SUNDAY WORSHIP TIMES:

Online:
9:00 am traditional
10:00 am contemporary

In-Person:
11:00 am Sanctuary & Contemporary

AROUND BR

Our Kindness Outreach Ministries is an outward expression of the lessons we learn from Jesus to share our faith through love and action in our neighborhood and surrounding community.

Red Stick Together

Red Stick Together was launched on December 22, 2019 as a place where people could get together and share a meal. This ministry is following the “dinner church” theology that started with Jesus and was carried through the early development of the Christian church. Through mid-March 2020, people would gather on Wednesday nights at 6:00 pm to enjoy a good free meal, community with neighbors, live music & a positive message.

Then COVID-19 forced us to make a slight change. Now, we’re serving FREE TO-GO plates of food available outside in front of Red Stick Together for anyone in need. We’ve grown from one night a week to three and are ramping up to serve 750 meals each week. Anyone can come by on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00 pm to get a good, professionally prepared meal.

There are a few guidelines we’ve put in place at this time.
> One meal per person
> First come, first served
> If you arrive on foot, please practice safe social distancing per CDC guidelines (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html)

To keep this ministry going and growing, we need the support of volunteers like YOU. Right now, we need volunteers to tape postcards on to-go boxes, bake cookies, pick up food and bring to the Red Stick Together site, make to-go plates, talk to diners in line, and hand out food.

Click here to sign-up today!

Southeast Ministries
This is a non-profit charitable organization started at Broadmoor United Methodist Church. It is now located next door to Broadmoor’s campus at 476 Sharp Rd and staffed by volunteers from 19 churches. We work together to provide food to qualifying clients who live in Baton Rouge.

Visit the Southeast Ministries Site

ESL (English as a Second Language)
We minister to adult immigrants by teaching them the English language through learning about American culture and life skills with the goal that they learn to survive and thrive in our society.
Open Air Ministries

This is a laity-led ministry in which volunteers provide music, Bible study leadership, prayer, food, and drinks for the homeless in downtown Baton Rouge. Broadmoor collects clothing and other essential items for the ministry throughout the year. We also provide lunch and drinks once a month at their weekly worship service. Please click on the link below to learn more about Open Air Ministries and contact Rev. Kennon Pickett at kpickett@broadmoormethodist.org to find out how you can get involved.

Visit the Open Air Ministries Site

Partners in Education
Volunteers serve at Broadmoor Elementary as Reading Friends, Math Friends, and Library Friends. Learn more about this program at https://vipsbr.org
United Methodist HOPE Ministries
This is a non-profit charitable organization of the Louisiana United Methodist Conference that serves thousands in the Baton Rouge area through their client-choice food pantry and adult education programs. HOPE’s mission is to prevent homelessness and promote self-sufficiency and dignity.

Visit the United Methodist HOPE Ministries site.

Habitat for Humanity
Our church partners with the United Methodist Church to build a Habitat House in Baton Rouge each year through our financial gifts and volunteers.

Visit the Habitat for Humanity site.

Prison Ministries
Broadmoor provides volunteers, supplies, and funding for spiritual renewal retreats for prison inmates and their family members. We also bake cookies for the retreat participants.

Kairos
This is a prisoner’s retreat emphasizing that we are living in God’s time, not “doing time.”

Kairos Outside
This is a retreat for the forgotten people who are impacted by an incarcerated loved one’s decisions.

Parker House/VOA Reilly Center for Children
Volunteers plan and participate in activities with children in therapeutic foster care.
Fall Festival
A community event at the end of October that gives local children a safe, fun place to celebrate fall and collect candy and prizes.
Community Garage Sale
One of the largest garage sales in Baton Rouge that helps raise money for our missions and outreach ministries.
Day of Compassion

An opportunity for anyone to participate in a  half-day or full-day mission project with many of our partner ministries or in the Broadmoor neighborhood.

Click here to see the project list and to sign up for the next Day of Compassion on September 29, 2019.

Disaster Relief & Early Response Teams

During times of crisis such as hurricanes and floods, our church is ready to respond with the love of a Christian presence and a helping hand. These teams are even trained to respond to disasters in different parts of the country when able. If you are interested in serving with Broadmoor in any of the above areas or one you don’t see here, please email Rev. Kennon Pickett at kpickett@broadmoormethodist.org or give her a call at (225) 924-6269.

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ADDRESS:

Broadmoor United Methodist
10230 Mollylea Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70815
225.924.6269
info@broadmoormethodist.org

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