Frequently Asked Questions
What does BCM mean?
BCM stands for Baptist Collegiate Ministries.
Do you have to be Baptist to join BCM?
No, you do not have to be Baptist to join BCM. All are welcome to worship with us as we love God and love people!
What is BCM about?
We are a group of Christians who gather together for weekly worship, discipleship, and fellowship. We all have different backgrounds, but we gather together under one roof with one goal: to worship God and love His people.
When is BCM and where does BCM meet?
BCM meets for weekly worship every Thursday night at 8PM in Newton Chapel! (Map found below on website)
Why choose to be a part of BCM?
"Through BCM I have met some of the best friends I have ever had. The BCM community is just so great and it provides an environment where you fellowship and you grow together in your relationship with God. Honestly, BCM is like another family, a family away from home. It's been the best experience." -M. Metts
What are Discipleship Groups?
Discipleship groups are a huge part of BCM! They are a way to grow in your faith and grow in community. Discipleship groups meet weekly in various places around campus. They are led by student leaders in the BCM community, and these groups are a great way to get plugged into college ministry on campus! Many lifelong friendships are formed through discipleship groups. These groups challenge you to grow in your faith and live it out daily!
What is your favorite part of BCM?
"My favorite part of BCM is weekly worship. I love coming together with my friends and the BCM community to worship God with music and through song. Music has always been a really important part of my life, and so I love having the opportunity to praise God through music." - C. Jackson