At this time, we offer two services each Sunday, one at 9:30am and one at 5 pm. The 9:30 service is a blend of liturgies from the Hymnal for Church and Home (1938), with Danish Lutheran roots, and the Evangelical Lutheran Worship book (2006), united to celebrate heritage and hope in praise of God.
Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday. Bethania offers an open communion table, meaning you are welcome to come and receive God’s gifts of grace and forgiveness given through bread and wine.
Each Sunday, after the 9:30 service, members host a Coffee Fellowship in our Parish Hall. Coffee is served along with other delectable treats for members and visitors to share as they visit with one another.
Koinonia is at 5 pm in the Fireside Room.
Koinonia is a Greek word that is translated usually into communion – that thing we do every Sunday. But its meaning is much more expansive. It’s also meant to convey the divine connection we feel with God and with neighbor. It’s an intimate word meant to highlight the deepness the community of the Church experiences. This is the name of the small group gathering that meets at 5 pm in the Fireside Room on Sundays. We’re going to do a small meditation, a bible study, some discussion, prayers and communion. We welcome anyone who wants to join. It’ll be casual and communal. Please invite anyone you think would also be interested. Come As You Are, Loved As You Are!