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How to Participate

How to Participate In Our Services

While participating in church may look different than it did before, Bethany Church is striving to glorify God and see people transformed into passionate disciples of Jesus. One of the primary ways we do that is through our Sunday worship services. There are a variety of ways you can participate in our Sunday services. 

If your preference is an in-person service, you are invited to join us at our 9 AM or 10:45 AM worship service inside the sanctuary. Both services will be identical in terms of worship and content. The 9 AM service will be live streamed simultaneously. Seating is limited so we ask you to reserve seats the week before each service.  All attendees will be asked to complete a symptom self-check prior to arrival and in accordance with local guidelines, will be asked to maintain social distancing and facial coverings. Check-in will take place in front of the sanctuary.

If you are feeling unwell or not yet ready to return indoors, our 9 AM live stream will continue to be available. 

Reserve Sunday Seats


Bethany's Sunday morning services are streamed live on Facebook at 9 AM. This option is preferred by those who enjoy interacting with others within the comment feed during the livestream. You can also participate by completing a Digital Connect Card or by Giving online. Check back to Facebook throughout the week for additional content including message recaps, staff videos, and more.  

Watch our live stream service on Bethany's YouTube channel Sundays at 9 AM. This option is preferred by those who want to easily stream from your smart device to your TV. You can connect with us by completing a Digital Connect Card or by Giving online.

If you miss a Sunday service or just wish to watch a sermon, you can search through our Sunday morning teaching series, which are archived here on our website. While these recordings do not include announcements or worship, most have study questions attached to use for individual study or group discussion.