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Bethel News

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Join us Sundays for an Adult Bible Study of “What We Believe.” This ten part study is based on Part I of Randy Frazee’s book Believe.[Offsite Link] It is not necessary to buy the book; however, feel free to bring a Bible. This video study is led by Pastor Ben. Read more!

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Pastor Ben leads the evening with the 1966 documentary film, A Time for Burning[Offsite Link], in the next First Wednesday Speaker Series, June 7. And enjoy a catered dinner! Read the details. If you plan to come, we really need to know. Please RSVP here[Offsite Link].

Maker Fun Factory VBS

Mark your calendars! Vacation Bible School Maker Fun Factory is July 10–14. Registration is open! Preschool VBS is now full. There is still room in the elementary age group, but spots are filling quickly. Please contact Kathy Arnold (Registrar@bethelcupertino.org) if you wish to put your child on the waitlist.

Monterey

Sign up for an Out ’n About trip! Next is a trip to Monterey on Jun 24. Read more details and sign up in the Welcome Zone on Sunday or on the Out ’n About page.

Bethel’s Young Adults group has published a new schedule of events for Apr–Oct. Courtney & Joel hope you will join them for some of them!

The annual independent report[PDF Document] of Bethel’s FY2016 finances is now available.

Learn about being a Jesus Loving Llama. Be bold for Jesus! Read more on our Llama page!


What’s Been Happening

Thanks to the leadership of Tom Hoegel, Bethel Lutheran Church & School achieved Green Business Certification[Offsite Link], presented by the mayor of Cupertino in a ceremony May 16.

May 14 was Mother’s Day. In Kid Connection, we not only talked about our Moms and how special they are to us but also the other important women in our life who have impacted us positively in our faith journey — especially those here at Bethel.

Apr 30 was iServe Sunday at Bethel. This crew washed 143 mats at the HomeFirst[Offsite Link] shelter in Sunnyvale. Other projects included blanket making, letter writing, the assembly of hygiene kits and clean up at Calabazas Creek.