INFORMATION

REOPENING

Due to King County’s entrance into phase 2 of Washington’s Safe Start Plan, we began in person services on Sunday July 26. Washington State and County officials have placed restrictions on gatherings to minimize the spread of COVID-19; upon arriving on Sunday morning, you will be asked about symptoms and have your temperature checked. Please also be conscientious about wearing masks and social distancing during the service.

 

We will continue to live-stream our worship service at 10:30 AM for those who are unable to attend in person. Use the button below to watch and click here for this week’s sermon notes.

If you have any questions, please write us a message using our contact form or email us at info@bpcburien.org.

KIDS BIBLE STUDY

Our kids ministry team is excited about a new direction for the fall – due to the limitations of in-person meetings, we will be combining our usual Sunday morning, Awana, and MOMlife programs into one and calling it Kids Bible Study!

 

Please visit the kids ministry page for more information.

SUNDAY SCHOOL

We will offer an online gathering at 9:00 AM before the live stream service begins. These may look a little different each week but the same purpose will remain: to come together as the church and to encourage, equip and empower you to be the church!

 

You can join the meeting by 8:45am with the following options:

  • Connect from your computer, iPad, or smart phone using a web browser:            https://meetings.ringcentral.com/j/1498943128
  • Dial in on your phone: 206.278.9013, and enter the meeting ID (148 087 0533)
  • Backup dial-in: 623.404.9000

 

If you have any questions, please contact david@dehneng.com

COMMUNION INSTRUCTIONS

Though we are apart physically, we are still committed to observing the Lord’s Supper together once a month.

 

  • Prior to the start of service, prepare the elements you will partake (pour small amounts of juice into cups and arrange some pieces of crackers or bread on a small plate).
  • After the sermon, Pastor Bud will lead in a time of meditation to help focus our hearts on what Jesus did for us on the cross. (For families with children, it may be helpful for one parent to pray aloud to help everyone.)
  • Following a brief time of prayer/meditation, you will be directed to partake of the bread first, and then the cup.
Consider preparing for communion by studying this document of passages pertaining to the Lord’s Supper and meditating on the included questions.

GIVING

We are thankful for the historical faithfulness of those who call Boulevard Park Church their home. We also understand that financial situations have changed drastically for some over the last several weeks. For those who are still able to give, here are four available options:

 

  • Online at bpcburien.com/give
  • Mail a check to 1822 S 128th St, Seattle, WA 98168
  • Bill pay through your bank
  • Drop off at the offering box inside the church building next to the office

FINANCIAL HELP

We understand that many of you are facing financial hardships during this time and we want to help. Our desire is to demonstrate the love of Christ through caring for those in need.

 

  • If you are in need of immediate financial assistance, please call the church office at 206.243.2600 or email Pastor Bud at: bud.diener@bpcburien.org

ASSISTANCE

If you are unable to leave your home, we have people who are ready to help. We want to be the hands and feet of Jesus, whether it means helping you shop for groceries, picking up medicine, delivering child care items, or bringing other emergency supplies.

 

  • If you are in need of assistance, please call the church office at 206.243.2600 or email us at: info@bpcburien.org

“Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice. Let your reasonableness be known to everyone. The Lord is at hand; do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

– Philippians 4:4–7