Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church Nursery School
Established in 1957, this is a nursery school of excellence with an international enrollment in a Christian setting. For additional information, see Bradley Hills Nursery School.
The BHPCNS Parents’ Group is hosting a Winter Gala fundraiser. Join the BHPCNS community on March 8, 2019 from 7:00 – 11:00 at Bethesda Country Club for a night of surprises, cocktails, dancing, great food, and lots of fun all while raising money for the new Outdoor Discovery Center. The Outdoor Discovery Center will be a place for children of the community to play as well as having a new amphitheater for classes, bible study, discussion, contemplation all members of BHPC and BJC.
Bethesda Jewish Congregation (BJC)
BJC is a liberal Jewish congregation with a long history of sharing space with the Bradley Hills congregation. We consider each other spiritual siblings, and share pulpit exchanges between the pastor and rabbi, sponsorship of social actions, musical programs featuring members of both congregations, and our annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service. Their membership is between 200 and 250 households. For more information, please contact Shana Rosenblatt Young at (301) 469-8636 or visit their website at www.bethesdajewish.org.
For information about the covenant relationship between our two congregations, read the Covenant between BHPC and BJC.
Pastoral Counseling and Care Ministries
PCCM provides unique professional counseling services combining the insights of spiritual traditions and those of the behavioral and social sciences to individuals, couples, families, and groups. For more information, see Professional Counseling
Friends Club brings together active gentlemen in the early-to-mid stages of Alzheimer’s disease in a caring, safe, and secure environment. This program is specially designed to meet the social and emotional needs of men who are experiencing memory loss due to diagnosed dementia. Friends Club is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization. It resembles men’s organizations and clubs that a member may have belonged to earlier in his life, providing a familiar non-institutional setting.
Participants gather with trained staff and committed volunteers four days a week to socialize with peers, share common interests and experiences, and enjoy therapeutic, social, and physical activities. For more information, call 301-469-0070 or visit at www.friendsclubbethesda.org. Click here to read the article about the Friends Club that appeared in Bethesda Magazine.