BPC offers a variety of small groups, each with its own personality and various elements of Bible study, prayer, sharing and fellowship, and mission service. Each group values inclusiveness and a desire to welcome new members. To learn more about any of the groups highlighted below, please call the church office at 703-764-0456.
Bible and Bagels
Meets weekly on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. in the Library. The B&B group is comprised of multi-generational members who meet weekly for prayer, fellowship, and Bible study using stand-alone lessons.
Leaves of Grace Book Study Group
Meets monthly at BPC to discuss a selected book.
MOB (Men of Burke)
The Men’s group meets on the first Saturday of the month from 7:30 – 9 a.m. at BPC for breakfast, fellowship, a program and mission.
Mothering is a big job. It can be wondrous, exhausting, terrifying, awe-inspiring, frustrating and fulfilling, sometimes all on the same day. It helps to have a village. The BPC Moms’ group meets the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, from 7-9 pm, in homes. Most of the moms in the group have new babies through elementary school-aged kids, but all are welcome.
Monday Night Women’s Bible Study
This intergenerational small group meets one Monday evening a month in homes. We study scripture, share prayer concerns, and develop/deepen friendships. We are always welcoming new members.
Nightingales Women’s Circle
Meets the second Thursday evening of every month in homes for fellowship and great desserts!
For adults, men and women ~ a time to meet other parents and share in conversation on topics of life and faith. Oasis is held on Wednesday evenings from 7-7:45 following the Rainbow schedule.
A gathering of retirees who meet once a month for lunch in the church library to share the joys and challenges of retirement.
SWEET Team (Seniors with Extra Energy and Time)
All over 50 are invited to join us for monthly outings and potluck luncheons.
The Gathering is a small group for young adults. We combine classroom-like discussions on current events and faith with informal, well, gatherings at restaurants, on hiking trails and in people’s homes. UKirk members (college-aged adults), recent college graduates and folks in their 20’s are invited to join us for fellowship, spiritual growth and a whole lot of fun.