To locate classrooms, see an interior map of the North Campus.
Age-specific classes for children & youth are offered during the 2019–20 school year on September 15–May 17, with holiday breaks on December 1, 22 & 29, and April 12.
Family Registration & Check-In
Parents, please register your child(ren) for activities in Nursery–Grade 12. When you arrive, come to a Check-In Kiosk so we can greet you and print a name tag for each student.
Rooms B301, B303, B305, B307
Nursery care for children (birth–age 3) is offered during worship services.
Preschool–Grade 5 Classes
9–10:20am, various rooms in Hallway A & B
Classrooms open at 8:45am.
11am–12:20pm, various rooms in Hallway A & B
Classrooms open at 10:45am.
In age-specific classes, worship leaders, small group leaders, and teachers encourage children to grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ and God’s word. Children participate in activities, songs, and stories as they learn together. Parents of students in Grade 4 and younger, please escort your children to their classrooms and promptly pick them up when class is finished.
Grades 6–12 Classes
11am–12:20pm, various rooms in hallway C & D
Middle & Senior High students gather for fellowship, teaching, and small group discussion on various topics.
9–10:30am, Rooms C402, C404 (meets year-round)
This adult class meets year round to build relationships through expository teaching of the Word with discussion and practical application in today's world. Our class also unites around the celebration of fellowship through hymns, prayer, and support of missions.
Commending & Defending
9–10:30am, Sept 15–May 17, Room D502
Come to this class to learn more about celebrating and defending Christian belief in God. Through the year, we will consider arguments for the existence of God, the resurrection of Jesus, the problem of evil, and postmodernism. Leader: Justin Daeley
9–10:30am, Sept 15–May 17, Room A200
Christian Essentials is designed to equip adults with the core understanding and values necessary to sustain growth and faith in Jesus Christ, overflowing into a fruitful lifetime of ministry, whether in one’s own neighborhood, in the local church, or on the mission field. Adults will engage with the distinctives and theology of Bethlehem Baptist Church. Leader: Mike Rusten
9–10:45am, Room D500 (meets year-round, varied summer dates)
Adults of all ages gather for biblical teaching, discussion, and fellowship. Topics vary.
9–10:30am, September 15–May 17, Room B309
Adults with cognitive disabilities gather to grow in the knowledge and grace of God through worship, Bible study, prayer, crafts, fellowship, and service.
Young Marrieds: Becoming One—Together
9:15–10:30am, September 15–May 17, Room D504
Join married couples in their 20s & 30s who are endeavoring to build a strong, supportive community.
10–10:45am, August 25–mid May, Room D505 (Gym)
Connect with college-age students and discuss relevant topics together.
Getting Acquainted With Bethlehem
11am–12:15pm, September 15–May 17, Room A200
New to Bethlehem? Come get to know our pastors and ministry leaders and learn about our church. Those who attend all seven (non-sequential) classes fulfill the curriculum requirement for becoming a covenant member. Begin any time!
11am–12:15pm, September 15–May 17, Room D502
Adults of all ages gather for biblical teaching, community, prayer, and worship. Teachers: Brian Hanson, Tom Boyer
All Nations Fellowship
11am–12:30pm, September 15–May 17, Room D504
Join us for multiethnic fellowship, teaching, outreach, and discipleship through Bible lessons, missions speakers, and sermon-based discussions. If you’ve come to the U.S. from another nation or if you have a heart for the nations, this class is for you!
Parenting Through the Years
11am–12:30pm, September 15–May 17, Room D500
Parents learn to apply the message and ministry of reconciliation through Christ as they lead their children. Leaders: Mark & Andrya Dieter