At Buckhall Church, we believe strongly that we are called as disciples of Christ to not just say yes to Jesus, and then sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. We are called into ever deepening relationship with Christ and to stretch ourselves and grow towards, as John Wesley put it, "perfection in Christian love."
We have several ongoing opportunities for this,
along with special or short-term opportunities throughout the year.
We're always on the lookout for new ways to engage our faith, so if you have a suggestion for a small group
or a study, please let us know!
Brian M. leads our Monday night study, based in scripture as well as book studies. They meet on Monday nights at 7:30pm at the church, and also have a hybrid Zoom option available. If you'd like more information, please contact the church office.
We offer study groups that meet during our morning services, engaging with studies from the Bible, as well as book studies.
Pastor Sean leads weeknight studies, usually short-term opportunities (4-6 weeks), throughout the year. Please keep an eye on our weekly emails for updates on upcoming studies from Pastor Sean, and other leaders.
We offer Youth (6th-12th grade) Sunday School options during our 11:15am service, as well as youth-oriented mission and social gatherings throughout the year.
For the younger kids, we have Children's time during our worship services, followed by Children's church & Sunday School. Children are welcome to leave with their teachers right from the children's time, or they are welcome to remain in the sanctuary for the rest of the service.
In addition to dedicated prayer time during our worship services, we have a few other ways we engage in prayer together as well.
Our prayer team is committed to praying for the joys and concerns lifted by the congregation, as well as the needs of our community and the world. If you'd like to join our prayer team, email Kathy Clark.
At various times, we open our sanctuary for community prayer. We have periodic studies on
prayer and we also gather as a community to experience different forms of prayer.