BMPC CELEBRATES 150TH ANNIVERSARY
On January 13, 1873, the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church was founded. Three men and 13 women gathered together in Temperance Hall on Lancaster Pike for the purpose of founding a Reformed congregation in the quickly-growing borough. We soon purchased property from the Pennsylvania Railroad and built a small greenstone Chapel the following year, near the site of our current Sanctuary.
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church is a large and growing congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) who gather together from across the Philadelphia region to witness to the love of God in Jesus Christ.
BMPC is a vibrant and growing congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Which means our campus is buzzing seven days a week! We are a church that isn’t afraid to ask questions as we learn to think about our Christian faith and our common call to discipleship in Jesus Christ.
Maps & Parking
Map of the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church campus and parking lots.
Whether you attend a service in the soaring beauty of our Sanctuary or in the intimacy of our Chapel, it is our hope that you will experience God's presence. Our usual Sunday Worship Schedule is as follows:
Clergy & Staff
The Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church community is served by a pastor, five associate pastors, and more than 25 staff members.
Become a Member
As a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA), we welcome all who confess faith in Jesus Christ to become part of the membership of our church. Membership is a declaration that you share in the fellowship, work, and witness of this congregation.
Have questions about baptisms, weddings or funerals? Detailed information is provided on our Life Events page.
Check out the renovations of the Education Building and Ministries Center.
BMPC was organized by 13 women and 3 men in 1873, when our land adjacent to the Bryn Mawr Hotel (now The Baldwin School) was purchased from the Pennsylvania Railroad. Our first building was a modest, green-stone chapel on the site of our current Sanctuary.
The Season of Lent
We hope that through the classes, devotional, worship and prayers offered at BMPC this Lenten season that you will join us in observing the mystery, joy, struggle, and hope of this season.