Additional Directions: From Vermont's I-89 take exit 8 toward Montpelier. Follow Route 2 east to the third stop light and turn left onto Main Street. Follow Main Street straight through the stop light at State Street. Bethany Church is the first church on your right. For parking, go to rear of church by turning right on School Street.|
(802) 223-2424 - Phone
Calendars of Events:
| ||December 30th, 2012, Concert and Holiday Montpelier Church Tour|
Posted on: 3:44 pm Fri Dec 7th, 2012
Bethany Center for the Arts presents:
Sunday December 30th, 2012 A Tour of Montpelier Churches from 12 noon - 3:00 PM and at 3:00 pm a Concert at Bethany Church 115 Main St Montpelier, Vermont
| ||Vermont Native Pianist Returns to Present Benefit Recital for Vermont Cares|
Posted on: 1:10 pm Thu Nov 8th, 2012
Adam Tendler presents "Night Thoughts" Recital at Bethany Church
Vermont native Adam Tendler returns to Washington County to perform "Night Thoughts," a meditative piano recital of modern American music.
| ||TROUBLE IN VIENNA: Pianist Diane Huling& Soprano Lisa Jablow at Bethany Church, Montpelier -POSTPONED|
Posted on: 12:51 pm Thu Sep 6th, 2012
Saturday, September 29th 2012 at 8PM
Pianist Diane Huling opens her concert season with 'Trouble in 'Vienna,' a program of music from the late nineteenth century to the turn of the 20th, including music of Brahms, Mahler, Schonberg, Berg and a Viennese composer who emigrated to the United States and ended up eventually teaching in Vermont, Richard Stoehr.
Bethany Church has a joyful spirit!
Our worship services are a comfortable blend of the old and the new, with plenty of music, laughter, and, sometimes, tears. We are actively engaged in mission. Our building is a resource to the central Vermont community, and half the time of one of our pastors is dedicated to serving community members in need. We've had a sister parish relationship with a village in El Salvador for over a decade. We serve community meals and have a PINS partnership (linked with a State social worker assisting foster children). Many of our members are advocates for justice and peace, locally and globally. And many are involved in the work of the Conference.
While we recognize Jesus Christ as the head of the church, there is no faith "test" to be a part of Bethany Church; our members are diverse in their theological beliefs. No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome!
Sunday worship is at 10:00 a.m., with nursery care provided. School-age children attend the first part of the worship service and then go to classes. Our Sunday School curriculum is the UCC's "Seasons of the Spirit." We also have rotational workshops. Our youth group meets weekly; eleven members attended the 2004 UCC National Youth Event in Nashville, Tennessee!
Our special activities include:
-Services featuring children or youth
-Many fellowship events, including supper, music, dance, games
-"Brown Bag" women's study and fellowship group
-Spanish Christmas service
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