Right Now Media
    If you haven’t already, be sure to check out this amazing
    video resource!   Just write your email address on a
    Communication Card along with a note that you would like
    to be added to our Right Now Media account.  You will
    then receive an email invitation along with instructions.  
    Contact the church office if you have any questions.
Regular Meetings

    Adult Sunday School Classes ~ every Sunday morning at 9:45 am

  • “Spiritual Roots of Disease”. - How to return your spirit, soul and body
    to God’s perfect design for his glory. Led by Ken and Amy Sp.  Meeting
    in the Fellowship Hall.

  • Christian Lifestyle Studies – DVD study with group discussion
    integrating faith into everyday life. Discussion facilitators: Charlotte Kr
    and Rose Fa.  Meets in the Fellowship Hall.

  • Bible Study “The Psalms"   Meets in the Fellowship Hall.   
    Class leader:  Tom Li

    Sunday Classes for Youth

  • Elementary School – led by Cheryl Re.   Meets in the Children’s wing.
  • Middle School – led by Allison Ga.  Meets in the Church Library.
  • High School – led by Jennifer Co.   Meets in the Teen Room.

    Sunday Night Youth Group ~
    Impact Youth Group meets on Sunday Nighst from 6:00-7:30pm.
    Join us for a great time of learning, games, food and friends!   Hope to
    see you there!

    Wednesday Night Bible Study
    Meeting on ZOOM until further notice
    Join us at 7:00 pm as Pastor Joel leads us through a Biblical Study.

    Friday Night Bible Study
    Join us twice every month on Friday night from 7:30-9:30 pm as we
    study the life and teachings of Jesus from the four gospel accounts.
    Come and have your comfort zone challenged.   See the meeting dates
    below and at www.crosstraining,us



Scheduled Events


    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.


    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.



  • Aug 13     Primetimers Annual Pot Luck Picnic
    Thursday. August 13.  Time: 12:00 Noon (rain or shine) at Clay Township
    Park, 4710 Pte. Tremble, Clay Township    Meat, drinks and rolls provided;
    bring a dish to share.

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.



  • Sep 10     Priimetimers Lunch at Aspen
    Thursday. September 10, Lunch at Aspen Restaurant    Time: 12:00 Noon   
    Location: 20333 Hall Road, Macomb   Cost $12 to $15 per person   

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.



  • Oct 8     Primetimers Ford Rouge Factory Tour
    Thursday. October 8, Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Dearborn   Leave Bethel
    at 8:30 a.m. and return around 4:00 p.m.   Cost: $17.25 per person   Tour:
    10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon. A new improved factory tour with added visuals.
    Lunch: 1 :00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at MI Cafe on site   Cost: $9 to $13 per person.

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.



  • Nov 12     Primetimers Lunch at Buddy's Pizza
    Thursday, November 12. Lunch at Buddy's Pizza    Time: 12:00 Noon
    Location: 45841 Hayes Road, Shelby Township   Cost: $10 to $15 per person

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.



  • Dec ????,   Glory of Christmas Concert
    Saturday. December ????, Glory of Christmas Concert, North Ridge Church
    Plymouth   Tickets are non-refundable   Cost: $25 per person, money will be
    collected in September.    Tickets will be purchased in October.   North Ridge
    Church presents a beautiful, very professional multi-media production.

    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.
     
    Join us in the Fellowship Hall and have your comfort  zone challenged.
    We are stepping through the life of Jesus during His first coming as told in all
    four gospels.
  • Looking Ahead to Summer! ~  Effective May 19, 2020 all Eastern
    Michigan District 2020 camps have been cancelled for this summer.
    This includes Family Camp, NYI youth camps and  children’s camps.
    This difficult decision was made in the best interest of EMD  families and
    students taking into consideration the many factors that come into play with the
    current Covid-19 health crisis.
    Those who have already paid summer camp tuition or Famiky Camp
    RV Lot fees will be contacted personally by Water’s Edge Camp.
    As soon as permitted, the RV Park at Water’s Edge Camp is ready to resume
    normal operations.
    Thank you for your encouragement and understanding.
    Rob Lewis,  Executive Director


  • Snack Donations Needed! ~
    We are looking for volunteers who are willing to provide snacks for our
    Sunday night Youth Group. They can be store bought or homemade.
    Please sign up at the Welcome Center if you are able to help on one or
    more Sundays.   A great big “Thank You” those who have already signed
    up or brought in snacks!  Your generosity is very much appreciated!

