About Postal Bible School

“We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, His power and the wonders He has done.”

Psalm 78: 4

What is a Postal Bible School?

A Postal Bible School (PBS) is a correspondence school, whose aim is to “tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord.”

It does this by sending out to each of it’s registered students every month, fun Bible lessons full of stories, games and puzzles, all designed to help them learn and understand the Word of God.

The lesson is split into four stories or studies which can be completed weekly and then returned to the PBS for marking. A students marks are recorded and they will often receive certificates or prizes based on their achievements.

A lot of PBS’s run camps, weekends away and prize giving evenings for their students.

What lessons are used?

The main course of lessons used by Postal Bible Schools is known as Bibletime, and is produced by Bible Educational Services. These lessons are free to download via the Bible Educational Services website.

But if you would like your lesson marked and receive rewards based on your mark, you will need to join a PBS.

How can I join a Postal Bible School?

All Postal Bible Schools run autonomously, so to join one you will need to apply to them directly.

This website is managed by the Fermanagh & Tyrone PBS in Northern Ireland. To apply to join this PBS please click here.

To find your nearest PBS please go to the ‘Find Join a PBS‘ page, or click the link below.