AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY FOR ALL
BPC has begun In House Worship
Sunday, at 9:30 am in the Sanctuary.
In the light of the continuing epidemic we ask you to
please observe these guidelines.
ENTER through the main Narthex doors, EXIT though the side door to the left of the pulpit at the front of sanctuary.
Register your attendance. Please bring a pen to sign in with.
Please pick up for yourself a bulletin and communion set
from the tables in the Narthex.
(Do not pass them to others)
Wear a mask. This is not optional,
but a requirement of being in the building.
Observe Appropriate Social Distancing.
(At least 6 feet)
(Families who live together can sit together.)
Please sit only in designated spaces. Avoid all physical contact.
Following worship dispose of the bulletin and communion vessels in the receptacles for that purpose that will be placed near the EXIT door (to the left of the pulpit at the front of the sanctuary.)
Your offering can also be placed in the basket that will be there.
We ask that no more than one person be in the bathrooms at a time. (Unless they are assisting someone else.)
It is not yet considered safe to join in community singing, so we invite you to allow the words of the hymns to guide your meditations. Likewise, with spoken responses, it is perfectly O.K to mumble, whisper or even not say the words out loud.
at 9:30 am
In the Sanctuary
The sermon can be seen on
our You Tube page.
Please click the red icon at bottom of page on the right.
Church Office - regular office hours
Tuesday - Wednesday 9:30am -3:00pm
Friday 9:30am - 2:00pm
Chat and Craft
Will begin again on Tuesdays at
10:00am - 11:30 am
In the Parlors
"Yoga & Stretch"
Will begin on
Wednesday, at 8:30am
In the Parlors
Weekly Walking Club
WELCOMING YOU HOME
We're so happy you found us!
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Caring for others has always been a tradition and a joy for our congregation. It is how we strive to care for each other and our community, both locally and farther afield.
For over 350 years BPC has been a local landmark and is also now a National and New York State National Registered Landmark Site.
Our dedicated staff is proud of their strong ties to the community. Some have been raised in BPC for generations and understand the special gift we all share living on the East End.