Open to all men! Come join us for Bible Study. Bring a Bible as we read and discuss Scripture together. This study also equips men to observe and apply Scripture in their personal study. Meets in the Conference Room
Come connect and grow in God’s Word at one of our exciting new ABFs!
Join us on Sundays for Morning Worship at 11:00am and Adult Bible Fellowship (Sunday School) at 9:45am. Click here for more details.
Join us for our next Baptism service! Following the morning worship gathering. If you are interested in being baptized sign up today and we will contact you to discuss your next step.
Sign up to join one of our Volleyball teams.
This women’s bible study meets Wednesdays at 9:30am (during the fall-spring months) for a time of fellowship and study. Open to all women! Light breakfast is typically provided. Childcare may be available upon request.
Join us on Wednesday nights!
Are you tired of fighting fear and anxiety with little success? Join us as we examine what lies beneath our anxiety and look to God for comfort and hope in the midst of fear and anxiety. Class begins Wednesday, January 15th at 7pm.
All ages are welcome to join us in the gym for some friendly basketball.
Help support the India 2020 Mission team while enjoying a night of fun, fellowship, and painting! No talent or experience necessary. Easy step-by-step instructions with tips, tricks, and techniques explained by an instructor. Ages 5+ are welcome. Cost: $25 includes all materials and light refreshments.
These small groups meet in homes on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month for bible study, prayer, and fellowship.
Meets on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday each month.
Date Night for committed couples of all ages!
All members are encouraged to attend our Annual Business Meeting. You do not have to be a member in order to attend.
For anyone ages 50 years and up.
Bethany Bible Church is hosting Legacy Five in concert!
Join us for this live simulcast with David Platt! God, Government, and the Gospel “Let every person be subject to the governing authorities” (Romans 13:1). But what if you don’t agree with who those authorities are and how they are governing? How does this apply to different types of governments in different parts of the world? How does this command apply to the persecuted? In summary, how should Christians relate to government? Should we gladly submit to government, work to…