Beckley Presbyterian Church

203 South Kanawha St
Beckley, WV 25801

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m.
Radio Broadcast 7:00 p.m. on WJLS 99.5 FM


What We’ve Been Doing
Bike Trip on Thurmond Trail
Halloween Party for Younger Youth
Halloween Tailgate Party, Uptown Beckley
Lock-in with Midnight Bowling, Food, & Fun
Serve Congregational Thanksgiving Dinner
Operation Christmas Child (Shoebox Project)
Christmas Caroling & other holiday fun
“Souper” Bowl Sunday Collection
Youth Planning Retreat
Tubing at Winterplace Ski Resort
Fundraising for Mission Trips
World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine
Y-Nights at the YMCA
Spaghetti Dinner Fund Raiser
White Christmas Program
Christmas Caroling at Greystone
Potato Bar Fund Raiser
Jr. High Youth Retreat at Cedar Lakes
Easter Egg Hunt for Younger Youth
Spring Musicals
Church Picnic Worship Service
Vacation Bible School
Bluestone Summer Camp
Summer Mission Trips
About the BPC Youth Group
     The BPC Youth Group welcomes youth 6th Grade to 12th Grade.  They meet on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month in the youth room of the Educational Building from 5:00 – 6:00 pm then walk over to the YMCA for Y-Night from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  On the youth nights they practice music and hold devotionals that the youth conduct.
     Youth leaders are parents of the youth who, along with the youth themselves, help plan and organize the youth program and take turns working with the various activities. 
Awards & Recognitions


2018 Graduates

Megan Blankenship, daughter of Joseph & Allison Blankenship and granddaughter of Marlene Blankenship, is a graduate of Hillgrove High School in Powder Springs, GA.  She will be attending Florida State University pursuing a degree in Video Production and Design.  She will be studying in London her first year on campus. 

Allison Boyce-James, daughter of  Sarah & Jeremy Sotak and granddaughter of Nancy & Dave Sotak, will graduate from Christianburg High School in May.  After a school trip to Europe this summer, she will begin classes at New River Community College in Christianburg.

Aubury Smith, granddaughter of Terry & Cheryl McGill, will graduate from Kettle Run High School in Nokesville, VA in May.  She will be attending Barton College in Wilson NC in the fall.

Mikaela Otte, daughter of Jorn & Kimberly Otte, will graduate from Woodrow Wilson High School in May.  She will be attending Berea College in Berea, KY majoring in Creative Writing and Social Justice.

Links to check out!
Younger Youth
Print out or color on-line
General – not religious
Older Youth
Christian Family-friendly
Action, Construction, Mazes,
Word Search, Puzzlers,
Hidden Pictures, Crosswords
A Charming, interesting
Christian website.
Youth Leaders
from Christian Answers
Also Bible Games,
Skits, and more