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Sunday School:    9:30 AM
 
Sunday Worship:  10:30 AM
People of Hope Center
 
Wednesdays:  6:30 PM
Worship with us on Sundays and join us on Wednesday evenings beginning at 6:30 PM for Bible study and prayer. All are welcome.

OFFICE INFORMATION

Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday 
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
 
Telephone:
(804) 794-8590
 
Email:
bbc1817@verizon.net
 
Physical Address:
1100 Huguenot Springs Rd
Midlothian, Virginia 23113

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Bethel Preschool is a ministry of Bethel Baptist Church whose purpose is to show the love of Christ to children and their parents by nurturing children to grow in mind, in body, and in relationship with God and with others. Our preschool program provides Christ-centered preschool education for children ages two through five. The program offers fun, structured classes with learning objectives and a focus on the social, spiritual, academic, and behavioral development of preschoolers. Find out more about Bethel Preschool.

FOOD PANTRY HOURS

2nd Wednesdays
5:00 – 6:30 PM
 
4th Fridays

9:00 – 11:00 AM

Charlotte’s Pantry will provide a bag of non-perishable groceries to those in need each month on the 2nd Wednesday from 5-6:30 PM and the 4th Friday from 9-11 AM in the People of Hope Center.

Every Christian is called to be a minister

Every Christian is called to be a minister
One of the scariest moments of my seminary career occurred on my very first day of Seminary, September 12, 2001.  It was a surreal feeling starting seminary on the day after 9/11. This was a fearful time for our nation and I have to admit a fearful time for me as I began a new chapter of my life. What made that day even more worrisome was when a group of seasoned seminary students were giving some of us new students some pearls of wisdom.  One of them said to me, “You know that as a minister you represent God to others.” I never stopped to think that being a minister is to represent the Lord.  I don’t know why it didn’t occur to me. It just didn’t; it was a new revelation. My thought at the time was, “Who am I to represent the Lord?” If that’s what being a minister means then I was pretty sure I wasn’t cut out for ministry.


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