“Standing At The Cross” Lenten Series
This Lutheran Lenten lead-in to the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation will focus on portions of messages preached by Martin Luther in the parish where he served in Wittenberg. As we stand with Luther at the foot of the cross each week, we will consider and contemplate ways to stand firm in the faith as followers of Christ this season. Midweek Lenten Services are at 7pm on Wednesdays, with Supper beginning at 5:30pm.
3/1 – Ash Wednesday – Standing In The Word
3/8 – Standing Unafraid
3/15 – Standing In Suffering
3/22 – Standing In Persecution
3/29 – Standing In Truth
4/5 – Standing In Prayer
4/9 – Palm Sunday
4/13 – Holy Thursday
4/14 – Good Friday
4/16 – Easter Sunday
Join us at Bethany this weekend for Life Sunday – January 22nd at 9am.
“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” – John 10
Join us at Bethany during the Epiphany Season for the series “Big Little Lies” – as we learn the truth about the lies the world wants us to believe.
1/8 – You Only Live Once
1/15 – I’m Kind of a Big Deal
1/22 – It’s My Life (so I can do what I want)
1/29 – This Won’t Hurt a Bit
2/5 – Follow Your Heart
2/12 – All You Need Is Love
2/19 – We Are Living In A Material World
2/26 – All Roads Lead To Heaven
Come celebrate Christmas with us at Bethany this weekend – Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at 7:30pm and Christmas Day Service at 9am. “Oh Come Let Us Adore Him, Christ the Lord”.
Join us at Bethany this Advent and Christmas Season for the series “Welcome to the Family”. We are welcomed into God’s family this season as the story of Jesus becomes our own.
11/30 – Advent Service – 7pm
12/7 – Advent Service – 7pm
12/14 – Tour of Churches – 6-9pm
12/18 – Children’s Christmas – 6pm
12/24 – Christmas Eve Service – 7:30pm
12/25 – Christmas Day Service – 9am
1/1 – New Year’s Day Service – 9am
Join us at Bethany for our Thanksgiving Eve Service – Wednesday November 23rd at 7pm. “O Give Thanks to the Lord for He is Good!”
Join us this Sunday, Nov. 6, as we celebrate All Saints Day in the church.