Learn, laugh, and do life together in your small group. Whatever you want to call them, small groups or Sunday School classes, at Bethel getting involved in a small group is the way you connect, grow, and do ministry with people just like you.
Pillars for Small Groups
We know the importance of small groups gathering together to study God’s word. There are six very important pillars that support our Small Groups.
People develop relationships with each other that go well beyond what happens on Sunday mornings. They care for one another and learn to “do life together.”
The text book for our Sunday School is the Bible. God reveals Himself to us through His word, and we gather each week to study His word together.
As people develop relationships, ministry happens as a result. This ministry takes place for those inside the group and overflows to those who are may or may not be a part of our ministry yet.
Healthy groups reach beyond themselves to invite others to come and be a part of Bethel. Healthy groups are continually open to those God puts on their heart to share the love of Christ with and help make Him their Lord and Savior as well.
As we gather in small groups to study God’s word together, we then are ready to join the larger body of Bethel folks to worship God as a corporate body.
Our small groups are built on the power of prayer. The more we study God’s word, the more we know how dependent we are on Him. We go to Him in prayer in order to have a deeper relationship with Him.
If you are not already involved in a small group Bible study, come join us!
Meet our Minister of Education
Randy Stumbaugh joined the Bethel staff in June of 2012 as the Minister of Education/Administrator. He is married to Kathy and they have two adult children: Rebecca and Timothy.
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