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What should I expect?
Come as you are. We are here to experience God's love and grace together.
What do I wear?
Be yourself! Be comfortable! Jeans are fine, as are shorts. Neckties and heels are rare.
Where do I park?
You may park anywhere you like. The west entrance is the closest. Look for the Worship Entrance sign.
Where do I enter?
The door labeled #3 is the Sanctuary entrance and is located on the west end of the building.
Will I be asked to join some group or club?
No. Just come in and experience the presence of God. There will be plenty of opportunities for you to join activities when YOU are ready?
What if I have questions when I arrive?
Greeters will meet you at the Welcome Center and can help you find restrooms, coffee & kids rooms. If you have any questions, we are here for you! Pastor Don is always available to answer your questions!
What if I have small children?
Bethel LOVES kids! In fact, we offer Daycare & Preschool on weekdays. We want your child’s first Sunday to be filled with fun and learning. Children and adults sit together in the Sanctuary to enjoy singing. Kids will be dismissed to the teachers for Kids Kingdom just after the singing about 15-20 minutes into the service.
Will I have to give money?
Somewhere in each service we have a time where our members have an opportunity to give an offering. While you are welcome to participate, we want you to know that we do not expect your participation. We are not inviting you to Bethel for your money. Please do not feel any obligation to participate in the offering as a guest.
What are the services like?
There is something for everyone. We’ll have some singing at the start, a video to help us to focus on God, followed by a great message from the pastor and then some more singing. Some services have communion but don’t worry about participating. Dismissal around 11:00am.
What Communion means to us?
Bethel Church offers "open Communion" on the first Sunday of every month. Symbols of Jesus used are Bread & Juice. Everyone (regardless of church membership, past, baptism, etc.) is invited to the altar. We eat and drink the Bread & Juice as we celebrate that our mistakes are forgiven by Jesus and that God continues to work in us so that we can move closer and closer to the image that He created us in. Communion participation is entirely optional. It's okay to decide NO.