Discovering God's Love and Sharing It with Others

“that according to the riches of his glory he may grant you to be strengthened with power through his Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith—that you, being rooted and grounded in love, may have strength to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth, and to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge, that you may be filled with all the fullness of God.” (Ephesians 3:16–19, ESV)



Discovering God's Love and Sharing it With Others


In dependence on Christ, we worship God the Father, grow in the grace of His Son, and serve our community and the world in the power of His Spirit.


For the advancement of our mission, our chief priorities are as follows:

  • GOSPEL: The gospel, the good news of salvation graciously given by God through Christ, is the very heart of BPCC. In all that we say and do, we rely on and respond to God’s work of grace in our lives.

  • WORSHIP: We worship the biblical Triune God alone, ascribing to him greatness and glory for who He is and what He has done. In our worship we receive from God through Word and Sacrament and offer ourselves to God through prayer, praise, and gifts.

  • COMMUNITY: Since God exists as a tri-unity of loving persons, it is through community that we reflect the nature of God and practice his pattern for creation. Therefore, as the household of God, our worship, growth, and service find their fullest expression as we participate in them together. Whether gathered or scattered, we live to build one another up in and for love.

  • GROW: Discipleship is learning, loving, and living in the pattern and through the person of Jesus. In obedience to the Great Commission, the work of making disciples at BPCC is biblical, relational, and missional. We educate, encourage, and equip followers of Jesus to embrace gospel-centered truth in a gospel-shaped community with compassion for a gospel-starved world.

  • SERVE: As a community of Christ's disciples, in but not of the world, we are empowered by the Holy Spirit to seek the good and welfare of our communities. Using our God-given gifts, we spread the gospel by serving our neighbors, the nations, and the next generation through word and deed.


Upcoming Events

  • Sips and Sunsets
    Multiple Dates
    Thu, Aug 25
    Aug 25, 7:00 PM – Aug 26, 7:00 PM
    Williamson's, 409 Shades Crest Rd, Birmingham, AL 35226, USA
    Come enjoy the sunset and sharing life with the women of BPCC
  • BPCC at Roller Motion
    Sun, Sep 11
    Roller Motion Skating Center
    Sep 11, 12:00 PM – Sep 12, 2:00 PM
    Roller Motion Skating Center, 2474 Morgan Rd, Bessemer, AL 35022, USA
    Come roll into Fall with BPCC as we enjoy skating and socializing from 12-2 followed by worship at BPCC at 5.


Gathered Worship



We worship weekly on Sunday evenings at 5pm. We are committed to solid biblical preaching and reformed teaching. We love to worship corporately and value having a talented and eclectic worship team that includes experienced musicians.  Taking communion is a highlight of our service, and we participate in this sacrament every week. Nursery and Children's Chapel are available during the worship service, but we are also comfortable with having infants and other children in the service. We value long greeting times during our Sunday services and lingering conversation afterward. Come worship and fellowship with us!

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Children's Ministry

Each week we are making use of The Gospel Project for Kids, which is “a Christ-centered Bible study resource that follows a chronological timeline of Bible events—presenting the story of redemption through Jesus like kids have never seen it before! ”



Most Sunday nights following corporate worship BPCC youth gather for a family meal, Gospel teaching, and fellowship.


I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven and earth. 

I believe in Jesus Christ, his only son, our Lord. He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended into hell. On the third day he rose again. He ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again to judge the living and the dead. 

I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen. 


Find Your Faith

To all who are weak in body or spirit and seek strength;

To all who are weary and desire rest;

To all who struggle and seek victory;

To all who mourn and long for comfort;

To all who sin and need a Savior;

To all who are strangers and seek love and fellowship;

To all who hunger and thirst;

To all who come;

This church opens wide her doors and offers welcome in the name of Jesus Christ.



The story of redemption can be thought of in terms of 4 major events in history, but in order to understand why it is called a story of redemption, we have to first understand why we need redeeming at all.

The story of redemption is the story of a just and loving God calling lost and rebellious creatures back to Himself. He has been writing this grand and glorious narrative of His goodness and grace since before time began. We urge you to explore this story further.

In the beginning, God created this world good and peaceful and offered us the opportunity of unbroken fellowship with Himself – for His glory; however, as Genesis 3 tells us, things went wrong. Through one man's disobedience, we fell from this joyful state of fellowship. Sin entered our hearts, and the world became twisted and fractured. The harmony and peace that creation once enjoyed were damaged by sin and broken in disrepair.

We might summarize it this way:

  1. In the beginning, we had it all.

  2. In our sin, we lost it all.

  3. By His love for us, He (Jesus) did it all.

  4. We get it all!

By saying “we lost it all,” it simply means “we” (all humankind) lost it “all” (our perfection and everything else good) at the fall of Adam and Eve.

“He” refers to Jesus. He “did it all” by doing everything necessary for salvation.

Then “we” (those who are his children) “get it all.” We get everything necessary for our salvation and new spiritual life.

Sound good? Of course it does, but many of us don’t really believe this. Instead, we believe:

  1. We had a lot.

  2. We lost a lot.

  3. He did a lot.

  4. We get a lot.

Why do we believe that? Because we still believe that there is some good left in us, something that will still get us favor with God. But as Romans 6:23 reminds us, because there is sin in us, we deserve death. But Jesus lived the life we could not live and died the death we deserved to die. The good news of the gospel is that through Jesus we can have a restored relationship with God, our neighbors, and the world; and that one day we will see every sad thing be made untrue.

What God starts, He will bring to completion, and we pray that you would be woven into the narrative. If you feel Christ inviting you into this story – into restored relationship with Him – turn to Him in repentance. Put your trust in Him and the work He accomplished on the cross to redeem and save you.







Bluff Park Community Church is a generous community. Please give as much as you are able to help us with our mission of transforming lives through the Gospel in Bluff Park and beyond. You can easily donate online or contribute during each of our services. Thank you for your faithful support.



Bluff Park Community Church

2269 Chapel Road, Hoover, Alabama 35226

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