Brentwood Announcements

  1. This Week at Brentwood

    Missed the Countdown to Worship video? Can't remember an announcement? Watch it here every week! The new Countdown to Worship video will be posted every Friday, as well as the bulletin.   Download the Bulletin     (continue reading)

  2. Welcome Michael Volbeda! Associate Executive Pastor

    Our Staff Resource Team and Trustees have called Michael Volbeda to serve alongside Executive Pastor Brian Dodridge in overseeing day-to-day church operations. For the past three years, Michael has served at First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas. He’s a graduate of Biola University and Dallas Theological Seminary. Michael is married to Amber, and they have three children, Audrey, Trinon, and Truett. (continue reading)

  3. The Mother & Child Project: Helping Families in the Developing World

    Keynote Speaker, Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, MDHost, Senior Pastor Mike Glenn  Wednesday, September 24, 2014 | 8:30am-2:30pm  |  Brentwood Baptist Church This conference is free and open to the public Advance registration is requested by Thursday, September 18 Breakfast and Lunch included This faith-based conference will host dynamic speakers talking about the critical global health issues of (continue reading)

  4. Spiritual Practices

    In conjunction with the Spiritual Practices sermon series, Brentwood Baptist has released the first title from its Foundations Curriculum, Spiritual Practices: Venture In.   The study is intended to provide a deeper look at the topic of spiritual practices and how they position us to be formed, conformed, and transformed into the likeness of Christ. This initial study is provided at no cost and is available each Sunday in the atrium before (continue reading)

  5. GraceWorks Food Drive a Success

    Last Sunday 1,246 people of all ages brought over 17 tons (34,119 pounds) of food list items to Brentwood Baptist. On one of the hottest days of the summer, dozens of deacons and volunteers unloaded cars, sorted, and loaded trucks. Water, Gatorade® and lots of laughter fueled the work. Trucks ferried the goods to GraceWorks headquarters and were greeted by 120+ volunteers who scanned, sorted, and stored each item.  GraceWorks gives (continue reading)