At Bethel we continue to reach the community in the name of Christ.
It is our goal to support missions locally and wherever we can serve the Lord

Bethel provides meeting places for local community support groups

NICANOR – Our Fellowship Hall is used weekly by Nicanor to provide hot meals, blankets, can goods, toiletries, fruit, vegetables, drinks, tents, and sleeping bags in our efforts to reach those in our community who are in need.

ADDICTION SUPPORT GROUPSMultiple Alcoholics Anonymous & Narcotics Anonymous groups host meetings in
our Fellowship Hall throughout the week.

Bethel has programs to help our local community

CLOTHES CLOSETWe have provided an area in the church to gather clothes for those in need.

SOCK & MITTEN TREEDuring Advent, we provide a tree for donations of socks & mittens to give to Help Center.

ST. MARY ANNE’S FOOD BASKETWe provide a large basket in back of church to fill weekly with food donations to add to St. Mary Anne’s Food Basket program.

ADOPT-A-HIGHWAYWe adopted an area of a highway to keep clean in an effort to help beautify our community.

Bethel provides financial donations to community support groups

RAY OF HOPE – Their mission is to support families during their transition. Their Free Food Pantry gives supplemental food and they also provide clothing and furniture when needed. They connect them with other services and agencies that will help them succeed. They also assist families who have lost everything in fires or natural disasters and they assist victims of domestic violence to get to safety.

MEETING GROUND – Their mission is to help meet basic human needs and to address the root problems that perpetuate the cycle of homelessness and poverty.

CASA of Cecil County – Their mission is to advocate for and support abused and neglected children in the court system, while ensuring their right to safe, stable, permanent homes. CASA of Cecil County achieves this mission through the work of specially trained volunteers from the community who advocate for the best interest of children, recognizing and respecting each child’s individual needs.