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We offer a bible study for women and one for men, each third Sunday of the month.  Currently, our women are completing a study my Pastor Max Lucado on  the Book of Philippians. As of the date of his writing, the men have not published  what their study will involve. They each meet of the third Sunday beginning at 9:00 AM. 


Beginning Sunday, September 16, our Sunday morning education program  starts back up for the year. Weekly, children 3 yo thru 3rd grade begin their morning at church in worship, worshiping side by side with their mom and dad. Then, after a Children's Time hosted by our pastor, they are escorted to their classroom by a teacher and aide for a lesson using the same bible reading we have in worship. They are dismissed back to their parents usually before church is out. GRADES 4 and 5 attend a separate class designed for them. 

A 13 week program of video, conversation and sharing support for those who grieve. Grief is hard and many faceted. Through the weeks together the group find a common bond that begins the healing process for so many. The topics and discussion are timely and often offer tips of support and encouragement. You are not alone! Currently, our group meets on Tuesday evenings, 7:00 pm. ALL ARE WELCOME! Call 586-778-0021 or visit for more information or to register. 


Led by Pastor Flatt, on Wednesdays this fall, the study will explore the life of the prophet of God who was called upon to anoint two Kings of Israel and then announce their disfavor with God.  Meeting at 1:00 or 6:30 PM on Wednesdays, the class will meet for 9 weeks. Join us!                                                                                                                                                           

At Bethel, we offer a three course of instruction in the Christian faith for 6th-8th graders. One year focuses on the Bible while the other two years focus on Martin Luther's explanations to the Ten Commandments, the Apostles' Creed, The Lord's Prayer, and the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion. Additionally the youth are part of a small group designed to help them make friends and be part of something greater than merely themselves.