Welcome to Blue River!

We’re glad you’re here!

Blue River is a church that seeks to do three things:

  • worship God Biblically;
  • teach believers the Word of God; and
  • proclaim the Gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ alone

We invite you to our services, to join with us in our work, and to share in our fellowship. We strive to emphasize basic New Testament teachings, and practice the New Testament ordinances.

Blessings of the Recent Plague

 

Sunday Worship 5-10-2020  First Gathered Worship in Eight Weeks!

Sermon: “Is Christianity Too Narrow?”  (#4 in the 7 Big Questions People Ask series)

It is time to worship! Join us!"Is Christianity Too Narrow?"Worship Service 5/10/2020 Join us! CCLI # 1003854

Posted by Blue River Church of the Brethren on Sunday, May 10, 2020

 

 

Sunday Worship 5-3-2020

Sermon: “If God Is Good, Why is There Pain and Suffering?” (#3 in the 7 Big Questions People Ask series)

Join us to Praise the Lord!5/3/2020CCLI # 1003854

Posted by Blue River Church of the Brethren on Sunday, May 3, 2020

 

 

Sunday Worship 4-26-2020

Sermon: “Is There A God?” (#2 in the 7 Big Questions People Ask series)

It is Sunday! Join us to SING, PRAY, and STUDY! CCLI # 1003854

Posted by Blue River Church of the Brethren on Sunday, April 26, 2020

 

 

Octave Sunday Worship 4-19-2020

Sermon: “Is There a Purpose?” (#1 in the 7 Big Questions People Ask series)

 

The Blessings of the Recent Plague

The Pastor’s Column from the May 2020 Quill & Scroll. A month ago, we could hardly envision that we would have had the unusual April we have had. We’ve had no NCAA Tournament. No opening day of baseball. No hockey. No Spring events. We looked forward to Pre-Easter Services, to Love Feast, to Good Friday, … [Read more…]

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Updates 5-12-2020

We began a “soft” re-opening on Mother’s Day, May 10, 2020, asking that distancing, hand sanitizer, and proper measures be observed. We trust that in weeks ahead, all facilities and businesses might fully re-open, and we as a congregation with be fully back together to worship Jesus again. Still, related to Blue River Church: 1) … [Read more…]

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