Guests are always welcome at Bettendorf Presbyterian Church! We hope the content on the site gives you a sense of what we’re about and what’s happening at our church!

New to the area? Finding a new church? Or, just visiting?  We understand that going to a new church- whether you are new to the area, reconnecting or just visiting can be intimidating.  We hope that the following will help you out and ease your stress a little!  We’re just glad you’re here!


When are services?

9:00AM- Traditional service.  This is a service with organ, hymnal and choir (during the school year).  There are times where we have special music either from guests or from some of our talented church members.

11:00AM- Contemporary service.  This is a relatively informal worship service with modern music led by our praise band teams with lyrics projected on a screen.


What Should I Wear?

We want you to feel comfortable. We are just happy that you are joining us for worship! We want you to be able to focus on worship rather than what you are wearing. During the summertime, it is common for parishioners to wear shorts and t-shirts. Of course you can wear your “Sunday Best” if you so choose to.

If your curious, our 9am traditional service tends to be more formal and our 11am Contemporary service less formal.


Where Are We Located?

We’re located at 1200 Middle Rd. in Bettendorf, IA. We’re on the Northeast corner of I-74 and Middle Rd.  Here’s a map: link


Where Do My Children Go?

Children are always welcome to participate in worship service. In fact, we always have a Children’s Message time in both our 9:00AM and 11:00AM services. We also have worship bags available, which have different activities for your children. We understand though that little ones can get bored or antsy during services, so we do offer child care during both services so you can focus on worship.  The nursery is located downstairs- if you need help, just ask and someone will gladly show you the way!


I Have Hearing Problems. Is There Hearing Assistance?

Yes! For those that need assistance due to impaired hearing, we have special hearing devices that you can pick up from the Welcome Table near the entrance.


Am I expected to put money in the offering?

We’re honestly more concerned about your heart than your checkbook.  It’s totally up to you if you wish to give!  Should you choose to become a member of BPC we would love for you to prayerfully consider giving to the church to further our ministry and mission.  During the 11am we do not “pass the plates”, but rather have a brass bucket in the sanctuary available to place your offering if you wish.


What is a BPC Service Like?

God is good!  Each week we’ll share in singing songs of praise, pray together, read scripture together and listen to a great sermon!

We strive to have passionate engagement and provide a meaningful worship experience at BPC. We value…

Jesus: It is through Christ that we come to know God. We have our hope and our salvation in Him. Everything we do in worship and in mission is focused on honoring our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Relevance: We actively seek to reach and meet needs across generations and faith backgrounds.

 

 

We’re located at 1200 Middle Rd., Bettendorf on the NE corner of I-74 and Middle Rd.  Here’s a map: Link

You may reach out to us with questions at 563-355-6494

Some of Our Staff Members…

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Troy Winder

Pastor Troy is a second generation Presbyterian who grew up in Waterloo, Ia.  He attended the University of Dubuque graduating with a degree in psychology in 1985.  He then went on to the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary receiving his masters of divinity degree in 1988.  Troy has served churches

Chris Werner

Chris Werner has been the director of music ministries at BPC since the summer of 2005.  He loves to worship Jesus and has a passion for leading people in worship, hoping to draw them deeper into a relationship with Christ.  Chris has a music education degree from Augustana College, Rock

Jake O’Connor

Jake loves to help kids of all ages personalize their faith through Bible studies, service projects and community building events. Jake’s enthusiasm and personality push children and youth to build relationships with each other and with Jesus. Jake grew up in Cedar Rapids and graduated from the University of Iowa