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Services 10:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m.


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Easy-to-find directions and map. Located near Bedford Town Hall and Library.

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Join us for worship this Sunday at 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.


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Donate, volunteer, share your gifts of time & talents. Historic Preservation - Capital Campaign underway!

February 7, 2016 - Join us for Sunday Worship Service at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. It's Souper Bowl Sunday!

Dear Church Family and Friends,
Its Super Bowl Sunday and what is your game plan for the day? I hope you will make it part of your game plan to join us for worship at 10 AM and/or 5 PM! This week's services are centered around the Gospel of John (John 6: 1-15) and the story of the Feeding of the 5000. In this passage, Jesus provides a faithful, compassionate example of feeding God's people who are hungry. Sunday also happens to be Souper Bowl Sunday, where we take an offering to help combat food scarcity in our community. This year's offering will benefit the new community food pantry housed at BPC. You can put into practice Jesus' teaching of feeding the hungry through your offerings to this worthy ministry.
Following the 10 AM worship hour, you are invited to attend the annual congregational meeting. You can pick up your annual report when you enter worship on Sunday morning along with the docket, budget, and pastor's calls too! The report is also housed on our website Be sure to stay for a delicious soup and salad luncheon that will follow the annual meeting hosted by our wonderful Fellowship Committee.
Don't forget to join us for Ash Wednesday Evening Services this Wednesday, February 10 at 7 PM. This is one of the most meaningful services of the year as we come to examine our faith and lives at the start of Lent.  We will also hold an Ash Wednesday Prayer Service at Birch Hill in the Manor Activity Room at 1:30 PM. All are invited to worship with us at the Manor.
As part of our humble walk with God in Lent, we are asking everyone-all ages to read the Bible. Check out next week's bulletin or the Spring Brochure that will be available next Sunday for the details or see the article in this Hilltop Crier to see information about the Lenten Bible Reading Challenge! Make reading scripture a part of your daily game plan in Lent!
Everybody, you are on God's Squad so get in the game and join us for worship this Souper Bowl Sunday at BPC! God bless and see you Sunday!
Pastor Karen   

The congregation gathered on the new steps to celebrate the new columns, portico and granite steps.

A grateful congregation recently gathered for the dedication of BPC's new church portico, columns, and granite steps. Special thanks to the congregation and the leaders that worked so hard to make this happen.

Guest Musician!

This Sunday, Feb. 5, we welcome an extraordinary guest musician, harpist Adeline Parker. She will be joining our beloved choir for a sensational anthem as well as providing special music that will absolutely send you to cloud nine, guaranteed. Come and join us for this memorable Communion Sunday!

Co-Pastors Karen Hagy and John Sawyer

Click here for weekly Hilltop Crier, February , 2016

Bedford Community Food Pantry

Plans are in place and work is well underway for the opening of the Bedford Community Food Pantry. This endeavor is possible because of the collaborative efforts of School District officials, businesses and citizens, local service organization, the Bedford Lions Club and, five local churches: Manchester Seventh-day Adventist Church, New Hope Christian Fellowship, Trinity Life Community – Bedford Foursquare Church, St. Elizabeth Seton Church, and Bedford Presbyterian Church. Food Insecurity is a growing concern across the nation and right here in our own backyard. Nearly 350 adults and children in Bedford qualify for food stamps. More than 160 families in Bedford meet the income standards for the government’s free school lunch program. The Pantry seeks to provide access to adequate food for families and individuals. In this season of giving we invite you to partner with us by volunteering time, donating food, or providing monetary support. Please consider giving now and in the new year. Donations are tax deductible and can be made out to: The Food Pantry at Bedford Presbyterian Church and mailed to: Bedford Presbyterian Church, 4 Church Road, Bedford, NH 03110. Check back often as we provide information on our progress and hours of operation. If you are interested in donating, volunteering, organizing a food drive or are in need of support, contact Mike Sills, of the Bedford Lions Club at 472-5516 or George Reese, Director at 472-4920.

Click on the link below for a copy of the 2015 Annual Report Please note the Financial portion will be available next week.



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