Bethlehem Lutheran Church's Mission is to 

Share God's Word with His Community

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Bible Study: Sundays 9:00 am

Divine Service: Sundays 10:30 am

Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month

Bible Study: Wednesdays 10:00 am

Be sure to see the NEWS tab on this website for latest happenings at Bethlehem!!

Mark your Calendar

Friday, December 2nd at 6:00 p.m. - Pizza party followed by decorating the church for the Christmas season.  Many hands make for light work!!

Saturday December 3rd - Ladies Society is having a Bake Sale and Crafts.  Be sure to come see what our Ladies have to sell.

New Members:  Judy Moll, Lisa Baker, Ron and Cathy Zuccaro

 

3805 County Road 612

Lewiston, Michigan 49756

989-786-3713


 


Our Divine Worship Service is at 10:30 am. Bible Study is at 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall prior to service.  Everyone is welcome.  Pastor Tim Azzam conducts our Worship Service and Sunday Bible Study.

Bible Study is also offered every Wednesday at 10 am in the Fellowship Hall.  We are studying the Old Testament book of Ezekiel.  Everyone is welcome. 

Bethlehem would like to thank Rev. John Bookshaw and his wife Connie for their service to our church for the last 10 months.


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November Birthdays and Anniversaries:

Happy Birthday to Jeanne, Pat, Tom, Bill, Jeff, Bailey, Shannon, Glen, Gayle, Kathie, Sharon, Bob, Erin, Miranda, Aurora, Cathy, Amelia, Bobby

Happy Anniversary to Paul & Jenny

Pastor Call Update

On Sunday September 25th the congregation approved the following pastor profile presented by CMMF Randy Johnson.

Bethlehem is looking for a pastor who will interact and be involved with the congregation and in the community.  He will lead the congregation in outreach efforts to the community. He will be a conversational style preacher.  He will be ale to implement the mission and vision of the congregation.  He will have a sense of humor and be able to interact with the congregation on aP personal and spiritual level.  He will assist the congregation in accessing the needs of the community and involve the congregation in meeting those needs when possible.  He will be a teaching biblical scholar.

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