- Sermons & Media
- Sermons & Media
Last Sunday's Message
From Pastor Bill Mitchell
“Discipleship is turning my compass direction to match God’s.”
Friday, March 22 at 7:00p in the Sanctuary
Boca Raton Christian School is excited to present 321 Improv, a national touring comedy act that is safe, clean, and family friendly. 321 Improv will bring tears to your eyes, a pain to your side, and make your face ache from laughter. Enjoy a one of a kind, interactive comedy experience as 321 Improv instantly turns audience suggestions into hilarious scenes. An evening with 321 Improv is unlike anything you’ve been part of before and no two shows will ever be the same.
All proceeds from the show will go towards Boca Raton Christian School student activities.
Saturday, March 30 9:00a-1:00p
This practical workshop will help you learn what we believe and how you can effectively communicate it to others. Lunch will be provided.
Childcare available for Infant – 3rd Grade
Come to our membership class on March 31.
Do you have questions like…
What does this church believe?
How do I become a member?
How can I get more connected?
How can I grow spiritually?
How can I serve?
Membership class is designed to answer your questions while helping you connect with God, with others, and with the Boca Community family.
Showcase your ethnic heritage on March 31.
Sunday, March 31
We’re excited to continue this yearly tradition as we celebrate the ethnic diversity represented in our church! Enjoy food from over 20 different countries with your friends and family. All donations will support Student and Young Adult trips over the summer.
If you would like to host a table for your country, register on the button below.
Watch sermons, register for events, give, and more
Did you know that Boca Raton Community Church has a church app? Use it to watch sermons, register for events, give, and more! Simply search the App Store or Google Play Store for “Boca Raton Community Church” or click the link below to download.
Journey for the Heart Devotional
by Elizabeth Karram Mitchell
Old trees fascinate. After enduring seasons of brutal weather that battered them relentlessly, they stand at attention like proud soldiers safeguarding their assigned post. Knobby branches extend skyward in salute; solid roots balance them like boots on the ground…