Both our 9:15 am and 11:00 am services have the same music and sermon. There is no "dress code" - you will see a variety of styles, and we encourage you to come in whatever you feel comfortable wearing. 

Our Sunday morning services at bpchurch are a mixture of music, prayer, and a sermon from God's Word. 

Check out our YouTube Page to see what our services are like!

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  • Music

    We start and finish our services with singing. Our music is a mix of newer songs and traditional hymns. 

  • Sermon

    The largest portion of our service is given to a sermon rooted in the Bible. We treasure the opportunity to hear from God in His word week-by-week and make it a central part of our worship. If you don't have a Bible of your own, we provide Bibles in the back of the seats. Please feel free to take a copy or ask one of the ushers for a paperback version if you prefer. 

  • Classes

    Along with our Service in the auditorium, we also have deeper study classes for all ages. For teens and adults we have our bp Academy program; feel free to sit in on a class at any time! We also have a Sunday School program for our 1-6th graders and child care for Nursery and Preschool/Kindergarten. Check out our kids page for more information.

    Classes for adults are offered during both services. This allows you to attend a class and also attend a worship service the same morning!

Where do I go?

We are located on the corner of 117th Avenue and 119th Street in Vancouver, WA, next to Prairie High School and across the street from the Winco shopping center.

There are 3 buildings on our campus:

  • The Auditorium: The A-frame building in the middle of our campus, hosts our worship services and offices. 
  • Chapman Hall: The tan 2-story building on the corner of 117th & 119th, hosts our children's ministries. This includes our children's Sunday School classes and Awana.  
  • Fellowship Hall: The brick building next to the baseball field, the Fellowship Hall houses the café, bpAcademy classes, and our midweek Bible studies.