As an expression of our core value, An Inquiring Faith,
FPCB offers learning opportunities for all ages.
Many Ways to Learn
Due to our concern for everyone’s safety:
We are thoughtfully considering how each activity is offered,
whether that might be in-person, virtually, or a hybrid option.
Please check each one for details.
If you would like more information about any of these opportunities, please connect with
The Rev. Lindsey Altvater Clifton, Associate Pastor for Justice and Community Impact.
Our children’s ministry is currently on summer hiatus,
and looking forward to our fall programming.
FPCB has a number of opportunities for middle school
and high school aged youth. Our emphasis is on including the young people in the planning of events and
Lifelong learning is a hallmark of the Presbyterian faith, and in that spirit FPCB offers:
Hearts N Minds Adult Education classes
This group typically operates under a ‘group read’ model – where everyone reads a book together and discusses its themes and impact. It is currently on summer hiatus, and will return in the fall.
Occasional ‘book talks’ are offered, where learners are invited to read a common book and discuss it as a group.
Discipleship Classes and Series
Recent presentations include “Constructive Conversations”, sessions on spiritual resilience, a history of hymns, focus on specific Bible stories and characters, and a 21-Day Racial Justice Immersion Project.
2344 Center Street
Bethlehem, PA 18017
610-867-5865, ext. 238
Senior Pastor/Head of Staff: The Rev. J.C. Austin
Associate Pastor for Justice and Community Impact:
The Rev. Lindsey Altvater Clifton
Pastoral Associate for Formation and Compassion:
The Rev. Suzanne Trump
Director of Music Ministries: David Macbeth
Weekday Preschool Director: Tracy Leszcynski
Rentals/Facility Usage: Carol Burns
Facilities Maintenance Manager: Kevin Konczyk