ANNOUNCEMENT: Bethel will only hold a 10:30 AM worship service at Bethel Fergus Falls today. All Sunday School, confirmation, ministry activities and other worship services are CANCELLED at BOTH CAMPUSES.

A group of ordinary people

striving to live openly with God,

neighbor, community and one another.

One Church, Two Locations

Worship Times
Sundays, 8:00, 9:15 & 10:30 AM
Worship Time
Sundays, 10:30 AM

One Church, Two Locations

Sunday Worship: 8:00, 9:15 & 10:30 AM
 Sunday Worship: 10:30 AM

"Proclaiming the message of Jesus Christ so that people come to faith in Jesus and live for Him."

- Mission Statement -
Bethel's vision for the coming year is to RISK more, REACH more, and MAKE ROOM for more! Visit the MAKE ROOM page to follow along.

"Proclaiming the message of Jesus Christ so that people come to faith in Jesus and live for Him."

- Mission Statement -

"It has been a blessing to serve and invest in a church where others are investing in our family."

- Sarah Kinrade

"What makes teaching Sunday School all worth it for me is building positive relationships with the students."

- Ryan Johnson

"There is much pain in this world and Bethel Church is a beacon pointing others to the only One who brings healing and restoration."

- Melissa Fronning

Current Sermon Series

Make Room: The Mission of Christ in Our Generation

The temple wasn’t just a building. It was where God said he would meet with his people. It was his reach of love into the lives of people as well as a way to proclaim the glory of God and extend the reach of God to the nations. So when the temple was destroyed and God’s people were taken away as exiles, something had to be done.  God orchestrated the release of his people from captivity so they could return to Jerusalem and rebuild the temple. They began the work as God commanded them to, but over time “life” happened, resistance arose, and the mission was set aside. Enter the prophet Haggai. He was sent by God to help the people refocus and make room for God’s mission in their generation. Haggai points ahead to Jesus – the ultimate temple – the ultimate meeting place between God and sinners.  In this series, we’ll see that today the mission of Christ is extended through us, the Church; we are his temple.  As we make room for others, Christ’s mission advances in our generation as well!
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