Between the 8 AM and 9:30 AM Easter worship services (April 4), Bethel will serve a “Grab & Go” breakfast: individual bags with caramel rolls, fruit & beverage from Keys Café that people can take home with them or enjoy outside. Please sign up here if you’re interested in a breakfast bag.
During the season of Lent, join us on Wednesdays at Bethel for worship at 7pm. You can also find a video recording of the service on our 2or3 Worship Media page, in addition to our pre-recorded Sunday services.
Bethel will host a Thanksgiving (Eve) service on Wednesday, November 25, at 5:30 PM. Please join us!
Our John1516s event at Feed My Starving Children has been postponed. We will reschedule for a date TBD – check our Youth Ministries page for updates!
We plan to host a fall work day on Saturday, October 31, starting at 8 AM. Bring your rakes, working gloves, and a hot beverage, and join us for raking leaves, tidying up gardens, and sweeping the parking lot as we prepare the grounds for winter.
“Deep Dive,” the Bible study that meets at Bethel on Tuesdays will resume gathering in person on September 15. Join us at 10 AM for a study in the book of Hebrews. Bethel’s safety protocols, including the use of face masks indoors, will be observed.
The women’s small group that meets on Wednesday evenings will resume gathering on September 16 at 7pm. The study will be “Stepping Up: A Journey through the Psalms of Ascent” by Beth Moore. Contact the church office for more information!
We invite you to Bethel for worship on Christmas Eve (5:30 pm) and Christmas Day (10:00 am). The Christmas Eve service will feature lessons and carols, with candlelight during the concluding song, “Silent Night.” Christmas Day worship will include beloved carols, readings from Luke 2, and a message about God’s gift of Jesus. Please join … Read more
Please join us for a celebration of Christmas at our annual Living Nativity! This free event features a live presentation of the Christmas story at 6pm and 7pm. Come enjoy this outdoor skit, along with a petting zoo and bonfire. Then head indoors for warm beverages and refreshments, live music with Christmas caroling, and a … Read more