What is a Small Group?

Small groups making your church experience more intimate by joining together with other Christians for fellowship, Bible or topical study and life application.

Sunday Morning

Men, Women and mixed groups connecting every Sunday morning for Bible study or topical content.

Co-Ed Classes

Co-Ed groups connecting during the work week for Bible Study or topical content.

Men's Group

Men connecting with men during the work week for Bible study or topical content.

Women's Group

Women connecting with women during the work week for Bible study or topical content.

Support & Recovery Group

Groups that focus on supporting the church and our community through comfort and with grace.
Pastor Scotty Coyle

Pastor Scotty Coyle

Pastor of Discipleship

Get Connected to Small Groups at Bethany

Small Groups provide an opportunity to deepen your love and commitment to God. Here at Bethany, we have opportunities for you to connect with others through many different small groups, studies and classes for adults. These studies teach you to grow in your spiritual journey as well as participate in Christian fellowship with one another outside of Worship. Please look under the categories for topics that interest you. We hope that one will match your needs.

If you have any questions or are interested in joining a group, contact the church office.

**New information will be posted as it becomes available.

Calendar of Upcoming and Ongoing Classes, Studies and Group

@ Bethany Church
Oct 16 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Bethany Church is hosting two workshops to educate and answer a lot of the most common questions about PTSD and its treatments.

We anticipate these sessions will continue as needs based, peer to peer support groups.

Bethany already has a FREE WED community family style meal at 5:15 pm and activities for kids and youth during the workshop.

-Do I or a loved one have PTSD? (Military/ First Responder /Domestic Abuse)
-How does it affect brain chemistry?
-How do I identify triggers?
-How do I mitigate triggers?
-What resources and support are available in my community?

These sessions will be facilitated by Pastor Scotty Coyle a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan. He is not a clinical psychologist, his focus is peer to peer support and referrals, when needed.

610-395-3613 scoyle@bethanyumchurch.com

The Benefits of Joining a Small Group

SStudy the word of God (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
MMingle with other Christians (Hebrews 10:24-25)
AAcquire a sense of belonging (Romans 12:5)
L – Live a more meaningful life (Romans 12:2)
LLearn about spiritual growth (1 Corinthians 9:24-27)
– Grow stronger relationships (1 Thessalonians 2:8)
– Recognize God’s plan for you (Jeremiah 29:11)
– Opportunity to make new friends (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10)
– Unity of believers (John 17:20-23)
– Promise of a better life (John 10:10)

Childcare for Small Group/Bible Study

As we move forward with meeting the needs of our Small Groups and Bible Studies, our hope is to provide childcare for the groups and studies that meet at church. Childcare will only be provided if you register your children in advance. We will do our best to meet your request by having the necessary number of qualified adults/youth available.
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