Becoming fully alive in Jesus means becoming more like him in every way. God himself begins and continues this transformation in his people by building our faith and knowledge of Him as we travel through life.

At Bethlehem we’re creating environments for God’s guidance and work to take place—a pathway of Christ-centered trails of faith, education, activity and relationships. This Pathway can be entered into at any time at any age, so pick a trail now and journey into a fuller life in Christ!

Our Trails

Sundays, 9:00 am & 10:30 am, in the school building, for 3 year olds through 4th grade.

Kids can get on the Pathway early on. Our Sunday morning children’s ministry helps kids discover important truths from the Bible, first they gather in a large group for the teaching of an important Biblical truth, then they break out into smaller activity groups that are energetic, interactive and age appropriate to dig a little deeper. (Our computer check-in system helps keep it safe, too.)

Also on Sundays For infants and toddlers (and tired parents), we have a cry room and a fully staffed nursery available during all Sunday morning worship services.

During the Week Our Early Learning Center and award winning grade school provide high quality education in a faith-based atmosphere. The Early Learning Center is for 2-5 years olds and Bethlehem Lutheran School is Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Level 56 is a ministry focused on helping kids transition to a whole new level of faith and life as they move through 5th & 6th grade. Recognizing that this is a critical time in their lives, Bethlehem is dedicated to giving these students a fun space where they can bond with friends and a safe place where they can freely ask questions about God. With dedicated leaders and a Christian community surrounding them, it is our goal to give your 5th or 6th grade student a strong foundation to grow together in faith and in life.

Lighthouse is for students in grades 7 & 8.  Intensive learning for this age group is experienced in what we call Confirmation classes. These faith-building Confirmation classes are held during the school day for those attending Bethlehem, and on Wednesdays from 4-5 pm for those coming from other schools. Classes meet during the school year.

Lighthouse is also structured around big monthly events in an environment that makes it easy for students to invite their friends. Utilizing the mentorship of high school students, young adults, and other volunteers, the goal is to help middle school students have a faith that is lived and not simply believed.

Anchored is for students in grades 9-12.  This age is ready for the really tough topics and issues and how God’s Word in the Bible speaks to these.  High school is a time of transition to the adult life as a believer. It is also an important time to connect with other believers of the same age as well as young adult mentors in the faith.

Anchored meets every Sunday from 6-8 pm in an environment that makes it easy to invite friends. Teaching is combined with time to talk things through with other students and mentors.  Fun activities and food are planned for each Sunday and the youth-led band helps close out the night with a time of praise and worship.

LifeGroups at Bethlehem are where day-to-day life merges with the path of following Jesus. Join others in discovering Christ’s direction and purpose for you in all aspects of your daily living.

For more information, click the “LEARN MORE” button and see a list of all new and ongoing Lifegroups available to you at Bethlehem.

Not sure where to enter the Pathway? Starting Point is for anyone interested in learning more about Jesus and what we believe and teach at Bethlehem. Built with new members in mind, this 8 week session also serves as a great refresher course in basic Christianity.

Sundays, 9 am and 10:30 am.
New classes start on the first Sunday of January, April, July, and October, and meet in the Conference Room. The class runs 8 weeks.

Go further in your exploration by attending a variety of these 8 to 12 week studies and topics. Subjects cover a wide range of Christian living including leadership, marriage, becoming a more godly man or woman, and even personal finance programs. Sunday mornings primarily, but may be offered other days as well.

Don’t walk the path alone. Join friends, new and old, to travel alongside. Each Discipleship Group is made up of eight to twelve people who share the ups and downs of faith and life through five distinct components: Bible study, prayer, sharing faith stories, experiencing relationships with encouragement and accountability, and service. Meeting times and topics are determined by each individual group.

These planned events take place throughout the year to help connect individuals to a LifeGroup. Connection Events might be open to everyone, or to specific groups like singles, couples, parents, young adults or seniors. Check online for upcoming events that might interest you.


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