  • Macomb Feeding the Need ~ GATHERING ACTIVITIES ARE SUSPENDED.
    Food distribution continues.

  • Looking to serve?  ~
    You can help meet a need.  Our teens gather at Bethel for Bible study on
    Wednesday nights enjoy fellowship afterward.  A great opportunity is available
    for you to show love and interest in Bethel’s teens by providing snacks and
    spending a little time interacting with them.  You can volunteer one time or
    more.  Simple snacks and drinks are encouraged.  See Veronica Ma for the
    scheduled dates needed and snack suggestions.                    

  • Youth for Christ ~
    Youth for Christ staff is sharing Bethel's facility on an as needed basis.  
    Continue to pray for this local ministry and it's staff as they reach High School
    age kids for Christ.

  • Looking For A Way To Grow In Your Faith? ~
    Then be sure join one of the Bible studies that take place throughout the week
    in the Bethel fellowship.  You will find them listed in your bulletin each week or
    feel free to contact the office or staff about where you might best connect.  
    Just recently this was heard in one of our Bible studies, "Wow, I have read that
    passage before, but now it is challenging me in a fresh way.  I have been
    praying for more joy and it is a fresh answer to that prayer."  What answers to
    prayer and what steps of growth in your faith are waiting for you in one of our
    Bible study groups? You won't know until you join one and find out.  Get
    connected to one today!

  • L.I.N.K.S.
    LINKS is a program of the Church of the Nazarene.   It is a network of
    personal connections between missionaries and Nazarenes around the
    world.   Missionaries are connected to local churches.  This gives each
    church an opportunity to become personally acquainted with the missionary
    family and feel a sense of involvement with the global mission enterprise
    of the church through regular correspondence from the missionaries,
    updates from their field, and even through deputation services while the
    missionaries and on home assignment.  The missionaries are also
    encouraged, knowing people care and pray for them.  For more info about
    the LINKS program, visit    www.nmi.nazarene.org

  • Northbrook Early Childhood Academy   ACTIVITIES ARE SUSPENDED  
    Northbrook offers a professionally staffed center with full-time childcare, 3
    and 4 yr old preschool programs, and before and after school care.   If you or
    someone you know is looking for quality, Christian childcare, please refer
    them to Donna at (586) 598-5112.  Flyers and business cards are available
    from the Church office.

  • Facing Difficulty As A Family?
    In these trying financial times, don’t forget that you are surrounded by a
    supportive church family.   If you find yourself facing a critical situation we are
    here for you.   Do not go without the resources you or your family need when
    there are others in the church can help.   We are committed to handling these
    situations with grace and discretion.   Contact the church office if you are in
    need of assistance.

    teaching, history, theology, mission, funding and current news from around
    the world.

  • Eastern Michigan District Website
    For more information about what’s happening on our district visit
    www.emdnaz.org.   You can find information on the district campgrounds,
    missions and youth.

  • Nazarene Missions News
    If you would like to read more about Nazarene Missions from around the world,
    visit www.engagemagazine.com.  Engage is our global missions magazine
    for the Church of the Nazarene. The Holy Spirit is at work all over the world, at
    all times, drawing people into relationship with Jesus Christ, transforming lives,
    healing broken relationships, and redeeming the lost, empowering the found to
    live holy lives. Check back regularly to find out the latest news of what God is
    doing through His people in every corner of the globe

  • Angel Tree
    The Board of General Superintendents have officially endorsed Prison
    Fellowship and the Angel Tree program as a ministry partnership with the
    Church of the Nazarene.    Angel Tree is a  program of Prison Fellowship that
    reaches out exclusively to children who have a parent in prison.
    Through Angel Tree, Prisoners register their children to  participate in
    the program and churches register to participate  in Angel Tree and
    indicate the preferred areas they will serve. Children are assigned to
    the church based on the child location and number of children requested.
    Then volunteers at local churches across America purchase and deliver
    gifts in a variety  of ways and present the gospel message to children in
    the name of their imprisoned parent.
    Find out how you can get involved: Visit, www.AngelTree.org or
    1-800-55-ANGEL (1-800-552-6435).

