Spring Break FCA Youth Retreat

SORRY TO SAY THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

We are following official recommendations for group gatherings, and have had to change our plans for the Fellowship of Christian Assemblies (FCA) Spring Youth retreat at Bethel Christian Fellowship. Please check back by Saturday, April 4th, for details on whether we will be able to meet for a fun and fellowship day as hoped on

Saturday, April 11


Let's CATCH THE FIRE...LIVE WITH PURPOSE...FULFILL HIS MISSION!  Click on the picture to go to the RSVP form. 


 

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Radiate Student Ministries

Radiate = Verb

Meaning:

1. To emit energy (esp. light or heat) in the form of rays or waves. 

2. To naturally be giving off and spreading around the Love of Jesus Christ by loving God and Loving Others! 


We exist to RADIATE Life and Joy by being a place for students to Belong to God's Family, Believe in God Wholly, and Become who God has called them to be through times of connecting, fun, dialogue, learning, worship, and serving. That's why our Student Ministry is called "Radiate" and it is open for students in grades 7-12.


Junior and Senior High meet Wednesdays at 7 PM at Bethel St. Paul for a time to connect with God and connect with others. These are times when students will be able to get into the Word of God and explore what it says as they learn how to allow God's life and joy to affect every area of their lives! For more information contact Annette Bittner or check out our Facebook Page!

Monthly Parents' Prayer

1st Saturday of each month, 10-11

Parents of our youth gather monthly to intercede for our students.  We are already seeing fruit as a result of this prayer.  In Pastor Ben's words, "Our kids need us fighting for them."  Please join us even if you don't have kids in the program.

Pie Night, 2018!

The weekend before Thanksgiving is always a fun event for the Radiate Student Ministries. 

The youth spent an overnight at the church, baking pies for the rest of us to share at our family gatherings.

This year 60 kids baked 100 pies. They had a blast, and the pies were in high demand.

If you missed out this year, be sure to tune in NEXT November to take part in the proceeds from the 2019 Pie Night.