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Welcome Dr. Keith Bodner!

We are so pleased that Dr. Keith Bodner, professor of Religious Studies at Crandall University has accepted our offer to join our interim team. Keith is familiar with our congregation having been a guest preacher on multiple occasions. He and his family look forward to worshipping with us on Sundays as they continue to live in Moncton. On a quarterly basis Keith will be involved in pastoral staff retreats to help shape the pulpit ministry to the needs of our church family.

Are You in the Directory?

Over the past year Brunswick Street Baptist Church has been seeking to update our Online Directory. This resource is only accessible to those who are included within the online directory. To be a part of the 150+ families in our online directory please send an email to bsbc@bsbc.nb.ca with all the information that you wish to include in your profile (ideally a phone number, email, and photograph of your family) and we will make sure you are included!

Going Green!

We’re asking you to think about helping us reduce paper use at BSBC. We’re pleased to report a great response to the initiative inviting households to sign up for “electronic mailings” for the fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. So far 82 households have chosen to forgo a paper copy of these letters/envelopes being left in their mailbox or mailed to their homes.

Fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas & Easter mailings

If you would like to adopt this method of communication simply email Lisa Kitchen in the church office and she will be happy to add you to the list. That’s one way to save!

Bulletins & Newsletters

Over the last number of months we have monitored the number of bulletins and newsletters left over each week and made adjustments based on this knowledge. But we thought we should remind you that the weekly newsletter is available on our website OR you can email Lisa and she will add you to the list to receive the weekly newsletter in your inbox. She is also able to send you the bulletin if you wish. If you do this then we’d encourage you to forego taking a copy on Sunday mornings; we’ll adjust printing accordingly as we monitor each week’s “leftovers”.

Thank you for helping us reduce our paper use which will make BSBC a ‘greener’ place to be!