  • Meijer Rewards
    Bethel Church is a member of the Meijer Community Rewards Program.
    We can earn up to 1% cash back on any purchases that you make at Meijer.  
    All you need to do is go online to www.Meijer.com/rewards to register.  Our
    organization code is 161327.  Once you sign up, you will receive a card and
    key tag in the mail.  Swipe this card each time you make a purchase in the
    store or at Meijer gas stations and your purchase will be credited to Bethel.  
    Contact the church office if you have any questions.

  • Kroger Community Rewards ~
    Do you and your family shop at Kroger? Great news…now you can help the
    Hope Center just by doing your normal, everyday shopping.  Hope Center is
    enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards Program.  This program will link
    purchases made with your Kroger Plus Card to the Hope Center and a
    percentage of your purchase will be donated back to them.  If you would like to
    participate, just inquire at the service desk the next time you visit your Kroger
    store or you can also register online at www.kroger.com/communityrewards.
    Thank you for helping to fight the battle against hunger.

  • Church of the Nazarene CLT - Continuing Lay Training

  • Flint Eastside Mission Needs Volunteers
    Flint Eastside Mission Center, Inc. exists to make life better for all the people
    of Flint’s Eastside by bringing available resources in contact with needs.  The
    assistance is a "hand-up" as opposed to a "hand-out."   Visit  www.
    flinteastsidemission.org.

  • Plugged In Online
    Protecting our families today is more vital than ever. Before you head out to
    purchase the latest video game or view the newest movie release, be sure
    to check out www.pluggedin.com for reviews of popular movies, videos,
    music, TV and games from a Christian perspective.  Help shine a light on the
    world of popular entertainment.

  • Focus on the Family
    Focus on the Family provides timely, relevant information and Christian
    advice on marriage, parenting, faith, entertainment, life challenges and social
    issues. www.focusonthefamily.com    

  • Child Sponsorship
    An estimated 22,000 children under the age of five die each day from
    preventable causes.   One  person’s act of love can make a difference.  
    Please consider sponsoring a child through Nazarene Compassionate
    Ministries.  For more information, pick up a brochure at the Welcome
    Center or visit www.ncm.org

    Equip and support ministry teams of local people to use the JESUS Film to
    grow, re-open, and start new churches.  JESUS Film Harvest Partners exists
    to help others fulfill the Great Commission.   “Reach the lost before they’re lost
    forever.”

  • Missions News
    If you would like to read more about Nazarene Missions from around the world,
    visit  www.engagemagazine.com.  Engage is our global missions magazine
    for the Church of the Nazarene. The Holy Spirit is at work all over the world, at
    all times, drawing people into relationship with Jesus Christ, transforming lives,
    healing broken relationships, and redeeming the lost.

  • World Mission Broadcast

    A network of volunteers ready to help with disaster relief.

    Provides the means for medical professionals to serve both in their
    local communities and worldwide.

    Short-term mission trips to help build God’s kingdom through your personal
    involvement.

  • Help Fight Senior Hunger
    The Macomb County Community Services Agency, Senior Nutrition Program
    (Meals-on-Wheels) is inviting you to  volunteer in your community to fight
    senior hunger by delivering meals to Senior Citizens in your community.  
    Volunteers are asked to drive a lunch route, approximately 1-1½ hours, twice
    a month.  Drivers use their own vehicle, but are reimbursed for their mileage.
    The meals are delivered Monday through Friday.   For more information or to
    sign up to help, please call MCCSA, Senior Nutrition Program at
    (586) 469-5228 or sign up online at: www.macombcountymi.gov/mccsa.
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Psa 122:1  “I was glad when they said to me,
“Let us go to the house of the Lord.””

We will be resuming onsite worship this Sunday, June 7
at 11:00 am.

We look forward to reengaging our various ministries like Sunday
school and age group ministries over the next several weeks.

Social distancing will be necessary and masks and hand
sanitizer will be available for those who desire them