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Welcome to Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

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This Sunday

Sunday, May 22. Join us at 10:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary or online via livestream for our weekly Sunday Worship Service. The Rev. Dr. Agnes W. Norfleet will preach. Sixteen Confirmation students will be confirmed during this service. 

This Week

Sacred Threads: Studying the Beatitudes. Wednesdays, May 18 and June 1, 7:00-8:15 p.m., via Zoom. Sacred Threads is an exploration using J. Ellsworth Kalas’ book, Beatitudes from the Backside, as our guide and scripture passages from Matthew 5:4-7; 10-11. Sacred Threads is a program open to all who are curious about the threads that knit our faith together. Led by the Rev. Betty Wright-Riggins, Middleton Center spiritual director. For more information, contact KikiMcKendrick@bmpc.org.

What is our Vision for the Future of BMPC? As the 150th anniversary of BMPC approaches in 2023, the 150th Vision Committee will facilitate a congregation-wide conversation to discern and affirm future directions for BMPC’s ministry. Our process will begin with a series of public forums in May, followed by focus groups in the fall and a congregational survey in early 2023. Our hope is for every member to share their views and vision for the future.

Please contact Liz Ellis at LizEllis@bmpc.org to reserve a place at one of the following public forums:

  • Tues., May 17, 7:00-8:00 p.m., Virtual Public Forum, Zoom
    https://bit.ly/150-zoom-forum
  • Sun., May 22, 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Fullerton Room (In person only)
  • Special childcare instructions on May 22: For children ages three and younger, parents need to tell the nursery staff at check in if they need extended care. Children in preschool through fifth grade need to be checked out of Sunday School and then checked into Nursery Room 101.

Tenth Grade Baking Event. Sat., May 21, 9:00-11:30 a.m., BMPC Kitchen. Youth members in 10th grade are invited to bake cookies and brownies for the University City Hospitality Coalition, an organization that provides holistic support to the homeless and hungry in University City. Contact LeighDeVries@bmpc.org for more information.

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Upcoming

Fifth Grade Step-Up Day & Hymnal Presentation. Sun., June 5, 9:15 a.m. Fifth grade students, their families and those who have helped with their Sunday School classes are invited for a light breakfast in Congregational Hall before the 10:00 a.m. service. During the Children’s Moment, hymnals are distributed to our fifth graders as they bridge from the children’s program to the youth program. Contact MaryRichards@bmpc.org if your child is participating.

Community Forum. Sun., June 5, 11:15 a.m., Congregational Hall. The BMPC Community Forum will host Trudy Rubin, the Worldview columnist of The Philadelphia Inquirer who has written extensively on Putin, Russia, and the war in Ukraine. Rubin’s presentation will include a question and answer session. No preregistration required.

Special childcare instructions for Community Forum:
For children ages three and younger, parents need to tell the nursery staff at check in if they need extended care. Children in preschool through fifth grade need to be checked out of Sunday School and then checked into Nursery Room 101.

Vacation Bible Camp 2022. Mon., June 20 - Fri., June 24. This year’s VBC theme is “Follow Me!” Meet the people and explore the places where Jesus taught and served. From a stormy sea to a crowded city street, come travel with Jesus’ disciples and learn how you can help share God’s love with others. VBC is held from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., for ages 3 years to 5th grade. Registration for three year olds is closed. Volunteers of all ages are invited to sign up to help make this a special week for the children of our church and community. Register campers online: https://bit.ly/vbc-22. MaryRichards@bmpc.org

Johnsonburg Plunge. June 24-26. Rising sixth to eighth graders are invited, along with their parents, to experience camp during a weekend of worship, play, and service! The cost will be $200 per youth, and $150 per adult, with scholarships available. To register, contact JackLiskey@bmpc.org.