No Doubt - Dont Speak

Mariah Carey - Without You

Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You

Ricky Martin - Private Emotion

Kelly Clarkson - Because Of You

Kansas - Dust In The Wind

James Blunt - Goodbye My Lover

Gotye - Somebody That I Used To Know

Enrique Iglesias - Hero

G5line Dion - My Heart Will Go On

Christina Aguilera - You Lost Me

Christina Aguilera - Hurt

Adele - Someone Like You

Toni Braxton - Un-Break My Heart

Guns N Roses - Dont Cry


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Lift your voices and sing!

Sunday, April 27th will be a hymn sing at Bethel. We will enjoy some favorite hymns–as well as some less familiar but moving ones–in addition to learning about the composers, traditions of the songs, theology of the lyrics and other interesting connections.


Hymn sing at Mary Marshall House

Please join Bethel on Saturday, May 17th at 4:00 p.m. at Mary Marshall House in Arlington for a hymn sing in honor of the late Robert Woosley, a long-time Bethel member and Mary Marshall resident.

Children of all ages are welcome. Please bring some cookies, brownies or other easy finger desserts for the residents.  Afterwards, we will gather at Bethel for pizza and a little fellowship time.

An outpouring of toiletries for Arlington’s Residential Program Center

In March Bethel held a very successful toiletry drive for those who find overnight shelter at Arlington’s Residential Program. Over the course of the five Sundays in March, we collected a total of 263 items–ranging from tooth­paste and toothbrushes to soap, shampoo and body lotion. Thanks to all who donated so generously.

Allelulia! Christ is risen

Join us as we celebrate Christ’s resurrection this Easter Sunday. Worship begins at 10 a.m., followed by Fellowship and an Easter egg hunt for children of all ages.

Serious cereal sharing!

Bethel is supporting the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) in 2014 with an emphasis on donation of low-sugar cereals. We have set a goal of donating 365 boxes of cereal during 2014–and are already nearly halfway toward our goal! For the month of March we collected 77 boxes–bringing our year-to-date total is already 172 boxes. We extend a sincere “thank you” not only to Bethel-ites but also to Children’s International School, which uses our building on weekdays, for donating so generously.

Over one-third of those in need whom AFAC serves are children, and a nutritious breakfast is vital for children to succeed in school. We invite anyone to help us help those in need. Donation boxes are just inside the church’s entrance each Sunday morning, and are located outside the church office weekdays.

“Lucky” St. Patrick’s Game Night

Join us Saturday, March 15, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm for an evening of fun and fellowship for all ages centered around the theme of St. Patrick’s Day and the “luck o’ the Irish.” Children will search for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and enjoy other activities. Bethel Game Nights are always a delight to all!

Current Bible study series

Our Wednesday evening study group on theology world views continues until Lent. We all view the world through our own understanding of God, Christ, the Spirit, humanity and end times. There are five basic understandings of theology through which we see the world. Join us Wednesdays 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm in the library February 26 for this series.

Bethel’s annual support of AFAC meets goal

Bethel had set a goal of donating 1,500 pounds of groceries to the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) during 2013–and we are proud to announce we met the goal. AFAC aids Arlingtonians in need by providing supplemental, nutritious food. AFAC currently distributes groceries to over 1,500 families every week. Over one-third of recipients are children.

Arlington Academy of Hope update

Bethel helped found Arlington Academy of Hope (AAH), a school in Uganda, nearly two decades ago. AAH Director John Wanda will be our guest preacher at our 10 a.m. Worship Sunday, January 12, to update us on the impressive progress that has occurred. All are welcome to this special service.

“Blue Christmas” Service Dec. 21

The Christmas season is hard for many of us. For people burdened by grief, broken relationships, loneliness, financial hardship, chaos and stress, it can be difficult to find joy in the lights, music, and celebrations of the Christmas season. You are not alone. Join us at 7 p.m. on Saturday, December 21st, the longest night of the year, for a service of pain and remembrance, comfort and hope.