Sunday, August 28 – Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Scripture Readings (click to read)
“Bible Verse of the Month.” – We will have a unique opportunity as a congregation to dive deep into a passage from the Bible together. You will experience and engage a Bible verse every few weeks in a variety of ways that we hope will enhance your prayer, devotional and worship life with God.
This month’s verse is Romans 10:15b
“How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!”
Plug in and make a Connection with Pastor Gary
- LAST ONE: Sunday, August 28, 7:00 p.m. – Laurie & Terry Jeddeloh – 5577 S. Mobile St. Centennial, 303-400-5059
Beginning Wednesday, August 24
Bethany Chancel Choir starts rehearsing on Wednesday, August 24th, and the first Sunday the choir sings will be Sunday, September 11th. We have exciting season ahead of us, and some of the highlights include a special worship service featuring a beautiful setting of Requiem by a French master composer, Maurice Duruflé on All Saint’s Sunday, November 6 during 10am worship service. Our Chancel Choir will be led by James Kim on the podium and Rick Seaton on organ, and Judith Glenn will be the alto soloist. On April 29, 2017, Bach’s masterpiece, Easter Oratorio will be presented as part of worship beginning at 7pm in our sanctuary. In addition, members of the Chancel Choir will be embarking on a 9-day tour Germany to celebrate 500th Anniversary of Lutheran Reformation, and there will be a send-off concert on Sunday, May 21st at 3pm joined by the members of choirs from Wellshire and Montview Presbyterian churches. Come, sing with us!
“Ring In” the new Church Year with the Carillons! We need more Handbell Ringers! The Bethany Carillons Handbell Choir needs more ringers. If you are at least age 15 or under age 110 and can read music, we will teach you everything we know about ringing bells. We practice every Wednesday from 7:00 till 8:30 pm in the back room in the music wing. We play for the church service once a month. Contact our conductor – Jeff Harms (firstname.lastname@example.org) – or Tony Hjelmstad (email@example.com –303-744-4383) to get more information – or just show up Wednesday!
Sundays, August 28 and September 4
Bethany Diaper Drive for DenUM – (Denver Urban Matters – formerly Denver Urban Ministries)
DenUM is in need of diapers, sizes 4, 5, and 6. Please help support this worthwhile ministry to young families in Denver. DenUM (Denver Urban Matters) was organized in 1981 with the goal of meeting basic needs, encouraging self-sufficiency and educating the community.
Interested in sorting diapers on Sunday, September 11th from 10:30-12:30 at DenUM? Contact Tammy Craven 303-771-2813.
Beginning August 31
Saturday, September 10
Getting Connected with Bethany: Plug In 2016!
As the Ash Wednesday bulletin told us, the disciplines of Lent are self-examination and repentance, prayer and fasting, sacrificial giving and works of love. It is the works of love that Bethany’s Ministry Council is focusing on this entire year, through the Plug In 2016 campaign. There are many ways that you can feel more connected to your Bethany community through works of love, starting with Service in Worship. Plug In 2016 – a Lenten discipleship opportunity! Looking for a way to re-charge and connect? Plug In 2016. Looking for a way to help strengthen our community? Plug In 2016. Many opportunities available in the area of Worship & Celebration. Why not Plug In?! (no app required… just a willing spirit). For more information contact Jack Lindsey (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kara Heilman (email@example.com)
Attention All Bethany Families: Looking for a chance to Plug-in? Want to make $600 per month and be a hero for a family in need? There are three high school foreign exchange students from Brazil that need host homes for this fall! They are going to be attend high school at Thomas Jefferson High School for one semester. This is an excellent opportunity for families to share the American family experience and our beautiful State of Colorado. These students are in need of help ASAP as their previous host homes have fallen through at the 11th hour! Please call Karen Dehmlow at 720-271-0360 for more info!