Worshiping God is central to the life of our church. Our hope and prayer is that God is honored and glorified when we gather in worship. Our service is traditional with an informal feel. Sermons are based on the Bible and relate to the world today. They are both challenging and encouraging for the hearer. The Sr. Choir sings beautiful and meaningful anthems that praise the Lord and inspire the listener. Our children’s choir sings monthly and always brings a smile to everyone’s face. The Worship and Music committee works to insure that the worship services at Bausman honor God and are appropriate for a diverse range of worshipers.
We invite you to join us this Sunday!



Sundays 10:15 a.m.
Our sanctuary is equipped for hearing assistance devices.
Nursery care is available during Sunday worship services for children ages birth through age 3. 
Children’s Church is for children age 4 through 3rd grade.

Hospitality Table

Sundays... after worship
All are welcome to enjoy a few refreshments and treats in the front corner of the sanctuary by the East entrance. Enjoy some snacks and stay around to chat. Be sure to stop by after the service to enjoy some fellowship and food! 




Upcoming Worship Highlights

Thursdays in March
6-7 p.m.

Lenten Soup and Study Series continues this season at Bausman!

Pastor Mark invites you to join him in Fellowship Hall for a simple meal and reflection upon a five-part DVD series entitled, " 'Half Truths'- God helps those who help themselves and other things the Bible doesn't say" by Adam Hamilton. In addition to the half-truth found in the title, other well-known phrases that will be explored include:
   Everything happens for a reason;
   God won't give you more than you can handle;
   God said it, I believe it, that settles it; and
   Love the sinner and hate the sin.

 This is an opportunity that you won't want to miss.
Sunday March 12, 19, and 26
10:15 a.m.

One Great Hour of Sharing

Words cannot capture the anguish of people when they lose everything in a disaster or must leave it all behind while fleeing war or conflict. One Great Hour of Sharing helps to change these lives daily. Your support of this mission provides clean water, food, medicines, shelter, healthcare, education, and much more. 

What is One Great Hour of Sharing? Click here and read other Frequently Asked Questions

Look for the special envelopes distributed with the bulletins during these weekly services and join in this outreach to suffering people throughout the world.

Sunday April 9
10:15 a.m.

Palm/Passion service

This Sunday we will trace the steps of Jesus' last week on Earth through Lenten hymns and the retelling the Passion Story.

Thursday April 13
7 p.m.

Maundy Thursday service

This service focuses upon the Passover meal that Jesus shared with his disciples in the upper room. Communion will be served.

Friday April 14
7 p.m.

Good Friday service

This service focuses upon Jesus' betrayal and death with readings, hymns, anthems, and the extinguishing of candles.

Sunday April 16
10:15 a.m.

Easter service

Easter service celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ! Communion will be served. A breakfast will also be served beginning at 8 a.m.

Prelude begins at 10:00 a.m.
The Polished Brass Quintet will be providing special music at the Easter Sunday worship service. The Polished Brass Quintet has been performing together for over 25 years and features several musicians from the Ringgold Band.



If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Mark.



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