It’s really all about missions.

Colossians 1:18

“He is also head of the body, the church; and He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead, so that He Himself will come to have first place in everything.”


This says that, when seeking how to do church, Jesus must “have first place in everything.”  If Jesus is to have first place in everything, I have first place in NOTHING!


If he is to have first place in everything, then his last words recorded in Matthew 28 must take priority. Let's paraphrase what he said in that passage:  It’s really all about missions!


Matthew 28:18-20

“All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”


We are to “make disciples of all nations.”

It’s really all about missions!

That leads us to the phrase that guides all we do... 

Every One on Mission!


How can every one be on mission? How is that even possible? If Jesus commanded it, He will make it possible.  In short, we want every one of us fully engaged in carrying out the orders of Jesus for the church. That means we want every one on mission. For that to happen, we must have two priorities in common:


Large Group Worship

Small Group Ministry


God works in our lives in unique and wonderful ways when we engage in corporate worship. That is why large group worship is so crucial to every one being on mission. We understand the importance of our daily one-on-one worship of the Father, but there is something unique and powerful about large group worship.


The second priority is small group ministry. Our small groups are called B Groups. Our B Groups help us believe, belong, and become.  B Groups focus on the salvation of their members. We want them to believe. One cannot be on mission for Christ if he or she doesn’t know Christ.


B Groups also serve to help each B Group member to belong. While one can remain anonymous in a large group worship setting, anonymity is impossible in the B Group setting. We are able to connect with other followers of Christ, and this is so important. We are then able to have support, love, and accountability at a personal level not possible in the corporate worship setting. In B Groups, we finally learn to belong.


Lastly, B Groups help each of us become the disciple God has called us to be. Through our B Groups we are on mission all the time. We challenge each B Group to have missions partnerships locally, regionally, and internationally. These B Groups are to be active in doing missions with their partners. This results in frequent local missions endeavors and periodic short-term mission trips all over the world. Every year, hundreds of our Broadmoor family are involved in these missions efforts. 

So, as you can see, missions isn’t a pastime restricted to brothers and sisters who do this work as a vocation. Every one must be on mission. And that is our passion here at Broadmoor.

Every One on Mission!


We believe that each person was created to Worship the Creator. Worship is not about us. It's about God! We worship through music, teaching, creative arts, giving and serving. We offer several formats each week for you to participate in Worship. We want you to feel comfortable in expressing yourself in Worship. Choose one that fits your style. Don't come to be entertained, come to worship!

  • Featuring our Celebration Choir and Orchestra, this service is the longest standing format for Broadmoor. From Organ Preludes to Choir Anthems, from Brass Ensembles to fresh new hymn arrangements; this service offers what many have come to expect from a Church rooted in a community for over 80 years. Always purusing the Throne of God through excellence and grace. Dr. Chuck Pourciau delivers the message each week from the Bible. You will hear a practical message that is easy to understand and that you can apply to your everyday world right away. This service meets twice each Sunday Morning and although guests will see people dressed in coats and ties they will also see many in the pews wearing whatever is comfortable to them. Come as you are... you are welcome here!

    Celebration Service: Sunday, 8:30

    Worship Center South (Temporary Location)

  • DOXA is a GREAT word! No word better describes what happens in corporate worship. It is filled with meaning.  In its verb form, it means to praise, honor, and glorify. And that’s what we seek to do when we gather for worship as the family of God at Broadmoor Baptist. What is most important when we gather to worship? Is it the instruments, the worship leaders, or the preaching? No, it’s the DOXA, the glory. As we gather for worship, may DOXA be our focus. Seek to glorify God, and you will leave, stunned at having been in the presence of your Creator and Savior.  

    Our service is a dynamic example of breaking down barriers in Worship. Set in modern environment, the new "Worship Center South" holds the sweeping harmonies of voices singing with nothing other than a quiet acoustic guitar, all the way to giant heart pounding rhythms that are a "full on" expression of the power of God!

    Dr. Chuck Pourciau delivers the message each week from the Bible. You will hear a practical message that is easy to understand and that you can apply to your everyday world right away. This service meet at 11:00 AM each Sunday Morning and guests are encouraged to come early and stay late. You will see people wearing everything from wing tips to flip flops. Come as you are... you are welcome here!

    DOXA: Sunday, 11:00 AM

    Worship Center South

  • El Ministerio Hispano de la Iglesia Bautista Broadmoor existe en respuesta a la dirección que Dios ha dado a esta congregación de “ir por todo el mundo y predicar el evangelio a toda criatura” (Marcos 16:15). Como Ministerio Hispano deseamos llevar el mensaje del evangelio en nuestro idioma español a aquellos que necesitan escuchar el mensaje de esperanza de Dios por Jesucristo, tal y como lo encontramos en las Escrituras, la Biblia. Esto lo llevamos a cabo, en parte, en nuestras diversas reuniones durante la semana en donde cantamos himnos de adoración y cantos de alabanza para glorificar a nuestro Dios, tenemos lecturas bíblicas y tiempos de oración, y también tenemos un tiempo de predicación de las Escrituras, no solo en nuestro idioma, sino también como un mensaje relevante, fácil de entender y con aplicación práctica a la vida diaria. Estas actividades se realizan en la Capilla Tatum, dentro de las instalaciones de la Iglesia Bautista Broadmoor. Esta capilla pequeña está en el extremo sudeste de nuestros edificios, con fácil acceso desde Youree Drive.

    SERVICIO HISPANO: Domingo, 11:00 AM

    Capilla Memorial

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