Prayer & Praise Monthly Retreat - Saturday before 1st Sunday @7:45am PHAT Tuesday Bible Study each Tuesday at 7pm Youth and Young Adult Bible Study, Tuesdays at 6pm Intercessory Prayer every Tuesday morning at 6am.  Dial in at 530-881-1212 Access code 791-981-976#

Adult Ministries

New Bethel offers several ministries which not only help adults meet their spiritual needs but also provide fellowship opportunities: 

 

Alabaster Box - The purpose of this group is to provide women of all ages a space to gather and exchange their knowledge in order to strengthen one another and propel each other into a deeper relationship with Christ.

 

Singles Taking Active Roles (STAR) - This singles group focuses on all unmarried adults and offers them fellowship opportunities and practical guidance based on experience and Biblical knowledge.

 

Students Worshipping and Glorifying God (SWAGG) - Aimed toward college students, this group seeks to assist young adults in overcoming their personal obstacles by standing on the principles of God’s Word and leaning on each other for support and fellowship.

 

Under the Hood This group provides men of all ages a space to discuss their challenges and learn from one another’s experiences in order to strengthen one another spiritually and emotionally.   

 

Covenant Keepers - This ministry, specially designed for married couples, seeks to strengthen and enrich the marital bond between Christian husbands and wives and help them navigate through marital challenges through the study of God’s Word pertaining to marriage.

 

Guiding Parents Through Struggles (GPS) - This parenting group was designed to give parents the opportunity to discuss with one another the challenges they are having with their children and receive Christian-based guidance and advice on how to resolve those issues.  These sessions may also be a time for parents to have respite from their children and gain encouragement and comfort from fellow parents.  

 

Crowns of Splendor - This seniors group was designed to encourage seniors to remain actively involved with one another and with the Church body, promoting spiritual development, physical activity through fellowship, and stimulating discussions on topics relevant to their generation.