The information below might be helpful to know if you are joining us for worship. If you have a question that isn’t answered below, please contact us.

Learn more about activities at BMPC on Sundays

When is worship?

Worship begins at 10:30 every Sunday morning, unless we are observing a summer worship schedule. Check the home page if you would like to visit during the summer months, the weekly worship time is listed there.

Sundays aren’t just about worship, however. Sunday school and the choir meet before church, and we welcome you to stick around after the service for coffee hour.

What should I wear to church?

We do not observe a particular dress code at Bryn Mawr, please come as you are. Most members of the congregation dress casually every Sunday, but we tend to spruce ourselves up for major holiday celebrations (Easter, Christmas, etc.).

Will I have to stand up and introduce myself?

No, we do not require you to make introductions during the service, but we encourage you to stay after church for coffee hour to meet members of the congregation.

Is there child care?

We offer child care in the downstairs nursery every Sunday. Some parents choose to take their children to the nursery, while others prefer to have their young ones join them for service in the sanctuary. The coos and cries of our young church members add to the spirit of the service.

How do I get to Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church and where do I park?

BMPC is located at the Penn exit off of 394 in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood in Minneapolis. These directions will help you get to us, and street parking is available around the church (there are no meters to worry about).

I have a mobility disability. Will it be difficult for me to get around the church?

The church main entrance has an accessibility ramp, and the church lower level is accessible by elevator.

Is there anything to be involved in outside of worship?

The quick answer is, yes, lots! We have many opportunities for you to get to know members of the congregation outside of the church walls, including social groups, leadership opportunities and volunteering.