Troy, VA

BEAVER DAM Baptist Church

Beaver Dam Baptist Church

1794 Richmond Road

Troy, VA 22974

(434) 295-0277

 

A people of God committed to Passionate Worship,

Building Community, Making Disciples and Impacting the World 

Nontraditional Worship:  8:45-9:45 am

Fellowship Time:  9:45-10:00 am

Bible Study: 10:00-10:45 am

Traditional Worship: 11:00 am-Noon

Sunday Service Times  

 

Welcome to our

Online Worship Service

for March 22, 2020!  

 

Check out the current prayer list and announcements HERE.

If you have a prayer request, please email the church office at bdbctroy@embarqmail.com

or call 434-295-0277.  

Contact Pastor Greg at greg_surge@hotmail.com

Flower arrangement by Dianna Wissinger

 

 

Click HERE for a brief opening message from Pastor Greg (just a few minutes)

 

Parents, direct your children to these links so that they may worship as well (these are very well produced from Lifetouch.TV- an online church):

 

For ages 2-4 go HERE

 

For ages 5-6 go HERE

 

For ages 6-10 go HERE

 

Up to 6th Grade go HERE

 

 

We hope that this will be a meaningful worship experience for you.  Treat it as you would a time of worship in our sanctuary--get settled in, try and free yourself from other distractions and go ahead and say a short prayer thanking God for the opportunity to worship him, asking him to reveal Himself to you during this time.    

 

Worship through Singing! (click on them to play and sing along!) 

 

Indescribable

 

Jesus, Lover of My Soul

 

Guide Me, O, Thou Great Jehovah

 

 

Use this time to share with God any needs and concerns that you have knowing that He wants us to do this!  Pray for those on our prayer list.  Finish by reading the prayer below:

 

Father, we ask that you keep all of us under the shadow of your mercy in this time of uncertainty and distress.  Sustain and support the anxious and fearful, and lift up all who are brought low; that we may rejoice in your comfort knowing that nothing can separate us from your love.

 

God, Jesus taught us to love our neighbor, and to care for those in need as if we were caring for Jesus himself.  In this time of anxiety, give us strength to comfort the fearful, to tend the sick, and to assure the isolated of our love, and your love.

 

Father, we ask that your presence might be felt by those who are ill, afraid or in isolation.

In their loneliness, be their consolation; in their anxiety, be their hope; in their darkness, be their light;

 

Merciful God, for those who are ill, we entrust them to your tender care.  For those who suffer pain and know that danger threatens their future may they have a clear understanding that your everlasting arms are there to hold them safe.  Comfort and heal them, and restore them to health and strength;

 

Gracious God, give skill, sympathy and resilience to all who are caring for the sick, and your wisdom to those searching for a cure.  Strengthen them with your Spirit, that through their work many will be restored to health;

 

God, as your children, we are not people of fear:

we are people of courage.  We are not people who protect our own safety: we are people who protect our neighbors’ safety.

We are not people of greed: we are people of generosity.  We are your people God, giving and loving,

wherever we are, whatever it costs for as long as it takes wherever you call us.

 

We ask all of these things in the loving, holy Name of Jesus Christ.  Amen.

 

 

Listen (and watch) Madeleine play the offertory HERE.  Use this time to thank God for his many blessings and provision in your life.   

(Don't forget to say 'thank you' to God and worship him in your giving--you may send in your tithes and offerings by mail or online giving HERE) You may also drop your offerings between the double doors in the atrium on the east side of the church building.

 

 

Turn in your bibles to John 4

Listen to Pastor Greg's Message: Journeying with Jesus: Refueling

 

You can check out a sermon outline HERE (make sure you check out the follow-up questions at the end of the outline)

 

Closing song....Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing   an awesome rendition by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir 

 

 

Benediction:

Step back from this time of worship refreshed by the living water that Jesus offers to you.  Listen for the parched voices of those with whom you will have contact this week; search out the dry places and the arid souls, and become for them a spring of living water.  

 

And as you "shelter in place" may the blessings of the God of life, the Christ of love, and the Spirit of grace be upon you this day and forevermore. Amen

 

Go in peace and have a blessed week!