We are Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church - a place to meet God and friends and serve Jesus. We're glad you're here!
No matter where you are in your faith journey, we have something here for you. Infants and toddlers, children and youth, single or married, grandparents or great-grandparents -- those you love -- they are welcome here.
Whether we're making soup to fight hunger or making lunches for the homeless, we find meaning as we serve God and each other.
You can join us Sundays in our beautiful and welcoming sanctuary as together we seek spiritual growth loving God and each other.
Drop by our worship, visit with friends and new friends at our refreshment and fellowship time, perhaps attend a pot luck supper, a special program or study, or maybe participate in one of our service projects. Walk with us and be a part of the Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church (BPC) community!
BPC is nearly 350 years old and is on the New York State and National Registry of Historic Sites. That means we're grounded in tradition, centered in worship, called to serve, and free to aspire to new ways of "being church." We believe that everyone is a child of God. Jesus invites us.
“Come to me, all you who are struggling hard and carrying heavy loads, and I will give you rest. Put on my yoke, and learn from me. I’m gentle and humble. And you will find rest for yourselves." (Matthew 11:28-29)
God feeds our hunger with more than bread. God's grace is welcoming and offers meaning to our lives. If you are looking for a place to hope, to forgive and be forgiven, to find God -- a place to call home, you're welcome here!
We are always searching. We call it being "reformed and always reforming" as we experience newness of life in and from Jesus. In our tradition, joining the church matters, but we never rush you! People who join us as a new member or who transfer membership from another congregation come forward to join the church during worship. It's a prayerful and worshipful act and you will experience God's Spirit surrounding you in that moment and as you tell the people around you and God this is your spiritual home.
Your new spiritual home is a caring community that promises to support you on your faith journey. Those wishing to become a member of the church may speak with the Pastor or an Elder following worship or by contacting the Church Office. When you join, you become a voting member, help elect those who serve as leaders, and even vote on whether or not to call a new pastor that has been selected by the Pastor Nominating Committee. Worship is the heart of what we do as a faith community. Serving others is how we worship when we go out the church doors. When you join a church, you promise you will be an active part of the congregation. Your discipleship will make a difference in your life and in the lives of others and our church will be different because you have j joined it.
Here is a convenient listing of worship, social, mission and service events and activities at Bridgehampton Presbyterian Church. We also include groups we host in our facilities as part of our mission to our larger community. Contact us below if you don't find what you seek!
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Visitors are cordially invited to visit the church during a worship service or to contact the Church Office or pastor for more information. We are located in the heart of the hamlet of Bridgehampton at 2429 Montauk Highway (Main Street). You will receive a warm welcome from a congregation that has been serving Presbyterians and the community on the East End of Long Island for close to 350 years.
P.O Box 3038, 2429 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, New York 11932-3038, United States
Church Office Hours:
Tuesday - Wednesday: 9am - 3pm
Friday: 9am -2:00 pm
Regular Sunday Worship: 10:30am
(Sunday after Labor day through Second Sunday in June)
Summer Sunday Worship Hours:
8:30am Worship Outdoors in the Garden
(Sundays in July and August)
9:30am Worship in the Sanctuary
(Father's Day through Labor day)