Bethel Biblical provides many ways for you to “get connected” with other members to form meaningful, lasting relationships, and receive the personal encouragement, support, and prayers that every believer needs. Here’s how you can get connected:
Sunday and Wednesday Services
Scripture encourages believers not to forsake the assembling together but to exhort one another and so much the more, as you see the day approaching. You can “get connected” by attending services where we are committed to teaching current and relevant issues in the Word of God so our faith will grow and as Paul said “ . . . be transformed by the renewing of our mind that we may be able to prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.”
Prayer, the study of God’s Word, and fellowship are the key ingredients that make these services special and effective.
Fellowship is a very important part of every believer’s life. Good fellowship strengthens and encourages. There are many opportunities to “get connected” and enjoy a night or day out with your church family and friends. These activities include church potlucks, Christmas Banquet, Valentine fellowship, men meet weekly for Saturday prayer and breakfast, and women meet monthly for Bible study, summer picnic, and many other interesting and fun events.
Serving with others is one of the best ways to “get connected”. You will get to know people and build valuable relationships while working for the kingdom of God. There are many service ministries available at the Bethel Biblical; ushers, security, children’s ministries, and hospitality, are a few.
WHY WE SUPPORT ISRAEL
This small nation is named over 2,600 times in the Bible: AMAZING. For over 50 years I have carefully researched these references. It becomes clear that the one Most High God has chosen this nation to bless all mankind with a Saviour (Jesus Christ) and with His Word, which answers our deep questions about life and eternity to come. — Pastor Robert Hooley
Bethel Biblical Ministries
The Benevolence Ministry here at Bethel demonstrates God’s love through meeting the financial needs of people, while encouraging them to develop a plan of action for the future. It also provides financial assistance during emergency situations, including assistance to those in need of food, clothing, and shelter, while also providing meals during difficult illnesses, surgery, and after the arrival of new babies. Read more . . .
Champa House Ministry
Champa House is part of the Denver Rescue Mission. They provide transitional housing for single mothers. Upon completion or graduation of the program, Bethel women help celebrate by providing graduation gifts which assist in setting up their new apartment. We also have a Christmas party for them and give them a special gift. Read more . . .
Bethel Christian Education Department
The Bethel Christian Education Department consists of children up to the age of 8th grade. We are devoted to educating children of all ages to become strong, confident disciples of Jesus Christ. Read more . . .
The Helps Ministry at our church consists of ushers, greeters, and altar ministry to facilitate a spirit of reverence in God’s house and ensure an undisturbed flow of ministry to patrons, believer, and new Kingdom seekers. Read more . . .
Foundations Class Ministry
“Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls.” Mat 11:28-29
“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. ” 2 Tim 2:15
The twelve-lesson Bible Foundations Course is frequently available at Bethel, and a twelve-part Pre-Studies Course is always available here, online. The course description and a short introduction from developers George Latham, Pastor Bob Hooley and Chuck Mummert is available here.
Please check our calendar for the next available class offering, and email the instructor if you’re interested in participating in an online class or attending a class at Bethel. Please use this form to contact Mr. Mummert. See the Foundations Course page here to obtain the home pre-studies to prepare students for our classes. Video & audio files are available on the “Media Files” page listed above – Chuck Mummert
Here is a video preview of the Foundations Course:
The Worship Ministry exists to glorify God through praise, worship, instrumental music, songs, hymns, audio and visual production, and performing arts. We desire to create an environment of worship and praise where the Holy Spirit is present. COME MAKE A JOYFUL NOISE UNTO THE LORD! Read more . . .
Men’s Prayer & Breakfast Ministry
The Bethel Men’s Prayer & Breakfast Ministry is a weekly Saturday meeting for the men to pray for needs in the Bethel Prayer Ark as well as other needs shared. After prayer and exhortation from the Word, we gather for fellowship over breakfast as we encourage one another in our faith.
~ Come join us on any Saturday morning at 7AM. ~ ~ We are open to all disciples of HIS WORD. ~Read more . . .
The Bethel Prison Ministry is dedicated to sharing the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ with men that are incarcerated, as well as their families. Our team brings church service to them with worship and praise along with a specific word from GOD for the inmates. Read more . . .
The Bethel Prayer Ministry purposes to meet the needs of the nation, community, neighborhood, congregation, staff, ministries, friends and family through established prayer groups. Those groups consist of an Intercessory Prayer group, a Prayer Line, Men’s Saturday Prayer Meeting and a Prayer Ark.
~ Our vision for the Prayer Ministry is quite simply, answered prayer, through tenacity and fervency…
. . . and so, giving testimony to God’s grace, goodness, love and faithfulness to HIS people. ~
The Bethel Women’s Ministry strives to help women develop meaningful and lasting relationships while pursuing and applying the principals of the Word. Whether through Bible study, worship, or times of fun and laughter, it is our desire to enhance our walk with Jesus Christ and ignite our passion to serve him. For the year 2016 our mission is to walk in the Legacy of Christ, loving as he loved and spreading the gospel to all who come our way. Read more . . .
Red Rose Ministry
Our Red Rose Ministry is a ministry intended to touch the heart of a person hurting after a death, illness, hospital stay, or in difficult circumstances, by giving them a red rose, notes of encouragement, and agreement in prayer. Read more . . .
Youth Activities – From rafting to hiking to rope courses to laser tag; we’d love to have you join us for these activities, as well as some serious study of God’s Word. Read more . . .
As the quilting bees of 100-200 years ago in America were the time when women came together to socialize and bond, so the Bethel Threaders come together once a month – for five hours – to quilt, crochet, and knit. In like manner, we are also cultivating close friendships and bonding together in love with each other and with Israel as we make hats, scarves, afghans, slippers, children’s sweaters, pot holders, dishcloths, etc. for CFI. Our motto is: “Come when you can, leave when you must.” This is an active, vibrant group; these ladies all believe the words found in Colossians 2:2:
“That their hearts might be comforted, being knit together in love . . . ”
We began in October 2008, just two days after Ray & Sharon Sanders visited and presented CFI’s ministry to the church. It is open to all ladies, whether they know how to knit or crochet or not. We have a set of knitting looms to teach beginners on – they build confidence with the loom, and then learn other skills from there. We begin each meeting with “show and tell” about what we’ve been doing the last month, exchange patterns and ideas, help each other with new stitches/problems, and have a great time fellowshipping and eating. We are taking to heart the verses in Proverbs 31. Verse 13 says:
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“She seeketh wool and flax, and worketh willingly with her hands. V. 20 – She stretcheth out her hand to the poor; yea, she reacheth for her hands to the needy. V. 27 she eateth not the bread of idleness.”
Proverbs 31. Verse 13