• Coronavirus Statement - 13th July 2020

    • Online church will be live on YouTube each week Facebook Live:- Sunday 10:45am and Wednesday from 6.30pm
    • Livewires Online - available on YouTube at 7.00am every Sunday
    • During the period of the Pandemic we will be reading through the Gospel of Luke as a church. To help in this each day at 10:00am a Pastor will post on Bethel’s Facebook Page their thoughts concerning the day’s passage, and we want to encourage everyone to join this reading programme. 
    • Each Thursday we will be praying for different areas in connection with the pandemic - see our social media channels for details.
    • If you have any prayer requests (& answers to prayers) please send them to Anita as usual, email them to: prayer@bethelpontyclun.org or phone the office on 01443 228283.

    Foodbank is still operational, contact foodbank@bethelpontyclun.org between 9am and 1pm, Monday to Friday for more information

    If you are able, and normally give to Bethel, please continue to do so using the details below, with the refence 'tithes'
    Sort Code: 30-91-18. Account Number: 02379772. If you would like to give specifically to those in financial need at this time, please use the same bank details, but using the reference 'HELP'

    We can also take card payments at https://www.give.net/20031938 

Older People

Retirement from employment opens up many new opportunities to serve in the Church. We are grateful that those who are technically ‘retired’ play an active role in the various ministries of the church from helping in administration and children’s work, to looking after the buildings and the grounds, Foodbank, and much more.

There are also opportunities for the more mature to gather for various activities and mutual support.

Silver Lining

Tuesdays 2.30pm
This is a great opportunity for the more mature community to get together, worship God with some hymns and have a short message given by various speakers.
(once a month, meets at David’s Court, a nearby residential complex for a time of fellowship.)

Craft Group

Mondays, 2pm
The craft-makers gather to share creative ideas and enjoy afternoon tea.

Kerith (small group)

Wednesdays, 2pm
A small group for those who find evening meetings difficult to get to.

A More Traditional Service

Sundays, 4pm
We have a quieter service for those who are less keen on drums!

All these are opportunities to make connections which help to enhance the relationships of mutual care and concern which is an underlying culture of the church. So, if you are a retired silver surfer, or simply have the time, start networking today.
Silver Lining Meeting
Silver Lining at David's Court