Bethel United Methodist Church

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BYG (Bethel Youth Group) is committed to reaching students (7th – 12th grades). Our passion is to fellowship, build relationships, and help equip your student to own their relationship with God. Our hearts desire is to reach students to win life’s battles by building foundations on the Bible. Making Jesus relevant to their world is what makes BYG what it is. We are all apprentice's of Jesus.

Midweek Wednesday Nights
6:30-7:30pm

You know that feeling you get when someone makes you a big promise? You probably feel excited, but you might feel a little skeptical too — especially when that promise gets delayed . . . and delayed again . . .and again. If you have to wait long enough for something you were promised, you might start to wonder when you've waited long enough. Eventually, you might even give up hope. In this 4-week series, we'll meet a handful of people from Scripture who each spent a long time waiting on God. From the stories of Abraham and Sarah, Paul and Silas, King David, and Joseph, we'll discover that God has a plan, but we might have to wait for it, and we'll be reminded that, while we're waiting,God is faithful, God is listening,and we should never give up, because God’s not giving up on us.

Small Groups Sundays
6:30-7:30pm

Dig deeper into the Midweek lesson by studying in more depth the scripture plus enjoy small group breakouts. Small groups include middle school boys, middle school girls, and high school students. 

BYG Sunday School
9:00-10:00am

Explore the bible with us and grow your knowledge of the characters of the Bible in chronological order and understanding of the Bible as a whole. 

We begin with the patriarchs from the book of Genesis. This spans the period of time from the creation of the world to the birth of Israel. Study the lives of the noteworthy people in Genesis and see how their lives are testimonies of God's grace. These people's successes and failures will strengthen students' faith and deepen their love for God who created them for a relationship with Himself. 

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