Sunday school classes are meant to serve you in whatever place or stage of life you find yourself. We offer a variety of Adult Education opportunities to help you foster new ways of thinking and to engage you. Class content varies but all address faith. Walk through the life of David or the book of James. Learn about parenting from a Christian perspective. Study the lives of public figures and learn how their faith journey influenced their leadership. These classes rotate and change with the seasons. The new Adult Education Sunday School class will begin January 13th. See details below.
The current Adult Education Sunday School class is Christianity 101 lead by Jonathan Anderson.
The materials for the class can be found by using the link below.
There are a number of fellowship events throughout the year. These are meant to foster relationships in a non-intimidating environment. They are a great place for you to make connections and to invite your neighbors! Some of these events include Faith on Tap, Gingerbread Gathering, Game Night, Movie Night and more. You will find more information about these happenings on the calendar.
Through he Congregational Care Ministry, we express the love of Christ for those in our church family who are experiencing sorrow, illness, bereavement, or who have other special needs. If you can drive, cook or shop, pay a visit, plan a reception, make a phone call, or pray, then you have a place in this ministry. Click here to learn more about how you can help with, or benefit from, Congregational Care.
There are 4 ways to join the congregation: Baptism and profession of faith for the first time, Transfer letter from another congregation, Reaffirmation of faith after a period of inactivity and members of other congregations may Affiliate with us while away from their home church.
If you have been coming to BPC for a while and are interested in more information about formally joining the church please contact us. We would love the opportunity to discuss this further with you!
If you have a passion for mission work, if Bible study is important to you, if you are enthusiastic about assisting in the work of the church, and you enjoy fellowship, Presbyterian Women is the organization for you. Presbyterian Women meet in small groups called circles.
There are presently three circle groups who each meet once a month:
Lydia Circle: 1:30 PM / 1st Monday from September through May / Fellowship Hall at BPC (Summer Hiatus)
Hildegard Circle: 6:00 PM / 2nd Monday / meets in homes / shares a meal (Summer Hiatus)
Faith Circle: 7:30PM / 2nd Wednesday / meets in homes (will meet through the summer)
Please check the Calendar for location.
If you have questions or would like more information about PW, please contact us!
Men of the Church
The Men of the Church have faithfully provided breakfast for our church family during Advent and on Easter morning. A number of men at the church, along with a number of men in the community, participate in the Woodchucks, BPC's Men of the Church Firewood Ministry. The Woodchucks meet regularly to collect wood and deliver it to those in need. If you would like more information about the Woodchucks click the link above or contact us through the contact page.
Just this month, the MOC went on an outing to the Pinball Museum in Roanoke for a time of fun and fellowship. Look for more events and opportunities to connect with the Men of the Church in the coming months!