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We hold community events about once a month. Check here for details of what's coming up soon. For more information use our contact form or call the church at 905-544-6848.

Little Bethel is located at 320 Paling Avenue, Hamilton

Dear Little Bethel Family,

I am writing to you concerning the steps Little Bethel Community Church’s leadership took on Sunday, March 15, 2020, concerning the sudden changes in the development of the COVID-19 virus.

We are a small congregation, but we have a significant number of members who are considered “vulnerable” due to either age or health or both. These are members who are vital to our community of faith and whom we want to love and protect in the following ways:

  • Little Bethel will be suspending church services and all activities at the church until further notice

 

  • Little Bethel will be having shortened streaming services on Sundays (details will follow)

 

  • I will be in contact with everyone via the phone each week to see how you are all doing

 

  • If you need support i.e. with getting groceries we have people available to help

We are not taking these measures because we are fearful of COVID-19 but rather as steps to care for those in our midst. Since many things remain uncertain at the moment, it is best to be wise.

Here are some helpful tips to protect yourself:

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If you have any questions, concerns or just want to talk or pray with someone don’t hesitate to contact me (289-698-0596) or one of the deacons (Curtis 905-537-8117 and Grace 905-317-7239).

Here are some resources to keep up-dated on COVID-19:

City of Hamilton Coronavirus Information Page
Health Canada Coronavirus Information Page
Canadian Government’s Risk-Informed Gathering Assessment

Since we are encouraged to be inside more than outside here are some helpful videos for movement recommended by McMaster University:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ev6yE55kYGw&mc_cid=a66f3627a1&mc_eid=0c703f2f25

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_GPWLlQVMw&mc_cid=a66f3627a1&mc_eid=0c703f2f25

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFhG-ZzLNN4&mc_cid=a66f3627a1&mc_eid=0c703f2f25

Keep safe and infused with His peace,

Debbie Iversen                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Pastor ll Little Bethel Community Church

 

 

 

 

Hello Little Bethel Family,

 
I hope you were able to enjoy the first day of spring today, which came with lots of sunshine. That is definitely good for the soul. 
 
In these days of social isolation, we want to find new ways of connecting with each other. So, tomorrow Sunday, March 22nd, 2020 at 10:30 am, we will be having our first live stream. This means while the session is on you will be able to text in prayer requests to my cell 289-698-0596 while the clip is live (this will only work if you have a cell phone). Once it is done you will still be able to view it but you won't be able to text in prayer requests.
 
So what do you have to do?
 
- This link will take you directly to the starting page:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgIABWLNiX7kdZo02gCJXIA  Once the streaming begins you will see Sunday, March 22 "now live" and you click on it to view.
 
OR
 
- If the link doesn't work go onto youtube: https://www.youtube.com/
 
- Then search for Little Bethel Community Church and you should find our page.
   There should already be a Welcome video of 16 seconds you can view.
 
You will also be able to find this information on our website: Littlebethel.ca and on our FB page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1400654626864541/ You will have to join to be able to read the information.
 
One more thing, I would like to remind you that during these very socially isolating times is important to connect with each other by phone, Facebook, messaging, skyping etc. Even though we may be isolated, this will remind us that we are not alone. I especially would like to ask you to reach out to Dorothy, Pam and Terry Ann because they only have landlines and cannot be reached by texts or anything online. If you would reach out to these people I think it would make a world of difference to them.
 
Remember you are not alone and you are dearly loved.
Debbie Iversen
 
 
 
 

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