December Worship Services

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Sunny Day Club Celebrates 1st Year

The Sunny Day Club® at BPC recently celebrated its first anniversary. Sunny Day Club is for members with early stages of memory impairment. A host of volunteer members also meet each week from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bellevue Presbyterian Church to give Caregivers a break. They sing, laugh, play games, eat lunch and cake! Watch our video and learn how this ministry is impacting the lives of club members in Bellevue, Tennessee.

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BPC Celebrates 50 Years!

Join us as we kick off our 50th year at Bellevue Presbyterian Church in Bellevue, Tennessee on Sunday, October 29, 2017. Worship with us at 10:30, and join us for a special meal after the service.


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UpRising Week One

Did you miss the first episode of UpRising? Tune in here.

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Hurricane Recovery Assistance

Many waters cannot quench love, neither can floods drown it. — Song of Solomon 8:7
First Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas coast and portions of Louisiana bringing lashing rain and sustained winds of 130 miles per hour. Then Irma struck the Caribbean and Florida. And now Maria has devastated Puerto Rico. It’s been an horrific Hurricane season. Please help by giving to Presbyterian Disaster Assistance or the organization of your choice. Donate Now.

You can join in the response and encourage those in need by standing in the “GAP” — Give. Act. Pray.
Support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance’s emergency response and long-term recovery work in the areas affected by hurricanes.

You can also give with a credit card by calling 800-872-3283.
  • Put together Gift of the Heart kits for survivors in the affected areas — hygiene kits and cleanup buckets are especially needed. For more information, go to
  • Contact the PDA Call Center to be notified of volunteer opportunities. Call 866-732-6121 or email
God, our Shelter, 
Be a strong presence in the lives of neighbors who, having survived the winds and rains of three devastating hurricanes, now face grief, uncertainty and weary days. May our generosity in prayer and in tangible signs of support overflow more than floodwaters, to sustain your work of healing and rebuilding and to bring comfort and strength to those who suffer. Amen. 
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