Bethany Green Lake is committed to making the invisible God visible through the testimony of our daily lives.
"Our desire and commitment is to grow together as a community so that we are increasingly rooted in the life of Christ." –Richard Dahlstrom, Senior Pastor
Bethany Community Church is a diverse group of people whose primary aim is to give expression to the hope found in Christ, and to make that hope visible through our life together, our worship, and our service to the world. These elements combine to create an environment where individually, as families, and as a church, we can know transformation, and better represent the spirit and heart of Jesus.
Bethany Green Lake meets on Sunday mornings for worship at 8am, 9:30am, 11am, 5pm, and 7pm.
In addition to Bethany Green Lake, we also have five other campuses nearby: Bethany West Seattle, Bethany North in Shoreline, Bethany Northeast in Lake City, Bethany Eastside in Kirkland, and Bethany Ballard.
Bethany Community Church was founded in 1916 as a small fellowship Ballard. Today, about 2,500 people regularly attend Sunday worship in six locations.
Have you been considering baptism? Our next baptism class is this Sunday! Register at this link, and head up to the classrooms between services.
churchbcc.org Register for our next baptism class, on Feb. 26.
Here's a look back on this sermon series; this is Mike's story of how God is using his work in the technology industry to fight human trafficking here in our own city!
March 6 we will be hosting a Race and Justice event. Here's a little more about our guest speaker:
Romanita Hairston is the current Program Director at MJ Murdock Charitable Trust. She previously served as vice president of World Vision U.S. and has spent more than two decades working with individuals and families living in under-resourced communities. She has seen the power of positive relationships, supportive families and strong community systems in improving the lives of children. She believes in the power of purposeful collective action to address the causes of poverty, fight injustice and build a better world for children and families. Prior to coming to the Trust, Romanita led the U.S. Programs division at World Vision with a conviction that “we all give back by starting where we are, with what we have to achieve sustainable solution.”
Learn more about this event and RSVP at http://bit.ly/2lRJXn4
Registration is open for Bethany's Annual Women's Retreat! Join us April 28–30. Secure your spot today online—we're looking forward to seeing you in Leavenworth. http://churchbcc.org/greenlake/community/events/event?EventOccurrenceId=134
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Please keep Jack, Eric, Heather T, Scott and Heather S in your prayers this week, as they explore what a partnership with Agros could look like! They've been in Nicaragua the last few days, and headed to Honduras today. Looking forward to sharing more when they get back!
Ever wondered what God's purpose might be in your work? Join the conversation at our one-day workshop on March 11, co-hosted with Fuller Seminary Northwest! Learn more and register below!
churchbcc.org Hundreds have been exploring the intersection of faith and work over the last three years through the Cascade Fellows program, and have found new meaning, purpose and depth to their work. Come explore the conversation with us at o ur one-day overview event and see for yourself! Price: $50
If you're between the ages of 22–35, save the date and register for our annual Post College/Early Career Retreat! Get away from the city for a relaxing weekend at Harbor Creek Lodge down in Gig Harbor, WA. The weekend is full of opportunities to meet people in your same stage of life, enjoy nature, and hear some great teaching. The PCEC Retreat is where many friendships at Bethany have started! Register below, or message us if you have questions.
churchbcc.org Join us as we step away from the city for the weekend and into the beauty and quiet of nature. The weekend will hold a combination of reflection, good teaching, worship, fellowship, fun activities, or rest. Questions? Contact Jessica Miller. If you want to go but need a scholarship, please fill out…
Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am in Hildebrand Hall (casual, contemporary service) and 11 am (more traditional service) in the Sanctuary.
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