Bethel Lutheran Church
Religious Organization in Roseville, CA
Set up in 1946, Bethel has deep roots in the local community through its involvement with organizations such as the St. Vincent's Feeding Program, the Lazarus Project and St. John's Women and Children's Shelter. Visit one of our worship gatherings and you will find a huge range of folks in attendance. We take to heart God's call to be a community of believers and welcome all people regardless of background or situation. We pride ourselves on our casualness and work tight to supply an welcoming atmosphere.
Bethel Lutheran Church
read more9:00am -- Come as you are! Bring your questions! Join us in a relaxed, yet reverent worship celebration. You are welcome wherever you may be on your faith journey. Sunday worship bulletin available on our News page. Your faithful giving means the world to us! Please continue to give as you are able.
read moreMinistry is a term for how we live out what we believe and is at the heart of what we do. Ministry Teams are small groups of people dedicated to serving a specific need. These groups set their own meeting schedules and agendas. Anyone with an idea for a ministry is invited to gather a group and begin serving after a brief conversation with Pastor Cindy. Listed below are major ministry categories -- on their individual pages you'll find more details about life at Bethel.
read moreWe worship One who is revealed to us in three ways, Creator, Son, and Holy Spirit. God is the Creator of the Universe and all that is in it. God's Son, Jesus, is both human and divine. Jesus came to live on Earth as a human to show us how to live as people loved by God. There is nothing we can do or say to earn God's love - Jesus' death and resurrection did it for us. Salvation is a gift. Believing is a gift. Heaven is a gift. We call this gift: Grace.
read moreJoin us each Sunday morning at 9:00am. Worship is a chance for us to MEET together and be in the presence of the One who always comes down to us - to dwell with us in the midst of our sorrows, joys, fears, guilt, frustrations, and celebrations. As we worship we PRAY - and hear anew God's Word and gain strength for our time away from worship. We leave the sanctuary filled with the blessed assurance that we are loved unconditionally. It is this LOVE that we take with us from this place and into the world as we seek to do God's will among God's people, mirroring our Creator's compassion and grace.