What: Retirement Celebration for Jacqui Time: May 20, 8:30-11am, between services Place: Emmaus Room Who: Entire Bethel Family Why: Honor and thank Jacqui Shanda, our retiring Director of Discipleship What: Have a snack and enjoy the fellowship
In this issue of The Bethelite read about the New Director of Administration and Ministry Support, Jerry Buss, a thank you from Second Harvest, Earth Stewardship Sunday, Elisabeth Pynn Himmelman to Resign this Summer, Easter thank you, Bethel Jr! on May 6, XYZ Trip to Wisconsin Dells, Life Long Learning Ministry Team update, and Lead Pastor Call Committee update. Plus lots more. View The Bethelite
As a part of our Earth Stewardship weekend on Sunday, April 22, come to the Emmaus Room and see all that Bethel Horizons has to offer. We will have displays for each program area of Bethel Horizons and a table specifically for Bethel’s Vacation Bible Camp. Meet with some of the Horizons year round staff, interact with some live animals, engage in activities, and learn about how you might be able to enjoy the wonders of Bethel Horizons!
It’s time to update the contact info that Bethel has for you. People move and get new email addresses. People no longer recognize you from your old photo! On the weekends of April 28/29 & May 5/6, the Community Ministry team will distribute a survey along with the bulletin. In the survey, members can update their contact info, state their desire for a free updated digital photo (courtesy of Bethel’s Camera Club), and indicate their interest in volunteering or participating in Bethel’s many activities.
Please join us Saturday, June 2, on the Military Ridge Trail in Mt. Horeb. Check-in starts at the old train station. You must register in advance and have pledges in order to receive a Bike-A-Thon t-shirt. Budget Bicycle will be available for minor tune-ups until 10am at no cost. Prizes are available for those who raise $250, $500, $750 or more! Proceeds go towards Bethel Horizons’ nature and adventure programs. These funds help make our programs possible and affordable for schools, churches, and community groups.
In this issue of The Bethelite read about faithful stewardship, Holy Week worship schedule, update on the pipe organ repairs, who’s living next door, Care Team updates, Bethel Series, Synod LEAD participants, Easter at Horizons, Faith Transforms Fear Class, and Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events. Plus lots more. View The Bethelite
The dates are set for our 2019 Mission/Friendship trip to Puerto Rico; Feb 5-12. We have four condos (on the ocean) and room for 25 travelers. Please sign-up early so we know if we need all four. Contact Sandy Ripp at email@example.com or 608.257.3577 x231 if you are interested.
Bethel will be hosting a presentation called ‘Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events’ by the Madison Police Department on May 2, from 6:30-8:30pm in the Community Room. Please join us!
Have you ever wondered how to respond during an active shooter event? This two-hour training will help you develop the mental, physical and emotional skills critical to an effective response. Topics include:
In this issue of The Bethelite read about who’s living next door, care team ministry, submitting your recommendation for lead pastor, meeting your lead pastor call committee, nurturing ministry team update, Easter at Horizons, annual meeting message from Pat Barry, helping Bethel win $1,000, new position for Alice Mowbray, and why does the new nursery have so much orange in it? Plus lots more. View The Bethelite
In this issue of The Bethelite read about an upcoming presentation by Bob Lindmeier about Climate Change Impacts on Madison and Wisconsin, Brat Fest sign-ups, Horizons Summer Programs now open for registration, Danial Bible Study starting Feb 25, and Care Team Ministry needs. Plus lots more. View The Bethelite
In this issue of The Bethelite read about an upcoming presentation by Bob Lindmeier about Climate Change Impacts on Madison and Wisconsin, Who’s Living Next Door, Bethel Jr! Returning Feb 4, Mardi Gras Sunday on Feb 11, an Human Resources Team update, Annual Meeting Election Ballor, LEAD 2018 event that everyone is invited to participate, Lent at a glance, and our Remodeling Open House and Chapel Dedication. Plus lots more. View The Bethelite
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