Bethany-Wide Lunch Break Prayer & Fasting
Every Tuesday through Lent, 12-12:30pm via Zoom

You are invited to fast and pray with us every Tuesday during the lunch hour. We will be using Isaiah 58 as our guiding text, and led through different prayer prompts each week, facilitated by Anne van Roden. 

Join the Lunch Break Prayer & Fasting Via Zoom
Tuesdays, 12:00 – 12:30pm:

https://zoom.us/j/92596696518?pwd=OFhCMjNPTUN3VEluQjVoOGtQZUdGdz09

Prayer Resources/Scripture/Invitations for this Week:
http://www.bethanypc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Fast-and-Pray-February-23-1.pdf

Contact Marisa Gronholz at marisag@bethanypc.org with any questions.



Lenten Sermon Series Study Guide

Prepare your mind and hearts by reading and reflecting on the scripture text prior to upcoming Sunday sermons, and engaging with the questions afterward.

Click Here to Download the Study Guide



Family Devotional – “Reflections on Prayer”

We hope you enjoy following this artistic devotional as a solo practice or with family members this Lent season. Week one starts on Ash Wednesday, February 17.  Each weekly session includes: scripture, reflection and discussion questions, an activity, coloring sheets, and a prayer. 

Although this is a digital booklet, feel free to print any pages at home. If you do not have the means to print, please contact Bianca at biancaq@bethanypc.org and we will print some of these pages at Bethany.

Click Here to Request this Download


Lenten Community Group
Sign-Up Now through February 19
Join an online Lenten Community Group led by Joel and Nina Shoop. This group will contemplate the weekly lectionary text, looking for life application using discussion questions and weekly Lenten themes. This is a great opportunity to check out small group life and to be in community! We will meet each Sunday evening of Lent beginning 2/21 – 3/21. Sign-ups open through February 19th. Contact Joel Shoop at joel@shoopgroup.com to sign up or for more information.


“THE VINE” ART INSTALLATION
by the Bethany Arts Committee

In the Christian Narrative, Jesus referred to himself as “the Vine” and his disciples as the branches. He alluded to wholeness by being connected to the vine and ultimately to bearing fruit.

On the lawn adjacent to Bethany Presbyterian Church, four towers appeared at the beginning of Advent, the season that marks the coming of Jesus into the world and we celebrate his birth on Christmas. Beginning on Ash Wednesday, Lent is a season of reflection and preparation before the celebrations of Easter. By observing the 40 days of Lent, Christians replicate Jesus Christ’s sacrifice and withdrawal into the desert for 40 days. Lent is marked by fasting, both from food and festivities. The culmination of the season is on Easter, when Jesus overcame death.

The metaphor of “the Vine” allows us to see change and growth. The Christian calendar takes us through a time of reflection and sacrifice that results in the ultimate celebration of Easter. Watch the “Vine” grow and change as we come toward Easter. It is not by chance that this Lenten time period coincides with the growth of Spring.

In this bleak COVID season, we can all use a little hope.  It is our hope that this little bit of change brings light and hope to your life and experience.






Maundy Thursday Service
April 1 at 6:30pm via Zoom

We will celebrate communion together during this online worship service, and will reflect on the final events of Jesus’ journey to the cross.



Good Friday Prayer Service
April 2 at 7:00pm via Zoom

We will be joining with Emerald City Bible Fellowship for a time of prayer.