What Does a Sunday Morning Look Like at Bethel Assembly of God?

We view the Sunday morning gatherings as the highlight of the week, for it is there that the church gathers to corporately worship and fellowship with one another.  These Sunday morning services are characterized by the worship of God through prayer, song, and the preaching of God’s Word.  In addition, once a month we set aside a special time in our services to remember what Christ has done for us by celebrating the Lord’s Supper. After service, you will also find many more opportunities to continue in fellowship.  Whether it be hanging around and visiting after the sermon, sharing a meal together at a local restaurant, or enjoying our ever so often “potluck” lunch at the church, you will always find us enjoying each other’s fellowship.  

What to Wear?

At Bethel Assembly, we believe that it’s the heart that matters, not what you wear.  Therefore, when you come you will find those who like to dress up and those who like to dress casual. There is no need to fear being judged by what you wear.  Feel free to come in what’s comfortable for you, and you’ll fit right in.  

Do You Have a Nursery?

Yes we do!  In order to give the parents an opportunity to fully engage in the worship service, we provide nursery for preschoolers (birth to 3 years of age) in conjunction with the main service. This special time gives kids more opportunity for interaction and learning in a context and manner that may be better suited to their age. Our friendly nursery volunteers have an endless stream of creativity–ranging from puppet shows, games, crafts,  and Bible stories.  

What Style of Music Do You Sing?

Our music is focused on truths of the Gospel rather than any particular style. We sing songs from a wide range of styles . . . from classic hymns to contemporary worship songs. To sum it up, the songs we sing are selected for the purpose of drawing the attention away from ourselves and to the One who created us.