At the core of every individual’s life is a need for relationships—with God and with God’s people. Bethel’s Single Adult, Married Adult, and Senior Adult Ministries help you strengthen your relationship with God and others. Bible studies, fellowship opportunities and one-on-one accountability help you to not only know about God and spend time with other people, but, experientially teach you about life.

Student (ages 12-18)
Like no other time in history, youth are looking for real answers to life's questions. They want to know truth, not just the trends and traditions. Bethel Student Ministries and Word of Life Local Church Ministries are all about communicating truth... Biblical Truth. We have a balanced ministry to youth, parents and adult mentors. Our goal is to evangelize, disciple and train students to experience a vibrant healthy god-honoring life and service for the Lord.

Similar to Bethel Student Ministry- our children’s program utilizes a variety of Bible programs and Christian adult mentors to evangelize, disciple and train our little friends. We believe they are an important part of the church and God’s heart. Therefore, we commit our full attention to their safety and education of Biblical Truth.

Bethel supports local, national, and international missions year-round. Bethel’s pastor and Mission Board teach the congregation about missions, gives direction for financial support of mission work and encourages hands-on mission involvement. Some of our support includes: Ashland Care Center, Transformation Network, Pumphouse Ministries, Child Evangelism Fellowship, Word of Life Fellowship, different mission agencies, individuals and many more.

Mission to Amish People (M.A.P.)
Mission to Amish People (M.A.P) is a non-profit organization that wishes to present every single Amish person an opportunity to hear the message of salvation through personal witness, home Bible studies, prayer meetings, the SonLight Club, the Amish Voice and cd/tape ministry. In addition, M.A.P. assists young adults and teenagers attempting major transitions as they leave the Amish culture and enter an English lifestyle by providing basic life skills. Finally, M.A.P. ministry desires to spread all over North America through missions. CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEO

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