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AT A GLANCE

SUNDAY

Children’s & Teens’ Classes 9:30 AM
Adult Classes 9:30 AM
Morning Worship Service 10:45 AM
Afternoon Service 5:30 PM

 

WEEKLY WEDNESDAY

Bethesda Youth Group 7:00 PM
Adult Prayer Meeting 7:00 PM
Children's Ministries 7:00 PM


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GROUPS

We benefit so much from our small group ministry. These groups meet in homes for fellowship and instruction once a month on the third Sunday. Contact the church office for a small group near you. We are beginning a study of the Old Testament book of Jonah in September 2014. The following information will help you prepare to be a part of the study.

2014
September 21 - Jonah 1:1-3
October 19 - Jonah 1:4-16
November 16 - Jonah 1:17-2:10
December 21 - Jonah 3:1-4:4

2015
January 18 - Jonah 4:5-11
February 15 - Matthew 12:38-42 (Jonah and Jesus)


seminars

FOR PASTORS

Over the years God has blessed Bethesda with resources enabling us to host seminars for pastors and those heading toward vocational ministry. These times include fellowship followed by instruction from men who have been uniquely gifted by God and are willing to share their faith and skills with others. Look here for upcoming seminars. And browse through the videos of past sessions for help and encouragement. To view videos click here


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CLASSES

The Auditorium Class is answering a big, important question: What is our salvation for? by considering the Christian's part in the world.

The Senior Saint's are spending time in Psalm 119 to be followed by a brief study in Proverbs.


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BIBLE STUDY

The ladies have begun a new study on our identity in Christ. Who are you if you're a Christian? How are you to think of yourself if you are united to Christ by faith? What alternative identities does the world offer? The Bible has answers for these questions. We'd love for you to join us for this study in God's Word.


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SPRING & SUMMER SERIES

You read the Bible to hear from God. But when you come to a difficult verse it's harder to know what he's saying. We want to help. This spring and summer during our scheduled Sunday afternoon services at 5:30 p.m., the pastors will explain some of the more difficult verses in the Bible. So come to learn why Jesus cursed a fig tree, why Paul would encourage people to remain single, and why James says Christians are justified by works.