New to Brick Lane Community Church?

Welcome!  We are glad you're here, and look forward to getting to know you.  We know that it can be difficult to walk into the doors of a church for the first time. Several events at Brick Lane are geared to help you fit in quickly and easily.

Fellowship After Worship

 Sunday Morning Worship is when we gather to worship Jesus Christ together.  Our service begins at 10:30 AM, and we hope you'll join us. Dress as casual as you like, because the focus isn't on us -- it's on our Lord. Stick around for coffee and conversation, we love meeting new people!

Adult Sunday School, offered on Sundays at 8:45 AM, is the first step in getting to know new people. Here is an opportunity to meet other believers in a low-key, relaxed setting, spending an extended period of time in fellowship before the teaching begins.

Our Children's Ministry exists to come alongside parents in teaching their children to know and love God.  We have nursery for infants and toddlers, Sunday School for age 2 through 6th grade, and  Children's Worship during the worship service for children in grades K - 3, during the sermon.

Youth Ministry serves those grades 7-12, with classes for Junior and Senior High.  Sunday School begins at 8:45 AM with times of fellowship, worship, and teaching.

Vine and Branches seeks to connect young adults to Christ as we abide in Him.

Once a month we hold Welcome Lunches after our worship service, providing a great meal and a chance to briefly learn a bit more what Brick Lane is all about.  These low-intensity, informal gatherings are hosted by our small groups and are another great first step for those interested in our church.

Sunday Evening Prayer Meeting is one of the best ways to get to know others. Praying together in small and large groups allows you to interact with others on a more intimate level.

Small Groups
The people of Brick Lane who will become your closest friends will be those you meet in a small group. These are offered at various times in a variety of formats, mostly in homes.

Newcomers' Class, offered twice a year, explains our church's history, distinctives and vision. While it is a prerequisite for formally joining the church, many folks take it just to get to know us a little better before deciding if this is the church for them.