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Recovery Groups Meeting at BPC

BPC isn’t just for Sunday. Community groups such as Al-anon, AA, The Bellevue Women’s Club, CiVil, Girl Scouts, Sunny Day Club®  and more meet here every day of the week.

We are especially proud to have a recovery group meeting every day except for Wednesday. And if Wednesday is the only day you can meet, email us, and we’ll see if we can get another group started.

All are welcome.

AA & Al-Anon Meetings:

Sunday: AA Book Study—5-7 p.m. Upper Level Parking Main Entry. Coffee Parlor

Monday: 24 Hour—6:30 p.m. Lower Level Parking Choir Room

Hope Recovery—7-8p.m. Lower Level Parking Community Room

Tuesday: AA Bellevue Group—7-9 p.m. Lower Level Parking Community Room

Thursday: AA Bellevue Group—7-9 p.m. Lower Level Parking Community Room

Hope Recovery—6-7p.m. Lower Level Parking Youth Room

Friday:  Al-Anon—10-12 a.m. Upper Level Parking Main Entry Coffee Parlor

AA “As Bill Sees It” 7 p.m. Upper Level Parking Main Entry

Saturday: 24 Hour—5:00 p.m. Lower Level Parking Choir Room

 

 

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BPC Early Education Is Now Registering for Fall

The fall semester starts August 5th with a play day for all classes. The first day of school is Monday, August 8, 2017.

Please call 615-646-1667 for more information.

Now taking infants!

 

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Butter Braid Bread Available at BPC

Delicious Butter Braid Bread is available at Bellevue Presbyterian Church until sold out! Choose from five flavors: Apple, Cinnamon, Chocolate, Cream Cheese and Strawberries & Cream Cheese plus Carmel Rolls.

Allow bread to thaw, let rise and bake at your convenience. Serves 9 people. Only $14 per loaf or rolls. Proceeds benefit our Alzheimer’s programs.

Your purchase helps benefit our Alzheimer’s outreach.

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Welcome Interim Early Ed Director


Welcome Brittany Wilson pictured here with her husband Ronnie. Brittany was previously Director of Preschool at West Nashville Cumberland Presbyterian. Brittany is due to deliver their 5th child (a girl) in October so she will be able to see us through the summer and into Fall. The summer session ends July 21st. The first day of the regular school session is August 8th and we are now enrolling.

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Almost $20,000 raised for Alzheimer’s research!

Thank you Bellevue, and Nashville, Tennessee merchants who donated to our Longest Day silent auction. Thank you Bellevue and Nashville, Tennessee residents who attended our Night to Remember dinner, dance and silent auction. Thank you Chaffin’s Barn for participating with us and hosting our event. We raised almost $20,000 in one evening thanks to you who purchased tickets and who bid high on merchandise, gift certificates, celebrity memorabilia and more.

BPC Cares has participated in The Longest Day for Alzheimer’s Association fundraising for the past 4 years. Ever since our pastor, Kristi Shay Moore, issued a Lenten Challenge to pay forward $100. Our $100 has turned into almost $85,000 through yard sales, carnivals and silent auctions. All in support and memory of those in our congregation and in our families who have died with dementia and Alzheimer’s or who are currently living with the disease.

It has touched almost all of us in some way. And we want to see the disease eradicated.

In addition to The Longest Day fundraiser BPC Cares also hosts The Sunny Day Club® each Wednesday at Bellevue Presbyterian Church in Bellevue, Tennessee from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Many volunteers from our community help with this important program.

Joyce Wisby, a BPC member whose husband Jim died with early-onset Alzheimer’s, leads a support group in association with The Barton House in Bellevue, Tennessee and the Middle Tennessee Alzheimer’s Association. It is the only support group in Bellevue that provides respite care.

And don’t forget, when you want your fix of the infamous Butter Braid Bread you can always get your favorite flavor at Bellevue Presbyterian Church with profits benefiting the work we do for those living with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers.

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