Thursday Bible Studies
We are currently on break for the summer but look forward to reconnecting in the fall
Monday Night Men of Bethany
Mondays, 7–9pm, Currently meeting online, contact Men of Bethany for link to online group
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, Men of Bethany will be meeting online for the foreseeable future. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the link to the online conferencing platform. Come meet with other men that are looking to grow in their relationship with Christ, and build community with other men looking for the same. Whether it is a Bible Study, book study, or activity group Monday Men of Bethany looks to meet the needs of men within the Bethany community.
If you are interested, come out and join us or send us an email for more information on current groups.
Men of the Word
Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30am, Downtown Seattle - 5th & University
Have you wanted to consistently read the Bible, spending time with God, in His word? Now you can do it with the help of other guys with the same desire! We will help keep each other accountable for reading through the Bible individually, and we’ll fellowship together on what we are reading. This quarter, we are reading one chapter per day, selected from both the Old and New Testament books. Let's be “Men of the Word” together!
If interested, email Scott Tinker for more details.
Mentoring is a beautiful opportunity to step into our call to be the church as Christ's body (Ephesians 4:11-16). As a church, God has designed our lives to be woven together. Having a mentor to walk alongside us in our faith journey can have an eternal impact whether the relationship carries for a few weeks, months, or continues through a lifelong friendship!
Finding A Mentor
Whether you are a man in the workforce, a stay at home dad, or both, it’s likely that you find yourself wanting the comfort and encouragement of someone who has “gone before”.
Most thriving mentor relationships happen naturally and are mentee-driven. This is why Bethany’s approach to starting a mentoring relationship is “Name it, Frame it, Find it, and Follow Through”. Follow this link to be guided through finding a mentor. If you find yourself stuck in the process or have any questions, email Isabella Branstrom at email@example.com
Being A Mentor
If you are interested in walking alongside others, sign up to be a mentor! Your story, no matter how small you think it is, is a gift to others. God uses the body of Christ as a walking, talking, testimony to His goodness.
Filling out this google form will not automatically commit you to a mentoring relationship. You will always be contacted by a staff member before a potential mentee is connected with you.