Welcome

Whatever your age, background, or interest, we’d like to help you find enrichment at BMPC. We offer everything from Bible study and faith-based classes to opportunities to sing, exercise, share ideas, and make new friends. Perhaps you’d like to find a meaningful way to help others. Or are new in the area and would like to make connections and find community. Maybe you are going through a difficult time or a life transition and would appreciate support. Don’t be a stranger… come, get to know us and let us help you find a meaningful way to participate.

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Paul McMurray teaches adult education class at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

Education & Bible Study

We invite you to open your mind and connect with what is deepest in your heart by joining us for study, conversation, reflection, and prayer.

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Young adult members of Bryn Mawr Prebyterian Church

Young Adults

“Young adults” is a less-than-perfect way to describe young professionals, those out of college, and emerging adults–generally that means 20s and 30s; single, dating or married.

Women

Whatever your background, you are sure to find a caring group of Christian women at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church who offer support and friendship through BMPC’s Presbyterian Women.

Small Group Project

Connection Groups

Beginning this fall our Small Group Ministry has a new name – Connection Groups! These weekly gatherings of about 10 church folk provide the opportunity for you to find a connection to others in our congregation through fellowship, sharing of concerns and prayers, and study. Each group often chooses their own materials for study, but once or twice a year every group is invited to join in a common study across the whole ministry. 

Converse Library

Fullerton Room, Ministries Center

Now that renovations have been completed in the Ministries Center, we are pleased to announce that the Converse Library is officially open to patrons. You are invited to visit the renovated space, browse our longstanding collection and check out books using our new digital cataloguing system.