We are rolling back the precaution level to LOW, beginning Sunday, January 3. What does this mean? Youth, Awana, and Sunday School will resume in full swing. For the 9:30 Worship Service, masks are recommended but not required. The physical barriers in the sanctuary rows have been removed but ask that you maintain physical distance between groups. Continue to follow basic precautions when in the church facility. If you have a fever or flu-like symptoms, stay home. Wash your hands regularly. Be respectful of others’ space. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We will continue to monitor the situation and adjust as needed. We look forward to returning to a “new normal” in 2021!

If you have any Covid-19 related questions, contact the State Health Department Hotline, 1-866-207-2880.

If you have any church-related questions, contact Pastor Bryce by email bryce@bethelfree.com or phone 701-662-3758, and he will get back to you as soon as possible.

God has not given us a spirit of fear but of power, love and of a sound mind! Let’s keep those in our church and community in prayer! Let’s love our neighbors and maintain the hope of Christ until His Glorious Return!

CARE: We are establishing Contact Trees to care for the physical and spiritual needs of one another during this time. Be in two-way communication. Stay Connected!
OUTREACH: We encourage you to communicate with friends, family, and neighbors during this time. Share and follow stories on our social media of sharing Christ in love and hope with others.
WORSHIP: We will be publishing a weekly Digital Liturgy to complement our music and livestream teaching. May your relationship with God grow through this time. 
REMEMBER: We ARE the church. The church gets to BE the church during this outbreak! Bethel is using this opportunity to improve its in-home disciple making  and its online ministry for adults, students, children & families. You are invited to participate and engage!
Head to our Online Resources page. Contact Us and our staff will do our best to serve you.


Do The Five

1 HANDS Wash them often 
2 ELBOW Cough into it
3 FACE Don’t touch it
4 SPACE Keep safe distance
5 HOME Stay if you can