Refugee Ministry- Working with partners in the East Philips neighborhood, our NOAH committee seeks to establish connection and relationships with displaced people from South Asia and other locations. Bethlehem also hosts ESL class for refugees seeking citizenship.
Mission Connection – Usually a two-week project in another country to build or remodel a church, work with children, etc. For the past several years, people at Bethlehem have been serving in Puerto Montt, Chile.
COAM – Several of our members are active in the Cooperative Older Adult Ministry in South Minneapolis.
Meals on Wheels – Several times during the year, people volunteer to deliver meals for a week to the homebound.
Loaves and Fishes – On the months when there is a fifth Monday, volunteers from Bethlehem serve a meal with the Loaves & Fishes ministry to about 200 people in north Minneapolis.
Tutoring – Tutors are always needed at the Bethlehem Child Care Center, for our own students, or in Minneapolis through the Kinship program (www.kinship.org).
Commissions – Use your gifts in service to the church by joining one of the many commissions at Bethlehem that administer the various ministries and tasks of the church:
Administration, Adult, Celebration (Worship), Children, Finance, Hospitality and Fellowship, Leadership Development, Long Range Planning, Missions, Outreach and Evangelism, Properties, Spiritual Life, Youth.