YOUNG PEOPLE'S DIVISION
Young People's Division, under the auspice of the Women's Missionary Society, provides meaningful resources, training, and guidance in all areas of church life. Encouraging full participation in the mission, programs, activities of the church, and the YPD (i.e. training in Evangelism, Christian Social Relations, Education programs, Leadership, Stewardship) for all the young people involved.
JR. USHER BOARD
Every 4th Sunday, the Junion Usher Board provides our congregation and visitors with assistance before and during worship service. Whether you need a fan, directions, or simply have a question, they are happy to serve you.
Girl Scouts build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. In Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Through a myriad of enriching experiences, such as extraordinary field trips, sports skill-building clinics, community service projects, cultural exchanges, and environmental stewardship, girls grow courageous and strong.
Youth Choir ministers on the 2nd Sunday of each month. Their music includes contemporary gospel, praise & worship, hymns, and spirituals. All voices under 18 are welcome.
The Nursery and Children's Church Ministry, provides an age appropriate worship experience for children two to twelve years old. These ministries operate during the Sunday worship service on the first, third, and fourth Sundays. Their primary objective is to lead our young to a humble and faithful lifelong service to God.
PRAISE DANCERS AND MIME TEAM
Open to all ages and gender of those who have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and have a heart to worship God through the ministry of dance and MIME. The Bethel Praise Dance and MIME Ministry seek to uplift the worship experience and to help others come to Christ through praise and worship. The Praise Dance and MIME Ministry participates in various church celebrations of worship throughout the year.
Let’s Talk is a ministry designed for teenage members and their friends to provide a source for socio-emotional guidance and release of feelings such as frustration, low self-esteem, anger, individual and/or family problems, pop culture topics, etc. via a group counseling setting with a professional mental health counselor/child development specialist.
The teens are assured that their conversations will not be held in judgment and will be of strict confidence. This structured setting should also enhance their self-confidence as well as relationships with each other. Meetings are held monthly; the first Saturday, from 1:00- 2:00 pm.