Jalen, Serena and Seth Gaston were baptized at the 11:00 service on May 12. Please welcome them into the family of Christ.
New Members News
Joe and Allison Banas’ son, Eli Banas, was baptized at the 11:00 service on September 23rd, 2012. Please welcome Eli into Bethesda’s church family!
The UMW Agape Circle will have our next meeting on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 7:00 pm in the fellowship hall at church at 444 Bethesda Church Road, Lawrenceville, GA 30044.
Ice-breaker/game will be lead by Becky Mitchell. The Devotion will be lead by Claudia Dickens. Snacks will be provided by Debra Rogers and Sandie Brooks. Our program will be Carol Smith speaking to us about the Shoebox Ministry.
The mission project for September is BUMC’s Mini Wesley Walk. Please bring a box of “Icey Pops” that come unfrozen for our young walkers. The prayer focus for September is: Police and Fire (all first responders), UMW General Board of Global Ministries staff member – Brian G. Dugan
All women are invited to join our Circle. We hope you will drop in and join us in worship, mission, and fun! We always have refreshments to enjoy along with wonderful fellowship!
Leah Grace Waters, daughter of Sara and Adam Waters, was baptized at the 11:00 service on August 26, 2012. Please welcome Leah Grace into Bethesda’s church family!
Hunter Mann was baptized on August 12th during the 11:00 service. Please congratulate Hunter and welcome him to the Bethesda family!
Please welcome this year’s crop of confirmands to Bethesda’s family. David Niles, Calvin Pinchon and Elijah Sestak completed their confirmation classes and became full members of our church on June 24, 2012. Congratulations to all three of them!
We are delighted to welcome the following new members:
Jason and Tara Vantroost and their three children: Maci, Matthew MacKenzie
Mrs. Connie Vantroost
Ken and Karen Fewell and their two children: MaKenna and Gavin
Mrs. Wyvanne Browne
Please welcome Ray and Sharon Crain to Bethesda’s family. They joined our church at the 11:00 service on February 19th.
Please give the Echols family a warm Bethesda welcome! Neal and Erin Echols, and their children Jackson and Cooper, joined the church on December 18, 2011. Cooper was baptized that morning as well.
Please give a warm Bethesda welcome to the most recent family to join our church. Steve and Michelle Pealock and their children Maddox and Hannah joined during the 11:00 service on October 23rd.
Khadijah Craig became a member of Bethesda on October 23rd at the 11:00 service. Welcome, Khadija!
This past Sunday three year old Samantha Lane was baptized at the 11:00 service. Please welcome Samantha into our church family here at Bethesda.
Erica and Bryan Larsen’s second set of twins, Levi and Gabby, were baptized at Bethesda on August 28, 2011. Please welcome Levi and Gabby into our church family and give them all the love and support they need.
On Homecoming Sunday, Bill and Paula Funderburke became members of Bethesda. Bill and Paula are the parents of our Children’s director, Marshall Gordon. Let’s all welcome the Bill and Paula to our church family.
We want to welcome new member, Joyce Sodurun. Welcome to the family!
This past Sunday Bethesda was proud to welcome Steve and Nancy Ramey as members of our church family. Welcome, Steve and Nancy!
WHEN: Starting August 28, 9:45am
WHERE: Conference Room at the end of the Sunday School hallway.
WHAT: Our first study will be Seven Secrets of Successful Parents, by Randy Rolfe
Hi Parents! Ever want to talk about parenting with other parents? Maybe get a few pointers from those who’ve “been there, done that”? Or perhaps you just want to vent about how difficult it is to get your 5 year old to brush her teeth?!?
I invite you to meet us in the conference room at the end of the Sunday school hallway at 9:45am for a time of learning, support and encouragement for the toughest, but most rewarding, job in the world: being a parent.
***We are looking for help with leading and coordinating this class. Please talk to Marshall Gordon if you are interested!***
Before I got married I had six theories about bringing up children; now I have six children, and no theories. ~John Wilmot