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Adults of All Ages

There are many ways for adults of all ages to grow, serve and transform lives togethers. 

Weekly Bible Studies

Sundays Mornings

Adults Sunday School (Bible Study) meets from 9:30 – 10:30 am each Sunday morning. 

We have four classes that meet on our 3rd floor in the education building.

Berea Class is a coed class of middle age people who desire to study the Bible in an open and supportive environment. Our class encourages your participation through sharing, praying and class discussions of the lesson material. Please come as you are. We are an informal group that wants to create a welcome and inviting space for newcomers. There is always a pot of coffee.  Each week we share our praises and concerns and pray over them. We us the Formation series to guide our Bible study. We particularly focus on how the principles of the gospel apply to our lives in the 21st century.

Cornerstone Class examines Scripture in the light of its historical context so that we can more adequately understand how it applies to our daily life and world issues.  We believe that all points of view – liberal, moderate and conservative – have value and are therefore welcome and encouraged. Once a quarter, in lieu of a formal lesson, we enjoy a time of relaxed fellowship and a pot-luck style breakfast. Whenever possible, our class enthusiastically participates in either a community service project or some form of fellowship outside of church.

“Hope” class consists of women who desire a closer relationship with God. Our Bible study is assisted by use of “Formation Series” published by Smith & Helwys. While the study of scriptures is teacher-led, we welcome discussion as we seek to apply the lesson to our everyday lives. We desire to be supportive of each other and of the church as a whole as we spend time sharing and praying our praises and concerns each week. We support the many ministries of our church both as workers and with class funds. We have found that working in missions together creates relationships and a common bond with each other. We take seriously the words of Jesus when he said:  “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Women of any age are welcome to join us! Please come as you are!

Unity Class is open to persons of any age, gender, and marital status. Current members range in age from fifty up.  The class provides an opportunity for serious Bible study in an open and accepting setting; our curriculum is the Uniform Bible Study series by Smyth & Helwys publishing. Members examine scripture as it relates to their daily lives through sharing experiences, insights, and questions. Each year the class cooks and serves a Sunday dinner for homeless people at Jeff Street at Liberty.

 

Sacred Sundays

 

 

 

Adults ages 21 and older are invited to engage in Bible Study and conversations about culture, God and everyday living at Krazy Dave’s Bar and Grill at 6:00PM on Sunday evenings.

 

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Dinner and Dialogue - Wednesday Nights
Thursday Brown Bag & Bible Study
Eat. Pray. Share.

Upcoming Events

Halloween Neighborhood Parties, October 31

On Halloween night, (Wednesday, October 31), members and friends of Buechel Park Baptist Church will be gathering in 4 locations around Louisville to hand out candy and hot dogs to children, teenagers, and their families. Volunteer to hand out candy to trick-or-treaters or bring the kids by during the evening to collect candy at one of the Neighborhood Parties!

Locations:

  • Buechel Park Baptist Church’s front lawn (2403 Hikes Lane, 40218)
  • Krazy Dave’s Pub & Grille front parking lot (2817 Del Rio Place, 40220)
  • Bannon Crossings Neighborhood
  • Saratoga Ridge Neighborhood
Christmas Party (Parents' Night Out!), November 30

The Children’s Christmas Party is on Friday, November 30 from 6 – 10 pm and is open to children ages 4 – 6th grade. This event is FREE, but donations will be accepted to support the Parents’ Day Out Tuition Assistance Fund and BPBC Children & Family Ministries. Please note that registration availability is limited and ends on Monday, November 26. To register your child, contact the church office, Pastor Sara Turpin, or Nicole Davis.

Schedule:

6:00 pm – Welcome, Prayer, & Pizza Dinner

6:30 pm – Rotations: Bible Story, Missions, Crafts, Recreation

8:30 pm – Movie: The Star (popcorn and water provided)

Children Led Worship, February 24
Easter Celebration, April 13
Passport Kids, June 24-27

Passport Camps is a summer camp for church groups. It is 4 days of high-energy engagement in Bible study and missions, afternoon interest activities (sports, creative arts, etc.), and fun with friends from your church as well as new friends from other churches. Children are eligible to attend Passport Kids during the summers after their 3rd-6th grade years. (We do, however, encourage 6th graders to attend Passport with the youth in order to develop deeper relationships with the youth group.)

Passport Kids 2019 Information

Dates: June 24 – 27, 2019

Location: Lebanon, TN on the campus of Cumberland University

Cost: Total cost per child is $325, which includes registration ($305) and travel fee ($20). The church will cover additional transportation costs as well as group fees and chaperone registration.

Fundraising: Fundraising and financial assistance is available, with priority going to BPBC members and regular attendees. Our annual fundraiser will be Sunday, February 24, when children will lead worship and host the Children’s Variety Show afterward. We will need parent help in preparing and serving lunch. We will prepare for this day following worship each Sunday in January and February.

IMPORTANT! Money is never a reason not to participate in church activities, especially for children and youth. Please speak with Sara about further questions and concerns about finances.

Signup: Registration is $75 and is due immediately (spots do fill up). Please communicate with Sara about your plans. We will close registration on November 18 and make final travel, chaperone, and financial decisions at this time. Please note that all campers will need to be involved in BPBC to an extent that we can get to know them before attending camp.

Questions? Concerns? Contact Pastor Sara for more information or to register!