Helping teenagers find the joy we receive from God, through Jesus, as we navigate our day-to-day lives.


Being the parent of a teenager can be tough…

The struggle is real. One day they are your cuddly lovable angel and the next you begin to believe aliens are real and they left one in your house. Good News! You are not alone. How can we help?



On Sunday Mornings we gather…

to share stories and celebrate what God is doing among us. We express ourselves with songs, games, & communion. It’s church made for teenagers.



Tribes are the places we start becoming the Good News

that our friends and families need. These age specific groups meet regularly to live in a regular rhythm of UP | IN | OUT. Come check one out.


This fall at Butler Springs thew will be 2 retreats one for Middle School on Oct. 14-16 and one for High School on Nov. 11-13. Sign up today at

We are encouraging all of our students to live out a rule of life that will help them live out both Jesus’ words in Matthew 23:23-24 and Micah 6:8 – Love Mercy (IN), Seek Justice(OUT), and Walk humbly with your God (UP). We are asking that they take a moment each week to Eat with someone who is IN their faith community, Bless someone OUT-side their faith community, and Learn something new about Jesus (UP). This will fan the flame of discipleship which is at the core of our TRIBE

All our Calendar information is on the BCC App. If you haven’t downloaded it, now is your chance to keep up on all the info you need. After you download the app, go to Ministries >>Tribe>>Tribe Calendar for all the events. OR Click Here for a fun PDF you can print and put on your fridge.

Current Message Series:

I Have Questions

Let’s face it, life isn’t easy. In times of loss, grief, pain, or doubt, it’s normal to have questions — and it’s okay to ask them. If you’ve ever tried to make sense of your circumstances, or wished life didn’t have to hurt so much, or wondered why God won’t fix what you’re going through, you’re not alone. In this 4-week series, we’ll hear about a few people from Scripture who know exactly what it’s like. With Esther, David, Peter, Amos, and John, we’ll explore hard questions you thought you weren’t allowed to ask, like “When people are hurting, where is God? When I’m hurting, why does God feel far away? If God is good, why do bad things happen? And when life hurts, is God listening?”