Jesus said, β€œLet the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” ~ Matthew 19:14

Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church warmly welcomes children and their families. We offer an array of Sunday and weekday opportunities for children to grow in faith and know God, not just know about God. Young children at BMPC start their Christian education with us, and we offer nurturing care for infants and toddlers, Sunday School for children age 2 through Grade 5, and special mixed-age opportunities. Our program encourages children to get to know one another and participate in fun, structured activities with caring teachers who teach Bible stories through art, music, drama, and even cooking.

Beyond Sunday mornings, we offer many opportunities for families to get to know each other and enjoy time together at special dinner gatherings, movie nights, choir and bell practices, mission projects to help those in need, and numerous other events. We hope to see you soon!

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Vacation Bible Camp from summer 2020.

Vacation Bible Camp

Vacation Bible Camp information for the summer of 2021.

Photo of the nursery room in the Education Building


The safety and care of your children is our utmost priority. We are confident in our staff's ability to safely love and nurture your children in our bright and spacious, child-friendly rooms in the Education Building.

Sunday school teacher presents lesson to young children at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

Sunday School

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Sunday School classes are now being held virtually. 

Weekday School students sit in front of the sign on the campus of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

Weekday School Programs

Where friendships bloom, individuality is celebrated, and potential is achieved in a supportive learning community.