There are three main times when we gather as a church family during the week. We meet for worship on Sunday mornings and evenings, believing that it is good to begin and end God’s special day with him and with his people (Ps 92.1-3). We also meet for prayer and Bible study on Wednesday evenings, because the Bible encourages God’s people to do so and that has been the practice of the church through the ages.
10.00 am Children’s Sunday School (Age 4-15)
Adult Bible Class
11.00 am Morning Worship
6.00 pm Evening Worship
The first Sunday morning and third Sunday evening every month is a communion service
7.30 pm Midweek Meeting for Prayer and Bible Study
On the last Wednesday of each month we meet in Home Groups for Bible Study, Fellowship and Prayer. Please contact us if you want more details about where and when these groups meet.
What to Expect
If you're not used to being in church, or have never been to a service at Bethel before, you might be wondering what it's like.
There is no particular dress code: we believe that being there is more important than what people happen to wear. There is a service sheet that sets out the different parts of the service as well as following a liturgy (an order of worship). This follows the longstanding patterns of worship the church has used through its history. During the service there is an opportunity to worship God through giving towards his work in the church. The hymns, songs and psalms we sing are a mixture of old and new and the accompaniment is provided by a piano. After the service refreshments are served and there is an opportunity for informal interaction with other people who have been there.