Small group leaders are needed for confirmation (2nd Sunday nights, 6:30-8pm), classes (Sunday mornings, 10:15-11:15am), and for high school youth group (1st & 3rd Sundays, 6:30-8pm).
A young person who knows 10 adults in the congregation and is called by name during their school years is more likely to continue to be part of a church community in college and into adulthood. Join us in building relationships and connecting in faith!
The Bethel Food Pantry collects specific items each month that are in high demand, quickly depleted and/or hard to get through food bank resources. Please donate in the barrel located at the Welcome Desk!
What Dreams May Come is a series of paintings by Ray Zovar. His ethereal vision takes viewers down dream paths of questions as they observe the stage between sleep and reality – the playground for your subconscious. He is asking you to look deep into your soul and join the bright celestial flow of consciousness.
Ray will be at Bethel on Sunday, Oct 15 for a Meet-the-Artist from 10-11:15am in the Fireside Gallery.
The Bethel Men’s Book Study meets on Fridays, at 7am in Room 216.
This Friday, October 6, the Men’s Friday Book Study begins a three-week discussion of Who Really Cares by Arthur C. Brooks, Ph.D. Come to this lively discussion at 7am in Room 216 and enjoy delicious coffee and penetrating insights.
Due to the Transition Task Force presentations and the Financial Resources Team Forums for the next two weeks, the reformation classes have been postponed. The meal on Wed, Oct 25 is still taking place. Look for the rescheduled dates coming soon!
Plan to attend Bethel Friendship Club on Fri, Nov 10 for a turkey dinner with all the trimmings, followed by Bethel’s own Gary Lorenz sharing his unusual journey to Ireland and the British Isles. He has traveled to 102 countries and he’ll give us some history and his impressions of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Ireland and Wales. We gather at 6:15pm for the 6:30pm dinner and the cost is $10 for members and $13 for visitors. Reservations are necessary and due by Tues, Nov 7 by calling Judi at 608.222.9290.
Curious about Bethel’s Remodel Project? Stop by and talk with members of the Bethel Remodel Committee the second Sunday of every month. We’ll be at a table in the Fireside Gallery from 10-11am and welcome your interest in the remodel project. Bring your coffee and let’s chat!
Minutes of the Remodel Committee meetings can be found on the Bethel web site under News or view here.
Bethel Lutheran Church is celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation and the re-dedication of our beautiful Schantz instrument, with a pipe organ concert series. Our next performance is on Sunday, November 5, at 3pm with artists Wendy Ward and Sigrun Franzenwith a reception to follow. Admission is FREE, and the performance is open to the public! We are asking people bring one canned food item for Bethel’s Food Pantry. We hope to see you at on Nov 5!
Pat Barry, Bethel’s Church Council President, is scheduling coffee times with people to stop by and talk about with him on the third Sunday of each month. He will be available after the 7:45am worship service until 11am in Good Shepherd Chapel. Stop by to introduce yourself and take this opportunity to get to know your Council President.
What do you get when you bring together a fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar, upright slap bass, beautiful rhinestone costumes, hilarious comedy and country Christmas, bluegrass, rockabilly and gospel music? Only one answer Branson On The Road® – Christmas Style is in town!
Join Reverend Jeff Quinto, Bethel Series Executive Director, and his wife Toni on ten life-changing days in the Holy Land, January 29 – February 7, 2018, on The Bethel Series Pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Only 15 spots left!
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