What purpose?

Bethel Presbyterian Church exists to bring people closer to God and one another through the finished work of Jesus Christ. We meet each Sunday to worship together and to learn about the triune God through the Scriptures. We seek to introduce others to Jesus Christ and the hope God offers through Him. We also exist to assist Christians in their spiritual growth by providing clear teaching, prayer, counseling, and other resources.  We also exist to assist Christians in their spiritual growth by providing clear teaching, prayer, counseling, and other resources.  

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What to expect

When you come to Bethel you can expect to be greeted warmly and genuinely. We have no interest in “growing our organization.” Our interest is to see people grow in Christ. On Sundays at 9:45 a.m., we have a program of Christian education for ages Pre-K to adult. Nursery is provided for infants and toddlers so parents may attend classes too. Worship begins at 11 a.m. Before that time, the sanctuary is abuzz with the sounds of warm fellowship and an eager anticipation for worship.    

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Our pastor

Pastor Hammond graduated from Westminster in 1992 with the degree Master of Divinity and was called to pastor Bethel Church the following year. In May 2014, Pastor Hammond graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with the degree Doctor of Ministry. His area of study was the doctrine of the image of God in light of those with severe cognitive disabilities.

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Worship

Many churches today do not believe that the Bible offers any guidance for worship. Many approaches to worship can be found, from entertainment, to comedy, to a spiritual seminar. We respectfully disagree with all these approaches. We believe that the Bible has a great deal more to say about the elements, orders, structure, and content of our worship than most modern evangelicals realize.

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