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Young Adults

       Ready to start your life?
                      Start in the Word, and with lasting friendships.



We are blessed to have many Young Adults (college age & up) at Bethany! We want to involve you in all aspects of our church life. From attending our services to being actively involved in the community life and ministries of the church, there’s a place for you! We do not want you to just sit on the sidelines. Come, attend the services and experience what God has for you, But don’t stop there!

We have a few options for Bethany Young Adult Grow Groups that meet each week on Sunday's. We would love to have you come join us. All are welcome and we love to have new people join us! We meet starting at 5:30 p.m. and go until the last person leaves. We have dinner together, hangout, play games, pray, have discussion on spiritual issues and seek to support each other as a community. We post an event page for our group each week on our Bethany Young Adults Facebook Page.

We also have other events taking place and would love for you to be a part of them. Watch to see what is happening next. Event information is also found at the Bethany Young Adults Facebook Page. It’s our digital hub for connecting and setting up future events!

If you want more information about our Bethany Young Adult Ministry contact David Baxley, Worship Pastor/Young Adult Pastor at the church office (608) 781-2466, ext 207. 

Also if you are looking for ways to get involved at Bethany just go to the Volunteer Opportunities Page and see what might be a good fit for you. Contact the lead person in that ministry to get more information and to see how God might use you to impact others. Greeting; Ushering; Acting in KIDstuf; Worship Team; Tech Team; Helping with our Youth; Teaching teens; Teaching children; Women’s Bible studies; Men’s events; Grow Groups; are just a few examples of how you can be a part of the church and help make a lasting impact into the lives of others. We want you to fit right into the community at Bethany.

Glad to have you here!