Learning & Service

At BMPC we seek to be engaged in mission through opportunities for service, education and advocacy. Throughout the year we welcome mission partners locally and from around the world to update us on their work and to help us better understand the ways they are working for transformation in the world. As a congregation, we also have regular opportunities and well as special events that allow our members and friends to connect one on one with our mission partners in their context as well as work side by side with each other in service. 

Opportunities to Serve

Casserole Blitz. Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, Dec. 14, 8:30-10:30 a.m., Main Kitchen, Ministries Center. Join the Hunger Committee in making 130 casseroles (1,300 meals) for Philadelphia area feeding programs. Great family activity for children over 4. Register: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Service Day with WePAC. Sat. Sept. 21, 10:00-1:00. Volunteers needed for re-stocking book shelves at Robert E. Lamberton Elementary School at 7501 Woodbine Ave., Philadelphia. Register on the online calendar. To car pool meet at BMPC at 9:15 a.m. Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Hunger Donations. Financial donations to the Hunger Committee for the support of area food cupboards and shelters may be made using the white Hunger Envelopes in the pew holders or by check (note Hunger on the memo line). Canned foods are collected for area food cupboards; baskets are in the Narthex or you may drop off donations at the Reception Desk in the Ministries Center.


Opportunities to Learn & Connect

Sunday, September 22 - The Impact on BioDiversity, Chapel. The BMPC Environmental Justice Committee welcomes Lisa J. Rodrigues, Ph.D, Associate Professor of Geography and the Environment at Villanova University as she walks us through the The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services 2019 Assessment that nearly one million species on earth are at risk of extinction today. Come be a part of our ongoing conversation about how we can be good stewards of God’s created world

Sunday, September 29 - Charles and Melissa Johnson, PCUSA Mission Co-Workers Chasefu Theological Seminary in Zambia, 2018 Richard Shaull Award Recipients, Chapel. Since 2016 Charles and Melissa Johnson have been serving alongside Presbyterian partners in Zambia working to help the church in Zambia expand its holistic ministry of community development, food security and improved health. In 2018, Chasefu Seminary received the Shaull award to fund the expansion of their leadership training for seminary students which has helped to enhance the work that Charles and Melissa are doing there.