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Talking ’bout Softball… Church League Season Started Monday, June 12!
Do you enjoy outdoor sports and getting to know others through fun activities? BPC is still looking for people to play on our softball team this summer. The cost is $50 per player for the season; high school-aged youth through older adults welcome – experience is helpful but we can teach you how to play as well. The game schedule is being finalized, so don’t wait! For more information or to sign up, contact Chris Perkins at or call the church office.
See you at the ball park! (Games are played at a softball field in Westchester.)
All-Church Events!
From Potluck Presbyterians Dinners to All-Church brunches and picnics, this ministry has something going on almost every month! Coming soon – Wine & the Word and summer events like Waves and the Word – check back for details! 
Men’s Ministry – The guys had such a blast at their first event at Q’s Billiard Club & Restaurant that they did it again on Wednesday, May 3! Check back for information on future Men’s events!
Young at Heart Road Trips and Lunches! 
Everyone was very enthusiastic about the great road trip in May to the newly-expanded Autry Museum of the American West!  Watch here for details on upcoming Young at Heart and TOPS events; Sponsored by Seniors Ministry but all are welcome!
Sunday Night Book Club – Open to all! The next meeting is Sunday, June 25 from 7:00-8:30 PM in Room 213. We are reading The Summer Before the War by Helen Simonson. Schoolteacher Beatrice Nash is eager to start a new job teaching Latin in the small English seaside town of Rye in the summer of 1914. She soon has a front-row seat as local squabbles regarding such matters as whether a woman should be teaching Latin at all give way to the more pressing concerns of World War I. Join us for a great discussion! Questions? Contact Karen at
Women’s Ministry – The BPC Women’s Spring Tea in May was a big success with over 70 women attending! Plans are in the works for a great Fall mini-retreat in early November. Check back for information over the summer.