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Dear Friends,


Mount Bethel Church is continuing to cancel all services for the foreseeable future. Our facility is open and our pastoral and support staff will be in the office to continue to care for the needs of our congregation. Additionally, official elected boards of the church will continue to meet as appropriate.  While this situation is unprecedented, we are hopeful that each one of us will take opportunities to care for those around us with the love and compassion exemplified by Christ.

Please continue to pray that the church remains united, that hearts continue to turn to and trust our Lord, and that His Kingdom will continue to be built. 

Serving with you in Him,

Pastor Chris, on behalf of the staff and elders of MBC
























Sunday March 15th from Andrew Little on Vimeo.









The word means a lot of things to a lot of different people.  For most of us, though, church is either a nice white building or something one does for about an hour each Sunday morning. 


Such viewpoints are unfortunate, despite their popularity.  They're unfortunate because they miss what church can be.  Even more, they miss what the church is called to be. 


It isn’t until one takes away the walls and the formal pulpit, even the cushioned pews and weekly bulletins, that the true church begins to emerge; a church that isn’t made of static objects and disposable resources, but a church that is made of people.  Real people with real needs dealing with real life.  This is the church.


Amazingly, Jesus promised to build His church.  He promised to do a work in people that would transform their entire lives.  And there are countless stories of that very work being done in our midst. 


Regardless of where you are in that transformation process - even if you don't think it has begun - please know that we would love for you to become a part of us.







Morning Devotion