Enjoying the Bible: Hearing from God and Coloring Inside the Lines

Tuesdays, July 23-August 13, 7-8pm, Bethany Green Lake, Register

The Apostle Paul describes the Bible as "living and active." Come learn how using imagination, empathy, and attentiveness can breathe new life into your Bible reading.

Body Theology

August 3, 8am-5pm, Register
God created us with bodies for a reason, but the church hasn't always done a good job of articulating the role of our bodies in our lives as Christians. This class will enjoy the thoroughly embodied experience of a beautiful hike. At the top, we'll pause together to discuss some important things Scripture has to say about how God views our bodies before returning to our cars.


August 11, 12:30pm, Baptisms at Green Lake, Contact Pastor Megan
October 13 - Baptisms in-servce

The act of baptism is a powerful moment in our walk with the Lord. This step of proclaiming your faith and intention to follow Christ for life is a marker that will be of encouragement to you and to many others. If you haven't yet been baptized, it's never too late. Contact Pastor Megan to talk about what this could mean for you. 

Can't make the class but still want to explore baptism? Contact Pastor Megan.

Membership Class and Membership

Fall Class on September 15, 12:30-2pm, Classroom A , Register
Fall Applications due September 29

Membership at Bethany is a way to say that out of your growing relationship with Jesus Christ, Bethany Community Church is where you’re choosing to invest your time, gifts, and finances. Membership is a mutual relationship between you, Bethany leadership, and other members that brings with it the commitment to be in community with this community, attend service regularly, serve, and give has God directs. Additionally, it means being open to support and investment from this community. If you’re in a place to take a step towards membership, join us for class to find out more information, get all your questions answered, and talk with a pastor. For more information, contact Pastor Megan.

Financial Peace University

This class will return in tbe fall beginning September 22
Financial stewardship and responsibility frees us up to focus on Christ and the things that matter most. FPU addresses ways to beat personal debt, set and commit to a budget, and maintain financial peace throughout your life.


Spiritual Journey

Tuesdays, 7:00pm, August 27—December 10, Register

If you want to change your life, consider the Spiritual Journey program to bring wholeness and emotional healing to your life. Spiritual Journey offers a way to grow beyond the harmful effects of a troubled home environment: neglect, divorce, abandonment, violence, abuse, suicide, over-controlling religiosity, addictions, or death of a family member. The process of recovery is a journey that takes us from a life of confusion or grief to a place of peace and freedom—one day at a time. Payment for this class is accepted on the first day of class. Please bring your payment in the form of cash or check.

Alpha Course

Wednesdays, May 1-June 26, 6:30-8:30pm, Classroom A, Register

Alpha Course walks you through the fundamentals of the Christian faith with video teaching and a discussion that allows space to ask questions, disagree, and explore with others what it's all about. It’s a low-key place to share a meal with and meet others at Bethany who are asking some of the same questions.

Questions? Contact Us

Discovering Your Calling

Mondays, April 8-29, 7-8:30pm, $10
This class is currently full
What is calling? How does God see it? How do we know what ours is? This four-week class will take a biblical look at calling and help discover ours in the midst of God's vision for all of creation. This class is designed to give a biblical overview of faith and work, with the hope that you grow in developing a clearer sense of God's calling for you. Over the course of these four weeks, we hope to demystify the idea of calling and deepen your understanding and experience of everyday work. For more information or to sign up, email Pastor Megan.

Myths of Vocation

March 31, 12:30-1:30pm, CLC Room 304
What should we expect out of our work? Whether you’re unhappy at your job or love it so much that your friends tease you about being a workaholic come discuss what role our vocation should have in our lives and whether yours is where you want it to be. No sign-up required; just show up. Questions? Contact Pastor Megan.