Community Care Team


Click HERE to tell the Community Care Team about your idea
The team members are interested in learning more about any ideas you may have about reaching out and caring for our community and sharing Jesus through word and deed! Fill out this form to help us build up a database of ideas or to ask for the team to come alongside you as you pursue an outreach idea for yourself, your family, or your Life Group.  


Opportunities to love and care for those in our community are updated on an ongoing basis below.

Browse through the list to see if there is a need that God prompts your heart to meet.
Consider using this as a prayer list! Email Brittany with any questions.


  • Mobile Hope of Loudoun (disadvantaged youth) Liaison: Jennifer S | Send email
    • Donate Diapers (sizes 5 & 6) & wipes, paper towels, or toilet paper. They run out every week when passed out at 20 stops made by their mobile bus.
    • Drop off at their office, Mon & Thu only (741 Miller Drive, Suite F, Leesburg, VA 20175). 
  • Care for those with special needs 
    Liaison: Church office | Send email
    • NEW: SimplyBe Coffee (a Tree of Life ministry): SimplyBe Coffee offers workplace and volunteer opportunities for those in the special needs community. You can help to support this ministry by dropping by the SimplyBe Coffee location in Leesburg and enjoying something delicious off their menu!
    • Still Waters (a Tree of Life ministry): (Currently on hold due to COVID) Tree of Life offers opportunities to volunteer with the special needs community through Still Waters. This program provides a fun, safe environment for all to learn and interact with others. 
  • Care for the elderly 
    Liaison: Church office | Send email
    • NEW: Day Break (a Tree of Life ministry): Volunteers can pray, read, encourage the senior and at the same time assess other needs that Tree of Life may be able to meet.
    • Home Delivered Meals Program: A message from our county: If you can volunteer just two hours of your time weekly or monthly, you can make a difference in the lives of vulnerable Loudoun seniors. Volunteers 18 and older are urgently needed; weekdays in Ashburn, Leesburg, Purcellville and Sterling. Email or call 703-771-5984 to volunteer.
    • “From Me, To You: Mail a letter & some sunshine to one of our local nursing homes. Click HERE. This was initially a 4-H project by a member of the BRBC Youth Group and as of June, 364 letters had been sent from BRBCers!
  • Help for neighbors – each of us!
    • Check-in via text or from a distance (emotional wellbeing)
    • Pick-up groceries or other items as needed (physical care)
    • Offer to pray (spiritual care)
    • Reach out to a neighbor card – Example card here


This impacts both those in our community and those within our church family! Specifically, your giving is making support possible for: our world missionaries and those they help, the staff who are your local missionaries, local ministries such as Tree of Life and others, and a lot more. Gifts designated “General Offerings” go toward our budget; gifts designated “Benevolence” or other designations are above and beyond the BRBC budget. Thank you for being the means through which God provides!

Give here 


Let’s remember—care starts within our church family! Do you have a need? Please don’t hesitate – reach out to the staff by emailing the office, or contact one of the pastors or life group leaders directly.

  • Ask yourself, who may be in need? Think of older couples, single moms, those with compromised health, those whose paycheck may be affected, etc
  • Check-in with someone via text or from a distance (emotional wellbeing)
  • Pick-up groceries or other items as needed (physical care)
  • Offer to pray (spiritual care)


Staying at home means having more time together, but how do we maximize that? How can people in the many different roles and states of life come to the aid of others who might be in totally different roles and stages? What tips, tricks, and resources can we put forward to help us all as we adjust to the new normal?

Class recordings and slides are HERE

Need some encouragement? Click the link above for teaching in practical areas for these times. 

  • Marriage and Family Resources:

If you have a family, your first area of care is to them! Here are some resources during this time as you care for yourself and your relationship with God, your spouse, and your children.

30 devotionals for couples – Happily Ever After: finding grace in the messes of marriage (free download –

Kids Bible lessons – Gospel Project video lessons and activities from Regina Gossage (log into BRC for access)