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The Bay-A Community Church

March 2023 Newsletter

Ollin Collins, Pastor

John Webster, Minister of Music

Jacob Farley, Modern Worship Leader

Michelle Tucker, Director of Children’s/Student Ministries


Address:  20 Runaway Bay Drive, Runaway Bay, TX  76426

Church phone:  940-575-2512

Fax number: 940-488-9934


Facebook:  The Bay Community Church

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March 5-Chain of Faith Sunday

Want to change your worship experience at church?

  • Pray before you get there. 

  • Ask God to speak to you.

  • Listen to worship music on the way.

  • Take a Bible with you.

  • Sing loudly and focus on God

  • Don’t run late

  • Take notes

  • Expect God to move

Calendar of Events


March 2023

March 5-High Attendance “Chain of Faith” Sunday.  Joint Service at 10:00

March 22-Children’s Ministry-Bubble Truck Party following dinner

March 22-Youth-Laser Tag following Wednesday dinner, devotional, prayer


April 2023

April-8th  ANNUAL BAY EASTER EGG HUNT  10am-12pm

April- 9th ANNUAL EASTER SERVICE  9am and 11 am

April 15-American Heritage Girls Fundraiser-Car Wash at Bridgeport Auto Zone

April 22-Women’s Ministry Kick Off event-information to follow

April 29-Bay Trades Day


Operation Christmas Child


For the month of February, purchase Fashion Accessories

It’s time to shop those sales for good quality items and a fraction of the cost.


From Nambia:

Trusting God

Nagee was excited to see the gifts inside the shoebox given to her son, such as a ball.  He had never played with an actual ball; children in the village made “balls” by stuffing plastic inside socks.

        Nagee has prayed for God to meet her family’s needs ever since she became a Christian about two years ago.  Yet the shoebox outreach event exceeded anything she thought possible. Nagee is grateful to God not only for providing special gifts for her children, but also for the opportunity they had to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

        She prays that her children will come to faith in Christ at an early age and will not follow the traditions of their Himba culture by worshipping the spirits of ancestors and trusting witch doctors.

        “I want God to help my children,” Nagee said.  “I don’t want them to take the path I did.”

        Nagee and Kangeloo’s village is among many Himba communities that have been reached with the Good News of Christ thought Operation Christmas Child and The Greatest Journey, our follow-up discipleship program for shoebox recipients.






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