THE SWEETEST NAME
Sunday 21st October
Led by Revd David Mann
Sunday Sanctuary offers an alternative time of worship and reflection.
We meet in the Meridain Hall, or Compass Room at Bethel and we are joined by members of other local church communities for a short time of worship, prayer, fellowship and reflection.
REMEMBRANCE & RECONCILIATION
Sunday 4th November
Our Alternative styled cafe church will feature a set of 12 interactive prayerspace installations on the theme of Remembrance and Reconciliation.
They will be designed to be “all-age” but parents will understand that some will be more suitable for children than others.
Coffee and biscuits will be served at tables as usual.
REMEMBRANCE & RECONCILIATION
Sunday 4th November
Come and join us at 12:45pm, following our morning worship service.
Our monthly Prayer Gathering in shaped around a simple shared meal and a time of discussion and prayer. Soup and bread is provided and this month the focus of our prayer will be Remembrance & Reconciliation
THE MAJESTY OF GOD
Sunday 28th October at 4:30pm
Harmonics is our informal music meetup. It is an opportunity for people of all ages to get together to sing and play instruments in a relaxed and fun setting.
You don’t have to be musically gifted or talented to join us at Harmonics and there is no pressure to perform. Just come along and have some fun.
THE HUB @ THE COMPASS ROOM
FRIDAY – 7PM to 9PM
The Hub is an Open Access Youth Club for children and young people aged 11 to 16.
Those who attend The Hub are required to register for Safeguarding reasons but are free to come and go as they please.
We have a selection of games consoles, laptops, and other activities available including; Table Tennis, Table Football, board games and karaoke.
There is a tuck shop at The Hub where you can buy a selection of sweets, snacks and drinks.
Recordings of sermons are available in our Sermon Library
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The Leadership Team
Revd David Mann
David has been the minister at Bethel since 2008. He lives in Swavesey with his two children. He has oversight of Youth & Children’s Work, and shares oversight for Worship and Fellowship
As well as being the church administrator Yinka shares oversight for Fellowship.
As well as being the church treasurer, John shares oversight of Ministry.
Janet shares oversight of Prayer and Outreach.
Ed shares oversight of Worship and Discipleship, and also oversees property and maintenance.
Mary shares oversight of Outreach and Ministry.
Sue shares oversight of Prayer and Discipleship.
HOW WE DO CHURCH
SIX PURPOSES OF CHURCH
Discipleship - Fellowship - Ministry - Outreach - Prayer - Worship
Everything that we do, or might do, at Bethel fits into at least one of the Six Purposes, and through the allocation of oversight to our deacons we have a way to make sure that what we are doing is purposeful and in line with where we believe God is calling and leading us.
You can find out more about each of the Six Purposes by clicking on the links below.