren't shuttled off to a separate place during worship. Instead, they have the chance to sing, learn, and pray alongside us for much of the worship service before their interactive lesson downstairs.
Learn more about how children are integrated in worship services
We have been blessed to have a caring group of adults and caregivers to help with the youngest members of our community. If your baby or toddler decides quiet time is over during worship services, they can learn and play in our nursery and toddler room.
Learn more about childcare options during worship
Nearly every week, we record and post recordings of the sermons at Broadneck Baptist to help us connect and reflect. To get to know our pastors and our community, browse the recordings from the last five years and wrestle and wonder along with us as we learn more about God and God's love for all.
Hear sermons and meditations from pastors and guests at archive.org