We were trying to think of a snappy name for our new men’s meeting, but all we have so far is Men Of Bethel (MOB) so that will do for now!
We are going to have our first ever men’s meeting at Bethel, Friday 24th May at 10.00am.
It will be a men’s breakfast, with bacon rolls and other refreshments (so don’t have breakfast first!) and an opportunity for men to get together and socialise.
We realise that loneliness and isolation are a reality for many men, especially in their retirement or bereavement. We realise it can also be difficult to acknowledge this and so we want to provide a space in our church programme for men to come together, get to know each other, talk together and we hope too, discuss some of the big issues of life.
We are a church that loves the Lord Jesus Christ and loves the bible so there will also be time to hear someone’s story of their faith and maybe ask them about what they believe.
The event is totally free and we would love you to come if you are able. If there is interest, we will be holding other similar men’s meetings in the future.
We would love you to join us for a special Christmas coffee break on 13th Dec 2018. There will be good coffee and tea, cakes, definitely a few mince pies and possibly a few carols. We will pause for a few minutes around 11am for a short Christmas thought from the bible.
We are holding another soup lunch on Tuesday 6th November 2018 and we would love to invite you all to come. It’s not a fund-raiser or a preaching meeting (although there will be a short thought-for-the-day), but just an opportunity to be together, enjoy each other’s company and some simple food together.
Sunday 23rd September will be our Harvest Thanksgiving services. All are warmly invited to join us as we remember God’s goodness to us in all that he provides.
Sunday 10.30am Harvest Thanksgiving family service
Sunday 4.30pm Bring-and-share tea followed by an informal time of worship together.
There will be a harvest table if you would like to bring a donation of food for the display. The majority of the food will be given to the work of Bridgend Foodbank. At the moment, they are in need of the following items:
Following up on our open day last year, we wanted to once again open the church up to our community and welcome you to a garden party on 14th July.
There will be something for everyone and the event is totally free. There will be food and fun, something for your body and soul so why not come and join us? Drop in anytime from 3pm-5pm and enjoy the day with us.
Maybe you have never been to church before, maybe you have wondered what Easter is all about, or perhaps this is one of the few times a year that you feel you ought to go to church, whoever you are and whatever you think of Easter, we would like you to invite you to pay us a visit this year:
You will be sure of a warm welcome and you will hear what the bible has to say about Jesus, his life, death and resurrection.