Adult Ministries

Exploring Beginning Growing MultiplyingThrough a variety of contexts you can connect with other people in order to take the next step in your relationship with God. You’ll find this page to be like a road map to ministries for adults at Bethel.

We’ve created several paths for people to connect through small groups (Growth Groups), mid-sized groups like Men’s Fraternity, Adult Bible Fellowships (ABF), Mom’s Group, and a variety of classes or community groups. In all of these our desire is that you find a place to connect through Bethel Church where you can grow in your faith and become a multiplying follower of Jesus.

Browse through our different ministries on the right and in the menu below. If you have any questions or can’t find what you are looking for, contact Sueann Chase.

One of our goals at Bethel Church is to help people to grow in their faith through community. We understand that people are committed to many things and approach learning and community in different ways so we have several ways for you to engage at whatever level you are comfortable and willing to commit to. Please check out the various ways you can join with men AND women to grow, learn, and share with others through the Bethel Church family.

Adult Bible Fellowships (ABF)

Adult Bible Fellowships are mid-size (10-30) classes that meet throughout the week. Some are on Sunday mornings and some are on Wednesday nights. Every now and then we’ll throw one in at a different time too. These Adult Bible Fellowships (ABFs) provide a context to make friends, learn together, and serve. This is a great way to get started in a group environment at Bethel and start to make connections.

Click Here to see a complete list of the classes we are currently offering and how to get started in one.

Growth Groups

Growth Groups are small groups of people from Bethel Church who meet regularly to share, study, serve, and support one another. These groups often meet in someone’s home, but occasionally at Bethel as well. Most groups meet during the school year (September-May) and study a wide variety of topics.

Click Here to learn more about growth groups.

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Click Here to find out which groups have openings right now! *This list is ever changing and we do our best to keep it as up to date as possible.

Community Groups

Some groups are just for fun! We are happy to have a few groups for men and women who have a common interest and they like to get together for networking and/or fellowship.

Here’s a list of those that are for both men AND women
*We do have some that are men/women specific in the tabs below as well.

The purpose of men’s ministry is to train, equip and develop men to become the husbands, fathers, sons, friends, co-workers and neighbors that God desires them to be. We do this through a variety of options available the week.

Bible Studies

Twice a week (Wednesdays and Fridays) we offer men an opportunity to come together around tables to dig into God’s Word. You can check out our current class list and find out how to get involved by clicking here.

Weekly Bible Studies, special events, community groups and much more! Here are some of the ways the ladies of our church and our community can connect.

Bible Studies

So many to choose from….whether Tuesday mornings, Thursday nights or Sunday afternoons work for you, we’ve got something for everyone! Check out the complete list by clicking here. 

MOMs

Calling all mothers! Whether you have a newborn or a high school kid, this group is for you. This weekly gathering is to help all moms connect with other moms as well as help us dig into our faith and grow your parenting skills. Click here to learn more.

Community Groups

Among so many things, ladies like to craft and stay fit, right? Well it’s even more fun to do it with friends. Click here to learn how we can help you do that with a family of believers at Bethel.

Bethel Church is pleased to offer a variety of support groups for those experiencing divorce, loss, and family with mental health challenges. Classes are often offered during the school year. Details can be found by clicking here.