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Ladies of the Church
  • Around God’s House


    Wednesday, November 16, 7:00 am at Eat-N Park.


             Thank you.  Here are the children modeling some of the coats


    What Veterans Day mean to me?


    It is my belief that our lives are good and easy because of the men and women of our military, those who are making or have made sacrifices on a daily basis. We don’t see the sacrifices that they make; the toll that it takes on them and their families. I wish everyone was aware of what they’re doing or have done for us. Freedom is not free, someone is paying the price and we all need to be grateful for that and pray for them.  To all those that are serving or have served, your sacrifices are appreciated! THANK YOU for what you are doing or have done.

    Penny Ranson

    The Worship Committee invites the congregation to participate in appreciating our military.



    On Sunday, November 6, a basket will be placed in the narthex filled with toy soldiers in recognition of Veteran’s Day.  Please pick up a soldier, take him home and put him in a special place as a reminder to say a prayer for all those that have served or are presently serving in our military.


    On Sunday, November 13, the children and youth will be packing boxes for Operation Christmas Child immediately after the offering.  This way families can stay after worship for lunch and make the tray ornaments for the hospital.  We are planning to fill 20 boxes.  If you would like to contribute something please see Renee Mathews.


    Have you heard about our new Bible Study on the first Sunday of every month?  It’s called One. If you missed our first meeting that’s ok we will be meeting again the first Sunday in November and it is not too late to begin.  Here is the description for this Bible Study:


    ONE- A Small Group Journey Toward Life-changing Community, first Sunday of every month. Life is better shared… especially in a Christ-centered community.   This 8-week, small group study is designed to lead participants into meaningful interactions with fellow Christians.  Group activities and lessons help participants lift each other up, push each other forward, and send each other out.  Sundays at 4:30 pm, child care provided.



    You’re Invited to…

    Bridgeport Presbyterian Church’s Thanksgiving Dinner

    Sunday November 20 at 5:00 pm

    Turkey, gravy, stuffing and bread will be provided Please sign-up for a potluck item to bring.

    “…always giving thanks to God the Father at all times and for everything in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

    Ephesians 5:20


    PW is ready to start the season.  All Women of the church are invited!!!!

    Ornament Making Party

    November 13 @ Noon

    In the lounge

    Lunch provided

    No babysitters but children are welcome.

    Easy to make ornaments will be donated to United Hospital Center as “Tray Treats” for patients during the holiday season.

    Live Wreath Making Event

    December 5 @ 4:00

    Donna’s Flower Shop

    Cost $30

    Must pay in advance—no refunds

    Penny will collect money on November 9 for the wreaths.

    Donna needs to put the event on her calendar ASAP.

    We need 8 people in order to book the event.


    December 8 @ 5:30


    Need 10 people to make reservations

    If you are interested in any of these events please email me at:



    Thank You for participating in the Kroger Community Rewards Program Now it’s time to re-enroll!

    If you enrolled in the Kroger Cares program last year you must re-enroll each year.  It is okay to re-enroll early.  Go to, Sign-in and then click on Community, Click on reward details and follow the questions.  If you have never enrolled it is very easy if you already have a Kroger card, you can add Kroger rewards and our church gets 5% of your purchases.  Follow the same steps and it will prompt you how to add the Bridgeport Presbyterian Church.  This is a very easy way to support the church.  


  • Sunrise Service & Breakfast

    Sunrise Service followed by Breakfast