FAQ’s

What Is BCM?

The BCM is a recognized student organization on the campus Auburn Montgomery.  Our building is located across the street from Auburn University at Montgomery.  It’s the big brown one built in the 1980’s – you can’t miss it!  We’re a group of college students interested in following Jesus , finding community and reaching the world.

 

Do I Have To Be Baptist?  

No, crazy.  Of course you don’t have to be Baptist.  While BCM stands for Baptist Collegiate Ministry, our group is made up of students from all denominations.  You’ll feel welcome here no matter what background you may come from, even if you have no church background.

 

What Kind Of Stuff Does BCM Do?

BCM students gather each week for a bunch of different reasons – Bible Study, Community Building, Service Opportunities, Missions and More…   You can keep up with everything we do here and on our Facebook page.

 

What Happens at the BCM Building?

The BCM is open every day during the school semester from 8:00a-11:00p.  We have lots of hang out space, free wi-fi, t.v.’s, study spaces and a quiet prayer room.  Most days you’ll see students hanging out playing pool, ping pong and other games…and sometimes studying for classes.

 

What Are Some Ways I Can Get Plugged In?

Just show up!  We have Small Groups that meet every week. You can click here to find out more information.Once a month we also have MERGE, which is a gathering of college students from all over the city. MERGE meets in the Taylor Center on the campus of Auburn University at Montgomery.

Every Wednesday we have the BEST $2.00 lunch for college students from 11:30a-1:00p.

 

How In The World Does BCM Do Ministry?

The BCM is supported by local churches in the Autauga, Elmore, and Montgomery Associations and is a ministry of the Executive Board of the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions.  Alabama Baptist Churches giving through the Cooperative Program, and through the Baptist Associations make our ministry possible.