Bethlehem United Methodist Church
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Mission Statement: To give of ourselves so others may know Jesus Christ.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bethlehem United Methodist Church offers a variety of educational opportunities on Sunday mornings.
 
The classes meet from 9:15 am to 10:15 am unless otherwise indicated.    

All are welcome. You can come anytime.

 
Adult Bible ClassThe Adult Bible Class studies lessons from the Uniform Series quarterly. After we read the Scriptural text, our teacher presents a lesson that illustrates God’s presence in Biblical times and in our contemporary culture as well. Cultures may change; God does not.
 
Our lessons remind us that the Bible is still relevant today. Class membership ranges from those who have recently joined to those who have attended for 70+ years. Our class meets on the west side of Wesley Hall. Visitors and new members are always welcome! Lani Jones
 
Fellowship Class -The Fellowship Class is an informal discussion group.  We select a variety of topics – books of the Bible, Bible leaders, or life topics. 
 
These studies may last from 4 to 12 weeks.  In our fellowship, we share God’s truths and encourage each other in our Christian journey. 
 
Come join us around the coffee pot in Wesley Hall.  This class is currently meeting in Fellowship Hall. 
Jim Slaugh, Mary Boyd , Brad Coe, Laura Coe
 
 
The Wired WordContemporary Issues Class We are a class studying contemporary issues through the lens of scripture.  We focus on a prominent issue in the news each week. 
 
We review the issue and then dig into a discussion and examination of the topic helped through various scripture passages.  We’d love to have you join us and add your thoughts and understandings. 
 
Join us in the classroom in Bethlehem Church’s educational wing on the second floor near the nursery.  Burnell Kehr
 
TLC Intergenerational Class (Thinking Like Christ) - We certainly do not claim to have the “Thinking like Christ” all under control, but we are persistent in our journey recognizing the importance of Christian worship, study, prayer and service both to each other and in our community.
 
We meet immediately following the 8:30 Contemporary service in the front of the sanctuary. Join the circle, there is always an open chair!  We end the class with prayer concerns and joys. We are keeping a class prayer journal. Bring your Bible and prepare to be blessed!  Cindy Lentz
 
 
 
Library Resources Bethlehem has, without a doubt, one of the finest church libraries to be found.  It offers a wide selection of books to aid on your spiritual journey.
 
Some of the categories of books include:  Bible study,
biographyhistoryprophesyprayerfamily/health,non-fiction, and faith and inspiration
The selections available are very current and include a variety of Christian novels which are widely used by our reading congregation.  
 
There is a resource section with Bible commentaries, atlases, and Bible dictionaries for the use of all classes (located on the lower level in Fellowship Hall).  Both the children and adult areas attract many to use this source of growth and blessing.  Visit soon and become acquainted with one of Bethlehem’s jewels.