Ministries

CHILDREN:

Sunday School   8:30 am Sunday Mornings 

   Children are invited to participate in our rotation model Sunday School. Children will focus on a theme for 4-weeks. In those 4-weeks they will experience the theme in a variety of ways such as in Bible games, art, drama, and music. It is a fun way to learn. Parents bring your children to the blue room in the Christian Education Wing. Coffee will be on for you. 

 

Pioneer Club  3:45 pm Wednesdays 

    Pioneer Club is a midweek kids' ministry program. Children will learn how to apply biblical principles to everyday situations and memorize Scriptures in a safe and fun environment. Bus passes for bus #18 are available from the church office.  

    All students and parents are invited to stay for a 30-minute worship service at 5 pm, followed by a supper at 5:30 pm. 

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH

JAM - Jesus and Me 

    JAM is a place for young people in grades 5-8 to explore their relationship with Jesus together. Every Wednesday is based around a scriptural theme that relates faith to real life and gives kids an opportunity to ask questions, play games, and find out what it means to become disciples. Jam includes an after-school snack, time for lessons, discussion, and school homework, worship and a meal time that are open to all ages, families, and affiliations. Worship starts at 5 pm with dinner to follow at 5:30 pm. Bus passes for bus #15 are available from the church office. 

Confirmation

is open to all youth in grades 6-8. For more information, contact Bethlehem through our contact email on this website. 

 

ADULTS

Women's Morning Bible Study

February through November this Bible study meets on the 3rd Tuesday at  9:30 am at Lake Ridge, 1085 Dale Street, Hutchinson. No meeting in the month of July; in August, the group does a mystery breakfast; carpooling to a special place not knowing where until they arrive. In December is their Christmas Party at Lake Ridge beginning at 10:30 am.

Discipleship Study

Sunday mornings at 10:45 am. Various topics are discussed throughout the Fall, Winter, and Spring.