We are a mission community welcoming all people seeking to know God,
especially God as revealed through Jesus Christ.

Our new vision statement is:

To welcome, include and connect with all, so that together
we learn how God would have us love and serve.


May the grace of Jesus Christ and the love of God be with each of you!

Mt. Bethel Presbyterian Church is now holding in-person worship in the sanctuary. We are asking everyone to:

  • Wear masks for the duration of the service
  • Sit socially distanced from other households
  • Keep socially distanced while exiting and enjoy outside social time with optional masks

Contact the office if you have any questions or concerns about attending in person. We are also live streaming our worship every Sunday so if you don’t feel ready to return, or you are at the beach or mountains, you can still join us online.

God be with each of you wherever you are, and lead you where you are called to go.

Rev. Marguerite Sirrine, Transitional Pastor

Click here for videos of previous services and children’s messages, and be sure to join either our livestream each Sunday at 11 a.m. or come to our sanctuary for COVID-safe worship!

 


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