Through providing a hot, nutritious meal for our neighbors on the second and last Monday evening of every month, we seek to create a space where connection can happen between the church and the surrounding neighborhood. Contact Jillian Leavitt
June 3: Spiritual Gifts and Other Confusing Terms with Pastor Nancy Eckardt. Whether you know your Spiritual Gifts, or have no idea what this means, we all recognize some activities, tasks, and contexts that we are drawn to, and others that repel us. Many of these preferences are a reflection of our uniqueness, and while they don't always excuse us from stepping into uncomfortable situations, they do provide insight into who we are and how we need one another to complete the body of Christ. For future lecture topics, visit Women's Ministries. Contact Karen Engle.
Find your inner beach comber and enjoy views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca on this 11 mile round-trip, mostly flat hike with Bethany Wilderness Ministry. Easy to moderate difficulty.Contact Nathan Korpela
Get that bike out of the garage and bring it down to the church for a Bicycle Skills Session. Whether you're needing to dust off your ride and pump up the tires or prepare for a Bethany Wilderness Ministry mountain biking trip, we're happy to lend a hand with getting your bike ready to ride.Contact Lauren Squires
If you have been looking for a Small Group or have considered leading one, please join us for three weekly training sessions in anticipation of beginning new groups by September.RSVP to Karen Engle
Join Bethany Wilderness Ministry for some evening mountain biking at Duthie Hill bike park in Issaquah. We will meet at 5:30pm and carpool out to Issaquah together. We plan on riding for an hour and a half, and are aiming to be back by 9pm. All mountain biking skill levels welcome. Duthie Hill has a wide variety of trails for you to start the season on. We are excited to have fun and ride together! Mountain bike and helmet required.Contact David Warsing
Join Bethany Wilderness Ministry for a day of river rafting on the Wenatchee River outside of Cashmere. Class II-III rapids. $65 includes transportation, rafting and dinner BBQ. Guided by Peak 7 – a faith based non-profit that introduces inner city youth to the outdoors.Contact Nathan Korpela
This year’s musical reenacts Jesus as the storyteller He was, capturing the crowds with tales that teach, amuse, puzzle and even irritate. And two thousand years later, these teachings continue to enlighten and remind us that the love of God is always more than we expect. There will be a Cookie Reception in the CE Auditorium immediately following the performance.Contact Patricia Collins
Look for the red and white checkered tablecloth to find other Bethany moms!Contact Katie Runions.
If you are age 55 or over, join us for dinner and fellowship! Main dish is provided; please bring a side dish to share. If transportation is an issue, please let us know.Contact: Kyara Christian
At Kids' Summer Adventure (KSA), kids develop a rock-solid faith as they discover how to stand strong for God in every part of their lives. Kids participate in Bible-learning activities, sing songs, collect Bible Memory Buddies, and test out sciency-fun gizmos they'll play with all summer long. Contact Melissa Kennedy. Additional KSA sessions: Bethany North (July 15-18), Bethany West Seattle (July 19-21).
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