Ladies Night Out

Please join us Monday, May 4th at 6:00 pm for a Bible Game Night & meal in the multipurpose room.

 

Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Conference

Please join us as a number of our men (13 & older) plan to travel to Terre Haute for the Saturday, March 7th, 8:30am-5pm event (Eastern time).  Cost for early registration is $44 (or $52 with lunch provided).  Please sign up and we will collect money later.

 

The Art of Marriage Conference

Friday evening 6:00-8:30 pm & Saturday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Bethel is covering 1/2 the cost of the conference books for couples, so only $17 per couple will be due at the door. 97% of the 500,000+ previous attendees said they would recommend the event for other couples. Please prayerfully consider coming – all are welcome to attend, whether married or not.

 

 

Missions Trip to Jamaica

Just a reminder that the applications for the missions trip to Jamaica are due back on the 18th of January (next Sunday).  You must fill out one of these applications before you will be added to the team going to Jamaica.  If you are interested in going on the missions trip and need an application or more information, please see Ryan Warner.   You can also call him at 812-779-4713 during the week.

Ladies Bible Study in Revelation 4

Tuesday, January 13,  the ladies Bible study will be meeting at 9:00 am and again at 6:00 pm.  Ladies, you are reminded to have Lesson 1 completed when you come to the first class.  Thank you.

 

 

Men’s Breakfast Fellowship

You are invited to join other men in our gym on May 9th at 7:00 am for a hearty breakfast, good fellowship and an encouraging word.  Invite a friend!!!!!

 

Men’s Small Group Bible Studies

There are currently several small groups (3-7 men in a group) studying God’s Word and learning from each other.  Several Groups are starting a new study.  If you are interested in joining one  of our small group Bible studies, check out the additional information on the sign up sheet in the south foyer of the church.

College Prayer Ministry

College Students who would like someone to support you in prayer, please pick up a form today at the Information Center.  A Prayer Partner will faithfully  remember you in prayer during the school year. Fill out a form as soon as possible for this ministry to begin. Please contact Cindy Beadles at 386-7269 or 677-0298 if you have questions or need  additional information.

 

SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES

BETHEL MEMORIAL CHURCH offers Sunday School Classes for ages 2 years through Senior Saints.

Time is 9:30 to 10:25 am.

NURSERY AND CHILDCARE MINISTRY

BETHEL MEMORIAL CHURCH

NURSERY AND CHILDCARE MINISTRY

INFECTIOUS DISEASES POLICY

It is the desire of this church to meet the spiritual needs of each individual who comes to the church seeking worship, fellowship and spiritual growth. While all persons who wish to participate will be welcomed, we have instituted precautions as established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to minimize the risk of spread of communicable diseases.

Enacting this policy will take the cooperation of the Church, Children’s ministry workers and the parents. Below are the parent’s guidelines as stated in the policy.

Parents:

Children’s ministry workers consider the welll-being of your child a sacred trust. In the best interest of children and workers, we request that individuals with contagious illnesses or potentially contagious illnesses, whether they are children or ministry workers, refrain from participating in children’s ministry areas at the church.

Symptoms include:

  • Fever above 100 degrees taken orally (must be normal for 24 hours before participating).
  • Discharge from ears or eyes.
  • Discolored mucous from the nose (not caused by teething).
  • Skin lesions that blister.
  • Undiagnosed rashes.
  • Vomiting or diarrhea lasting several hours during the past 24 hours.
  • Excessive signs of cold, tiredness, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing, or coughing – any highly contagious disease such as chicken pox or pink eye.

As an additional precaution, we also ask that children refrain from bringing personal items such as stuffed animals, blankets, dolls, etc. into the classrooms.

A copy of the Infectious Diseases Policy in its entirety is available at the Information Center.

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