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Global Partners at Bethany

Bethany is committed to making a difference through relationships and partnerships with other organizations that are working for change around the world. Through this process, we not only make a difference, we are also changed ourselves. For more information, contact

Roblealto Child Care Association: Costa Rica

Roblealto is working to break the cycle of poverty in Costa Rica by caring for children and journeying with their parents to make substantial changes for their families’ futures. Bethany is partnering with Roblealto in the community of Los Guido, one of the most impoverished communities in San Jose, to bring a new community center to provide safe, quality education and care for children and support for families. As a church, we have committed to regular strategic visits to learn from and support our partners, as well as budgeted a minimum of $40,000 per year for three years. For more info, check out this short video about our partnership

World Relief: Rwanda

World Relief Seattle empowers the local Church to come alongside refugees and immigrants throughout the Puget Sound region. It provides resettlement, employment, language, and legal services to help our newest neighbors work towards self-sufficiency. Find volunteer opportunities at

In accordance with its mission for refugees and immigrants to be welcomed by community, rooted in community, and empowered for community, BCC has partnered with WRS to form Good Neighbor Teams. These teams of lay volunteers from different BCC locations are equipped and invited to walk alongside a refugee or Asylee family through the initial six month resettlement process. Our aim is to nurture relationships with families and individuals that are lasting, promote human flourishing, and are mutually transformative. Email Nathan Nelson for info on the next GNT.

Agros International: Nicaragua

Bethany Community Church and Agros International are partnering in the community of San Jose, Nicaragua to see families flourish through agricultural development and empowered by land ownership.