Visitors

We welcome visitors!  

Here’s some information that might be helpful for your first visit to Bethel. 

Sunday Schedule

During the summer months (Memorial Day – Labor Day), our worship service begins at 9:30 am. During the school year, Sunday School starts at 9:30 am, followed immediately by worship at 10:30 am.

What can I expect on my first visit?

Our greeters will be ready to help answer any questions you may have. There is an information table in the Gathering Place outside the Worship center, please take any of the brochures you may be interested in. Bethel Church loves children and families. We provide a nursery for infants and toddlers through 2 years old. You are also welcome to bring your children to worship with you. If your children are restless during worship, you can bring them to The Gathering Place just outside the Worship Center where you will still be able to hear and see the worship time.

What options are available for my children? 

Bethel Church loves children and families. We provide a nursery for infants and toddlers through 2 years old. You are also welcome to bring your children to worship with you. If your children are restless during worship, you can bring them to The Gathering Place just outside the Worship Center. You will still be able to hear and see the worship time, but we won’t hear your children.

Worship

We hope that during the service you will experience the power of God’s presence. Led by a variety of volunteer worship leaders and musicians, our worship time is a blend of contemporary and traditional worship songs.

Offering

Each week, we receive an offering for our General Fund.  As a guest, please do not feel any pressure to give. This is an act of worship for our regular attenders, allowing them to thank God for the work he is doing in their lives.

Communion

The second Sunday of every month, we celebrate communion together. Anyone can participate in this time of reflection and prayer – as long they’ve made the decision to follow Jesus Christ and have publicly professed that faith before a Christian congregation. The juice and bread that we share represent the life He gave up so that our sins could be forgiven.