Middle School youth and their friends meet for a regular on-site, free event each second Thursday of the month from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm.
6:00 pm - Fireside Gallery -
for food, fun and a moment with God.
7:10 pm - 7:30 pm - Middle School Room - for DDR, Guitar Hero, Wii, pool, foosball, and air hockey.
Pick up at 7:30 pm from the Middle School Room in the lower level.
Parents are welcome to stay and join in a discussion with other parents.
March 14, 2013 - Middle School Evening Ministry - 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
We've got the answer to the end of week blahs! Bring your friends and join in the Thursday Night Fun!
Middle School youth and parents can subscribe to BethelYouth texts (Text @BethelYouth to 23559) to receive updates and announcements regarding Bethel’s Youth Ministry.
Parents and Youth: Need a Code?
If you need the new passcode to get into the Middle School youth room, please contact Joe. He will get you the info you need!
Middle School Upcoming Events
Join other Bethel members and friends for:
Also visit Bethel's Confirmation webpage for more activities and opportunities for youth in grades 7 - 9.
Our Youth Ministry exists to reach non-believing students as well as believing students in order to connect them with other Christians, to help them grow in their faith, to discover their ministry and praise God with their lives.
I'm Anita Grue, the Youth Ministry Coordinator in Room 228 on the second floor of Bethel, and I invite the youth to drop in anytime. My door is always open or I can be reached at 257-3577 x 344 or email@example.com
Youth ministry is about families and relationships. Faith is formed in personal trusted relationships and it usually happens in the home. Youth ministry will nurture healthy family relations and help households consider their values, meaning, and hope that will lead them into a faith-filled future. Through research done at The Youth and Family Institute of Augsburg College, it is evident that there are four keys that can nurture healthy relationships and faith. Those keys are caring conversations, family rituals and traditions, family devotional life, and intergenerational service to others that convey the beliefs, values, and lifestyle of their home.
These four keys have become the new way to provide youth and family ministry in congregations.