“Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.”
– Acts 2:46-47

We live life together.

We were made to be in community. At Bethany, we believe that we cannot enter into genuine faith without entering into genuine community. If you’re looking for a next step, find a group to be a part of or consider becoming a member.

Be Together

From it’s inception, one of Bethany’s core values has always been community, being together in real and authentic relationship, sharing in life together, both the good and the bad. We believe that one of the most tangible places Jesus makes Himself known is among us as we gather together. Our hope and desire is that you would be a part of these life-transforming groups.

Become A Member

At Bethany, we believe that membership is important because we need to be connected to a Christian community. Membership at Bethany is about making a commitment to something bigger than ourselves and recognizing that we cannot do this journey alone. If you believe Bethany is your home, we want to encourage you to take your next step.

Be Baptized

Our two sacraments, baptism and the Lord’s Supper, have been called outward signs of an inward and invisible grace. In the administration of both of these sacraments something goes public, a mystery is disclosed, something is being communicated, and something pledged.

Jesus Christ’s institution of baptismal practice is given in Matthew 28. He joins baptism with teaching in the process of making disciples. As this is carried out in the church, baptism is administered in the name of the Triune God. That a person can be named in the name of God is an audacious act of obedience to Jesus’ command.

In the Evangelical Covenant Church, we affirm infant dedication, infant baptism, believer baptism, and an affirmation of baptism in our public worship.

Have Questions?

If you’re not sure where to start or you have questions about a next step,
let us know and we’ll get in touch with you to help you move forward in your faith journey.