Our desire is to help you find wholeness and freedom, and we believe that is only possible through living a life rooted in knowing Jesus.
According to Jesus, caring for the soil of your heart is one of the most important activities of your life (Matthew 13:23) and we invite you to dive into God's Word and discover ways to grow into a deeper, richer, and more sustainable faith through developing a Rule of Life involving these Spiritual Disciplines.
Inhaling Habits help fill us up, and center us on Jesus. Exhaling Habits are the expressions of our faith that are lived out in and through us.
Tuesdays, August 29-December 12, 7-8:30pm, $18, Scholarships available, 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 ways for you to grow emotionally and spiritually. 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 covers materials for the class, scholarships are available.
Returning April 12, 2023, RegisterLooking to deepen your walk with God but not sure how to move forward? The Bible is the voice of God constantly shaped by the Holy Spirit to speak to culture and particular lives today. Throughout our time together, we’ll both consider a spiritual concept (e.g., how do we discern God’s leading?), while also spending time looking at some particular events recounted in the Bible. Utilizing sanctified imagination and curiosity, we hope you’ll find this class engaging and encouraging. Questions? Reach out to Greg Collins.
Thursdays, 10am or 7pm, Winter Session begins January 12, $40, Register
Meeting for over a decade, our Thursday Bible Study has a history of focusing on Scripture while building relationship together, making our big church feel a bit smaller and creating spaces for folks to share life together. While still keeping an eye toward health and safety, we will briefly gather as large group to hear a devotional, then break into our consistent small groups where we’ll discuss the Bible study from the week, share life together, and pray. In this season of regathering, you’re invited to connect with others while we grow in faith, hope, & love together. If you have additional questions or are in need of a scholarship, please reach out to Pastor Megan prior to registering.
Bethany Story Groups offer a safe and nurturing space to explore your story and reflect on what has shaped you to become who you are.
Many of us struggle to really experience ourselves as loved and accepted, even if our faith tells us that we are. Emotional wounds sustained during childhood continue to impact us: They shape how we relate to God, ourselves, and others. They keep us bound to coping skills and defensive mechanisms that restrict our ability to freely love and be loved, to take risks and to step into what we are called to and desire in life.
Bethany Story groups provide the opportunity to engage these stories of hardship in the midst of a small, caring community and experience acceptance, compassion and affirmation. As part of the process, each participant commits to writing one or two childhood narratives to read with the group, inviting feedback and reflection from others. In addition, participants engage with a chapter of our Bethany Story Workbook per week. Click here for an excerpt from our Story Workbook (chapter 1 of 10).
Groups will meet weekly for approximately ten weeks, and the program fee for this group is $150. (Partial scholarships are available upon request.)
If you are interested in joining us on this journey of (re-)discovering God’s redeeming presence, growing in self-awareness and experiencing more freedom in your life, feel free to fill out an application here.
For questions, please reach out to Petra Malekzadeh.