Go Sunday

WHEN: Sunday, June 5, 2020 8:00am – 12:00pm

Go Sunday is a day of local mobilization. Our church will serve in the Wilmington, Delaware community at different locations and with different partners. Save the date and begin praying that our church will make a big impact that day! Learn more.

Serve at Church

Welcome Team

Guest Services, Greeting, Ushering, Parking

This team welcomes guests to our church and helps them feel at home.

Kids Ministry

Birth-5th Grade

From Early Kids to Elementary & Preteens, serve BVBC children during Sunday service, Wednesday Awana, or assist with childcare.

Small Group & Ministry

Host, Leader, Support

Make a difference in the lives of those in any of our small groups and ministries by providing direction and leadership, or additional support.

Tech Team

Sound, Media, Video, Lighting, Cameras, etc.

Serve the church through technology. If you like hands-on tasks working behind the scenes, this team could be for you.

Worship Arts

Instrumentals, Vocals

This team serves our church in worship through music. Instrumentalists and vocalists of all kinds are welcome to inquire about serving.

Serve in the Community

Besides serving within the church, we partner with other local organizations. God has placed us in our city to be a lighthouse for Christ. To be most effective we must partner with other like-minded churches, agencies and ministries. We seek to earn the right to proclaim the gospel through building relationships, meeting needs and displaying love. We partner with several ministries throughout the Brandywine Valley in various ways including financial support, service opportunities, training and events.

Baby Bottle Benefit

A Door of Hope pregnancy center supports women with all kinds of pregnancy concerns. Sometimes their concerns are complicated by poverty, neglect, addiction and abuse. Sometimes the women can’t imagine how they can have their babies. And that’s why they need A Door of Hope.

These mothers come to A Door of Hope for encouragement and information about their pregnancies. They find resources to help them keep their babies. They learn how to be good mothers. They earn things they need for their babies including diapers, clothes, strollers and car seats. And they ask questions about everything—including God.

All this help is free to mothers, but A Door of Hope needs our support to keep their three centers open. From now until May 21, Brandywine is supporting A Door of Hope with their Baby Bottle Benefit fundraiser. To support their mission, make an online donation directly to A Door of Hope using this link.

See how we’re making a missional impact on our community: