worship service

“Journeying through John”.  The writer of the gospel is identified in the book as, “the disciple whom Jesus loved”. John was a Jew who had been eyewitness to the events of Christ’s life.  The Gospel of John is the most theological book of the Four Gospels.  It deals with the nature and person of Christ and the meaning of faith in Him. If you desire to have an encounter with Jesus unlike no other then you don’t want to miss this.

Worship Services Classes for Children


Derick & Nicole Erwin 1st-6th grade

The Gospel Project take kids on a Christ-centered, chronological journey through Scripture. Kids will discover how the gospel unfolds from Genesis through Revelation. When kids truly experience the gospel, their hearts are transformed. It is the gospel, not good behavior, that changes everything. We have classes for 1st-3rd grade and 4th-6th grade children, these children begin in the sanctuary and then are dismissed to class after worship before the sermon.


Shelvy Corbin

The children do a variety of things from play, to praying, to snack, and Bible time. This is for children 2 years old to 5 years old. Parents should plan to drop off their children to this room before church begins.


Carlee Wilson

Our Nursery is available during our Sunday morning service for children birth to age 23 months,  parents sign their child in at the beginning of the service. The nursery is a fun place for baby’s and toddlers to play during the service!


Sunday School Classes


Pastor Jeff Knepper

Adult Class

Sunday school hour is a great hour filled with a lot of interaction as we study the Word of God together.  Currently we are studying the book of Genesis.  Genesis means “Beginnings”.  It’s so important that we have our beginnings correct.  If we fail at the foundational level, then the rest of our structure is not sure.  As we study Genesis we will learn about the Creation of the world, The sin of man, The beginnings of civilization, The history of Noah, The descendants of Noah and the Tower of babel, The history of Abraham, The descendants of Ishmael, The history of Isaac and his sons, and the history of Joseph.  Come and be a part of some exciting studies that have set the stage for the rest of Biblical history.


Matt Barnett

Adult Class

Matt Barnett facilitates the down stairs Sunday School dealing with life and relationships.  The class is a topical Bible study. The studies are from the best Bible Teachers of today and range anywhere from 5-10 sessions in study. The study is composed of a video lecture and a study guide with discussion questions. The Basement Adult Sunday School Class (Life and Relationship Class) will reconvene on the 6 of September with all other Beavertown Bible Church Sunday School Classes.  The Class will pick up with “Anxious for Nothing” by Max Lucado.  There will be a review of past material, with an emphasis on the last two sections.  The next study will be “Unshakable Hope” also by Max Lucado.  Both studies give biblical foundations to address the ever-changing world we live in today.  “Anxious for nothing” deals with the worries of this life.  While “Unshakable Hope” provides the building block to build a hope centered life in Christ. 


Pastor Matt Winters

7th-12th Grade

Another Christmas is almost here, along with the annual onslaught of Christmas music, movies, lights, shopping lists, ads, and inflatable lawn ornaments. We all know the Christmas season is supposed to be about generosity, family, and celebrating the gift of Jesus . . . but to be honest — how much of your Christmas holiday is actually spent thinking about yourself and what you want? Since we're all familiar with this selfishness struggle, this 4-week series will take us back to the very first Christmas — a day that was only possible because of the selflessness, generosity, and sacrifice of God and God's people. On the first Christmas, Mary and Joseph gave up their comfort, the shepherds gave their stories, the wise men gave their worship, and God gave everything. So this Christmas, what will you give in response?


Nicole Erwin 1st-6th grade

Our dedicated set of volunteers want to help your kids dig deep into God's Word! Using a book-by-book format, every session brings the Bible to life through rich study and engaging Bible objects, equips kids with foundational Bible knowledge and skills, and encourages them to live what they learn everywhere they go. There are 2 separate classes going through this study that take place, one is for 1st-3rd grade and the other is 4th-6th grade children.



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Our midweek service is a great time for those who desire to get together and want to grow in the grace and knowledge of our LORD.  We are currently studying 1 Kings. Originally 1 Book,  1st and 2nd Kings are appropriately titled from their subject matter, which traces the history of the kings of Israel and Judah from Solomon to the Babylonian captivity.  First Kings concludes abruptly with the beginning of the reign of Ahaziah in 853 BC.  The purpose of the book was not only to record the history of these kings, but to show that the success of any king (and of the nation as a whole) depended on the measure of his allegiance to God’s law.  Failure resulted in decline and captivity. 


This for students 7th-12th grade, we meet in the room above the gymnasium. A  typical Wednesday night consist of games, food, teaching and small groups!


This for children 3 years old to 6th grade for more information click the link below.