Our Ministries

Bellevue Presbyterian Church (BPC) is dedicated to making a positive impact by serving and caring for people in and outside of middle Tennessee.
We participate in a Habitat for Humanity build each year and collect special donations for the organization.
Rooted in Hope. Each winter BPC opens our doors to homeless men, feeding them and providing them with a warm place to sleep as part of Room in the Inn.
Spiritual Sustenance. At BPC, knitters and crocheters are creating handmade shawls for people in need as gifts of comfort, hope, and peace.

Each Wednesday from 11 to 2 PM, members of our community with Alzheimer’s and dementia join together with loving volunteers for fun and activities. Click here and scroll down to view a video about the club!

Since Spring 2017, Bellevue Presbyterian Church has partnered with Touchstone Youth Resource Services to provide its award-winning social-emotional development initiative called CiViL. CiViL builds the Character, Values, and Leadership skills in teens that they need for success in life. BPC first hosted CiViL-Bellevue here on our campus for 2 years. When CiViL was invited on-campus at Hillwood High School in 2019, BPC continued supporting this effort by hosting Touchstone’s annual BiG Blessing Benefit fundraising event, collecting shoes for the Best Foot Forward shoe drive, and donating toiletries and personal care items for CiViL’s Show Our Love care packs. Our own Madelyn Johnson has been a CiViL Groups Coach for the past 5 years. The mission of Touchstone is to inspire change by helping youth envision a hopeful future, embrace positive options, and engage in real steps toward a better life!
Tackling Hunger. Every February, we make a dent in hunger by collecting monetary and canned donations through the Souper Bowl of Caring. These donations go to the Bellevue Community Food Bank.
Restoring Hope, Feeding the Hungry, Empowering the Oppressed. During the season of Lent, each gift to One Great Hour of Sharing supports efforts to relieve hunger through the Presbyterian Hunger Program, promote development through the Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People, and assist in areas of disaster through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance.

The Women of Bellevue Presbyterian Church meet the first Sunday of each month right after the worship service for lunch, fellowship and Bible Study.  We will be adding an additional group in the Fall on a different day (TBD).  We would love to have you join us.  It’s a great way to get to know other women in the church, plus the Bible Studies are inspiring and very interesting.

Fellowship

Wonderful Wednesday, Chili Cook-Off, Talent show, Trivia nights, Holiday progressive dinners, Small Church Youth Group events with neighboring churches such as dodge ball tournaments, summer retreats to Montreat, and other youth gatherings.