If We Haven't Been Introduced:
We built a short video to introduce folks to the Black Hills Church. We aren't big, but we have heart. We love people, all people, even folks who think differently than we. So, watch the 2 minute and 44 second clip. You might just like what you see.
Introduction to the BHCoC
We strive to be a nondenominational group of Christians, seeking to be Christians only. We believe that the Bible is God's inspired and flawless word, and that Jesus is the Christ and the only way to God. We are grace oriented and focused on ministry to our fellow man.
What to Expect
On occasion, we have been accused of being one of the friendliest groups in the area. However, when visiting, we won't put you on the spot, or ask you to sign,sing, say anything, and (as it is in our own homes) -- we would never ask a guest to contribute financially. From the moment you arrive in our assembly, we want you to know you are our honored guest.
You can expect our Sunday morning assemblies to be a time focused on encountering the presence of God. We endeavor to create an atmosphere where very diverse people,struggling on the same journey, can come together in praise and worship and find help and hope to carry on.
Children's Home Ministry
Anyone who has ever worked with us at the Children's Home knows "the football guy". Well, on January 17, as the kitchen team was cleaning up and the ministry team was out singing and teaching the kids, the "football guy" came into the kitchen. His first words spoke volumes: "has Tim already left?" I informed him that Tim had already gone. Tim is a bit of a magician. I have worked with Tim for probably fifteen years and watched his quiet, unassuming ministry. He quietly works just outside of the spotlight, and just before the spotlight comes on, he vanishes. The "football guy" simply said that they wanted us out at the area where we do our skits and songs. He said: "we have something to give you." And, indeed they did. With very little fanfare, the staff expressed their appreciation for all that the BHC does for them and then presented 'C-Cubed' (Carter, Chase, and Caleb) with a beautiful plaque thanking us for the work we do with the kids. I wish I had a camera, but before I could even think about it, the moment was gone. That said, here is a picture of the plaque itself. A video of the BHC's December ministry time is also included below.