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Frequently Asked Questions



When do you meet?

Sunday mornings we meet at 10 a.m. (Sunday School – all ages) and 11 a.m.   (Worship service/         Children’s Church). Wednesday evening bible study begins at 7 p.m.. Each month on the 2nd Wednesday we meet for a dedicated hour of prayer at 7 p.m.. Please contact the church office at 512.346.4770 for more information.

Where are you located?

In Northwest Austin at 4420 Duval Road in between Burnet Road and Research Blvd.

Where do I go when I get there?

Different ages attend classes in different areas of the church. As you enter the Lobby you will meet a Greeter who will help direct you where you need to go.

What about my kids?

Bethel offers age-appropriate classes for your children from newborns to high school seniors. Ask a Greeter on your first day with us and we will help everyone in your family find their class! Nursery & Preschool childcare are available for most events and activities (contact the church office for more   information).

What is the church like?

Whether you’ve been around church your entire life or you are just checking things out, Bethel is a place for you. Every Sunday is a day filled with faith, hope and love. The time passes quickly as we    connect with each other, find answers to our questions and discover God’s will for our lives. A warm    welcome, a relaxed atmosphere, friendly smiles, great contemporary music, personal testimonies,      heartfelt prayers and dynamic messages based on God’s Word await you at Bethel. The members and attendees of Bethel are all ages and in all stages of life. Feel free to come dressed as you like; most       people are comfortable in business casual or casual clothes.

How does someone become a Christian?

Becoming a Christian is a life-changing experience. The Bible tells us that God loves us and wants to have a personal and everlasting relationship with us. Unfortunately, the Bible also tells us that our sin separates us from God and leaves us spiritually inept. While many choose to depend upon what they can do themselves and mistakenly believe they can live good enough to win God’s favor and approval, there is a different choice, a better choice we can make. Jesus Christ, through his death on the cross and resurrection three days later, has already paid the price for our sins. God promises forgiveness and eternal life to everyone who will simply and sincerely believe in Jesus. Believing can be explained as trusting in another, instead of depending upon what you can do.