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. Beginning October, we start a new study in the book of Colossians. A schedule appears below.
|October 20||-||Colossians 1:1-14|
|November 17||-||Colossians 1:15-23|
|December 15||-||Colssians 1:24 - 2:7|
|January 19||-||Colossians 2:8-23|
|February 16||-||Colossians 3:1-4:1|
|March 16||-||Colossians 4:2-18|
|April 20||-||No Small Groups - Easter|
|May 18||-||Prayer in Small Groups|
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 Adult Class is studying Romans chapters 9 through 11. This six week class will explore half a chapter each week to discover Paul's answers to thorny questions: Why does God save only some people? What is the future of the Jewish people? And, is God fair to do what he does?
The Senior Saint Class is featuring the video series "Suffering & The Sovereignty of God" by R.C. Sproul Jr. Each class includes a brief presentation by Dr. Sproul followed by a time of study and discussion. If you come you won't be disappointed.
The College & Career Class is working through the Old Testament book of I Kings. This class is designed to be interactive as we look to answer the pressing questions of the text. The main focus of each week is to explore how I Kings points us to the King of Kings.
A new study on the Gospel of Mark begins Tuesday, January 7, 2014. Looking at Jesus from a gospel is a chance to watch God in-the-flesh come to reclaim and restore his creation starting with people by changing them from the inside out. Come to hear and talk about the King and his cross.
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.