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Sermon Series: Gardening with God – May 9-23

Scripture begins (Genesis 2) and ends (Revelation 22:1-5) in a garden. The story starts with the Garden of Eden, moves through the garden of the Promised Land (Genesis 13), reveals God’s plan in the Garden of Gethsemane (Matthew 26), and breaks open with new life in the garden of the tomb (John 19-20). In all

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May 9: In-Person Registration

Praise the Lord! We are now opening Bethel’s doors to in-person worship. Since we are not yet “out of the woods” with the pandemic, we will continue to practice good COVID-19 safety protocols with all who enter the building. First, this means that we ask anyone who is exhibiting signs of Covid-19 or who has been

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Family Conversations – Now-May 23

10:15am via Zoom Put on your own oxygen mask before helping others Self-care is not selfish.  It is an important part of living an abundant life, and allows us to be available when others need our care. Join Family Conversations as we discuss self-care in the month of April. All are welcome! Login Link: https://zoom.us/j/91269123253

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The Secrets and Mysteries of the Gospel of Mark – Now-June 10

Thursdays, Now-June 10, 6:30-8pm on Zoom facilitated by Pam Shellberg, Director of Lifelong Faith Formation The Gospel of Mark was written for people harassed and persecuted, failing and flagging in their faith. To them Mark offered his story of Jesus, a suffering messiah for a suffering people – a messiah to whom we ourselves might

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Bethel to Bethlehem – May-June 5

Yep!  You read it right, Bethel to Bethlehem is 6,191 miles!  Invite everyone you know to join us in moving our bodies (walking to the mailbox, counting your steps, biking, swimming, wheelchair, you name it) for 6,191 miles collectively.  Check out this promo video below and start logging your miles (using the form under the

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May 16 In-Person Registration

Praise the Lord! We are now opening Bethel’s doors to in-person worship. Since we are not yet “out of the woods” with the pandemic, we will continue to practice good COVID-19 safety protocols with all who enter the building. First, this means that we ask anyone who is exhibiting signs of Covid-19 or who has been

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Spring @ Horizons: May 29-30

Sat-Sun, May 29-30 We hope you’ll join us for Spring@Horizons, taking place this year Saturday-Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. Come for the whole time or just for a portion. A variety of activities (both organized and unstructured) will be available including our newly renovated Nature Center, ropes course adventures, hiking, art and field activities, special scavenger hunts,

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Horizons Bike-A-Thon – June 5

Sat, June 5; 9am-4pm Join us for the 36th Annual Bethel Horizons Bike-A-Thon on Sat, June 5! Participants and volunteers come together to raise money for, and raise awareness about the Adventure & Environmental Education Programs at Bethel Horizons. All while building community along the way! The Bethel Horizons Bike-A-Thon starts at the Mount Horeb

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Community Picnic at Horizons – June 6

It is Community Picnic time! This year the picnic is FREE!! It’s time to gear up for the Bethel Community Picnic on Sun, June 6 at Bethel Horizons starting at Noon. Don’t miss this opportunity as a Bethel family for fellowship and celebration! Please RSVP by May 30 to help us plan how many meals

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Events @ Horizons

Let’s grow together in our faith through laughter, play, prayer and community at beautiful Bethel Horizons. Come as you are: individuals, families, couples, friend groups – all are welcome!    Spring @ Horizons May 29-30 Summer @ Horizons July 6-9 Women’s Retreat Oct 8-9 Advent @ Horizons Dec 3-4

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ZOOM – Virtual Coffee Hour: Sundays at 10am

Are you missing time with your Bethel community where you can chat and catch-up with them? We are too! That is why we are starting a Virtual Coffee Hour on Sundays at 10am through Zoom Video Conferencing! A link will be shared through the Sunday Daily Devotion email that will allow the Bethel community to visit

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Fireside Chats – First Tuesday of the Month

Pastor Mike will continue to host Fireside Chats on the first Tuesday of the month. You can view it on Facebook and YouTube. If you have any questions you would like to ask, please send them to christal@bethel-madison.org.

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Lord’s Supper – Wednesdays

Join us on Wednesdays at 6:30pm for the Lord’s Supper. Just because we are unable to meet in person for worship doesn’t mean we can’t share the Lord’s meal. There are few features more central to the life and teaching of Jesus than the common meal. Every Wednesday until we are able to celebrate in

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ZOOM – Men’s Current Christian Concerns

Men’s Current Christian Concerns continues to meet each Thursday morning via a Zoom video conference. The meeting starts at 8:30am instead of 7am during this temporary rearrangement. Apr 28 – Population Dynamics and Exponentials May 6 – Farther on the Elder Circle May 13 – Want to Get Really Rich? May 20 – Inflation? May 27

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ZOOM – Contemplative Scripture Reading – Thursdays

with Pam Shellberg on Thurs at 10am and 8:30pm (via Zoom) Join Pam Shellberg for a time of interactive, contemplative scripture reading. During each 45-minute period, we will read a passage from scripture and reflect on it by way of the ancient practice of lectio divina. This involves engaging the scripture with our minds, imaginations,

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Men’s Friday Book Study

On Friday, April 23, the Men’s Friday Book Study will begin studying David McCullough’s recent book, Brave Companions, a collection of portraits of men and women who changed history. All men are welcome to join our Zoomed gathering each Friday at 8am. Come for the humor and good fellowship as well as a chance to

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Annual Report

Copies of the annual report are available here! Hard copies are also available for pickup at the church or can be mailed by request.

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