The Bible makes it clear that we, as a church, are to live out what we believe in relationship with one another. In order to facilitate this, we utilize Adult Bible Fellowships (ABF), small pockets of people and families within the larger church body, that are designed for group Bible Study, meeting each other’s needs, and mutual growth and encouragement. ABF meets at 9:30 am each Sunday. We’d love for you to join us.
S.A.L.T. (Single Adults Living the Truth)
Transitioning into adult life can be difficult. New opportunities and challenges make young adulthood an ideal time to grow in Christ. S.A.L.T. is our fellowship class for single adults in college or just beginning their career.
Pages of Life
Pages of Life was created especially for single women who have lost their spouse due to divorce or death. This group seeks to address the specific challenges that women in these situations deal with every day.
Joining a new church can be intimidating. We want to help you make in this important area. Discover Bethel is designed to give you a chance to get to know our pastor and understand why we do what we do here at Bethel. The class runs for six weeks. Contact the office to sign up.
In our New Beginnings class, newly married couples, as well as those with younger children, enjoy getting together for fellowship and Bible Study with each other each Sunday morning. The class aims to provide support, advice, and stability to young couples so that they can build marriages and families that stand the test of time.
The time when kids begin transitioning into school can be both hectic and exciting. True North is made up of younger families with children in pre-school and elementary school.
HomeWorks! consists mainly of couples with elementary-age children. At this stage of life, it is crucial to maintain stability and communication at home, even in the midst of mounting schedule demands and responsibilities. The refreshing fellowship at HomeWorks! can go a long way toward helping your family put God first in this exciting time. Click here to check out their facebook page.
As children enter the teen years, a whole new set of challenges face parents. Take 2 is made up mostly of parents with teenage or college age children. PANIC Meetings, candid talks with our Student Ministries Pastor about issues teenagers face, are a frequent feature in this class.
Cross Roads is made up of couples just entering the “empty nest” stage. Each week, this group gathers to study the Bible and help each other face the unique challenges of parenting young adults.
Harvesters is our empty-nesters’ class. The time when all the kids have moved out of the house is a prime age to grow in serving the Lord.
Our church’s seniors have gained a lot of wisdom over the years. But they still benefit greatly from meeting together to encourage and strengthen each other in serving God.
Joyful Hearts consists of retired ladies who desire to meet together on a smaller scale for prayer, encouragement, and Bible Study. Joyful Hearts is an extension of the Ambassadors, and frequently meets with the entire class for various activities.
The Watchmen are a tight-knit group of retired men that study God’s Word together each Sunday Morning. Like Joyful Hearts, the Watchmen belong to the Ambassadors, and frequently join the larger group for activities held throughout the year.
Vital Signs meets every week for fellowship and Bible Study that is customized to the deaf and hard of hearing community. American Sign Language (ASL) is used.