Welcome to Brookfield Presbyterian Church
In Grace, with Hope,
Striving to do God’s Will
through Worship, Fellowship, Study, and Service
We are glad you stopped by. Please make yourself at home as you discover who we are and what we are about. Feel free to look around within the different areas of worship, education and activities. We hope you like our pictures as they reflect our life of being a faith community. Explore our calendar and activities past, present and future. Be sure to send us a note if you have any suggestions or comments. Our hospitality and witness to our faith in Jesus Christ begins here.
As you make yourself at home here at our website and on our Facebook page, don’t forget to come and find us on the corner of Brookfield Road and Benington Drive. We would love to welcome you to our worship services on Sunday Morning, Bible study groups, and even our choir!
In Christ you are no longer a stranger. You are our sister and our brother.
BPC is a Mission Church and we take it seriously! To see just how serious we are, check out our Mission tab to get information about our new mission project and our Events tab to see the latest mission and fellowship activities of our congregation…
Worship life begins Sunday morning as members and guests gather before worship to visit. From September through May, Sunday School Classes for adults are held at 9:00 a.m and worship begins at 10:00 a.m. in the sanctuary. From June – August, worship is at 9:30 a.m. in the sanctuary. Fellowship time immediately follows the worship service every Sunday.
The service, while traditional in structure, is informal and interactive. We worship in the Reformed tradition, involving our lay people as liturgists and musicians.
Members share joys and concerns regularly, and a sense of community is evident even to first time visitors.
Brookfield Church is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Presbyterians trace their history to the 16th century and the Protestant Reformation. Our heritage, and much of what we believe, began with John Calvin (1509-1564), whose writings crystallized much of the Reformed thinking that came before him.
Read about our history, beliefs and practices, and our position on social issues in Presbyterian 101: A General Guide to Facts About the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)