March 16/20: Kids Connecting time is suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Our Sunday mornings include Kids Connecting for children age 3 to grade 6.  This fun and faith-building time starts with the children's story (about 10:30 am) and goes until 11:30.  This group is led by a team of enthusiastic and nurturing young adults who share their faith in Jesus with the next generation.  The time spent together includes Bible stories, singing songs, playing games, activities, and crafts.

Kids Connecting runs from September to May but takes a break for long weekends and church potluck meals.  Please check on the Sundays of our Events page to see the schedule.



Sept. 6/20: Adult Education hybrid Zoom and in person sessions have resumed.

Adult Education offers an opportunity for adults to learn and reflect together on faith and contemporary themes. Topics covered in the recent past include the worldwide church, human sexuality, end of life issues, methods of Bible study, Bible book studies, peacemaking, and creation care. Adult Education runs from September to May.

This group meets in the Dining Hall following worship, from 11:15 am until 12:15pm.



March 16/20: Kids Clubs programs are suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Bethel Kidz Club is a program for children in grades 1-6. It runs on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 pm, from September to April. We have a lot of fun together through a variety of activities including games, crafts, and occasional outings.

330 is our after school drop-in for students in grades 6 to 9. It runs on Wednesday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:00 pm, from October to June. At 330, students enjoy a healthy snack, get help with homework, play games, and more.



Sept. 17/20: Pilgrim Group meetings via Zoom have been established.

The Pilgrim Group is a ministry providing support for LGBTQ people, their families, friends, and allies. Individuals (from many churches/denominations) attend meetings of the Group for a number of reasons:

· To be better informed about non-heterosexual and non-cisgender reality;

· Their sexual identity or sexual orientation (or that of a close relative or friend) has impacted or been impacted by their religious faith;

· Some question religious teachings generally and sexuality in particular.

Meetings of the Pilgrim Group usually occur monthly. They provide a safe space for participants to tell their stories and to listen to the experiences of others. Anyone who is open to loving dialogue is welcome. For specific information, contact the church office.