SUNDAYChildren’s & Teens’ Classes 9:30 AM
Adult Classes 9:30 AM
Morning Worship Service 10:45 AM
Afternoon Service 5:30 PM
Bethesda Youth Group 7:00 PM
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. Small groups are on summer break. They will resume September 2014.
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
The Auditorium Class is taking a look at culture for June and July. "A Slice of Life" handles a different part of American culture each week from three perspectives: 1) the world's, 2) the church's, and, 3) the Bible's. Conformity to any standard besides Scripture will shrink the Christian's view of God and life. During this class, we hope to be transformed by God's ways.
The Senior Saint Class is studying 1 John. Each session is designed to understand and apply John's message through instruction and discussion.
The Young Adult Class is in I & II Thessalonians…It is interesting that in these two short letters Paul reaches out to these young believers for their encouragement, and in so doing, speaks of Jesus Christ’s return in every single chapter. So, our summer-long study will primarily focus on understanding the encouragement Christ’s return is to every day Christian living. So if you’re a young adult and interested in the implications of Christ’s return or other practical issues Paul addresses along the way, please don’t hesitate to join Pastor Harrison’s class at 9:30 on Sunday mornings.
A new study will begin the fall of 2014. Stay tuned for more details.
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.