Category Archives: COMMUNITY



Sat. Nov. 4, 10am-1pm

We will have crafts, baked goods, White Elephant Table and Penny Table, as well as the traditional grab-barrel for the kids. Come shop for yourself, do some Christmas shopping and stay and have lunch. We will have our regular favorites, soup, croquettes and boerenkool available while supplies last.

The ladies at Knit & Chat have been busy!

Everyone is invited.


In the Spring and Autumn, Bethel Church helps the local community with yard clean-up.

For those SERVING: please come out and join us as we serve our community by helping our neighbours tidy up after the long winter.

The following is scheduled and may change.

FALL Clean-up: Sat., Oct 28, 2017, 8:30am-12:30pm
SPRING Clean-up: Sat, April 14, 2018, 8:30am-12:30pm

For those DESIRING clean-up email

Dan Bremnes in Concert: Oct 22

Click HERE to purchase tickets and family packs.

5-time Covenant Award Winner Dan Bremnes is coming to Bethel on Sun Oct. 22. Perfect for the whole family! Tickets are $10 each and a family pass is $30 (up to 6 people). Doors open at 6:30pm and the concert is at 7pm.
You don’t want to miss this special night of worship as one of Canada’s brightest stars in Christian music shares his hit songs in lifting up the name of Jesus.


Sat 14 October, 8:30-9:30 am

For $3 (to cover cost), you can enjoy an hour of good Christian fellowship over a breakfast of coffee, toast & eggs. Invite a neighbor… it’s a perfect time to build community and to get to know others. Feel free to join us.

Contact Jake Adema if you have any questions or if you want to help out: 905-877-4080

Men’s Breakfast runs on the second Saturday, monthly from September to June.


Tuesdays 7 pm, Sep 26 to Apr 2018

To Register


Registration night:
Thurs., Sept 14, 7-8:45 pm if paying by cheque or cash.

Fun, fast paced Boys Scout type club for boys grades 2-8.

Link to Calvinist Cadets website
Link to Calvinist Cadets website

Cadets is a fun, fast paced club which is similar to Boy Scouts in many ways, Cadets has the added dimension of being Christian. We enjoy many special events such as camp outs, pizza parties, bowling, gym nights, and the Cadet-O-Rama. The goal of Cadetting is to help boys grow spiritually in all areas of life (devotional, mental, physical and social) by providing Christian male councilors, together with a uniquely designed structure, program and materials.


There is a lot of enthusiasm on the part of young boys to begin their journey through the Cadet programs. They’ve heard their older brothers or older boys in the community talk about the camp outs, crafts, Bible lessons, and service projects, and they are READY! Junior Cadets taps this enthusiasm with a “hit the ground running” type of program. The materials are comprehensive but concise. They are designed to effectively channel the energy of boys in grades 2 – 3 (ages 7 to 8-year-olds).
Explorer – for 2nd graders
Adventurer – for 3rd graders


For boys in grades 4 – 8 (ages 9 – 13)


Here is the heart of the Cadet organization. Boys and their counselors working side by side on Bible lessons, Christian service projects, outdoor activities (camping, cycling, hiking, canoeing, and much more), and working on merit badge projects — selecting from a wide range of interests and skills.
More than 95 merit badges are offered in this program. The counselor challenges, guides, encourages, listens, and counsels the boys as an expression of God’s love.

The typical club will be made up of several small groups of about five or six boys called cadres. Each cadre will be lead by a counselor.

For information about Cadets, email Gord Furzer and
Kevin Kamminga at


Connecting together, connecting with God

The Small Groups Ministry of Bethel

What is a small group? A small group is a bunch of people (approx. 6 -12) who meet regularly to learn more about God/The Bible/Christianity or to go out and serve. Our goal as a ministry is to provide various opportunities for people to grow in their faith and understanding, all the while connecting together and connecting with God.

Our small group ministry is a vital part of life here at Bethel.

Our groups are as unique as the people in them. There are groups that prefer DVD style studies, some that prefer more in-depth, verse by verse Bible study, and some that serve the community.

For more information, see the “Exploring Small Groups” brochure in PDF format.

Link to Connections Small Groups
Link to Connections Small Groups


Wednesdays, 9:15-11:15am

New series starts Sept 13, 2017.

This group gathers weekly to discover and learn what God says to us through His Word. This fall we will be focusing our study on the gospel of John – a personal account of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection as told by one of his closest disciples. All women are welcome, including their children.

Childcare is provided for those 2 yrs and under and Little Lambs for those over 2 yrs. We start at 9:30 am, but we suggest you come at 9:15 for a more relaxed start with a coffee or tea.

For further information, please contact Bethel Church, Acton at 519-853-2121.


MON OCT 30, 10 AM

 Are you free to play cards or table games?
Join in on the fun.

YOY is usually the last Monday of each month at 10am from Sept to June.

For more information call Joanne Feenstra 519-853-2147.
EVERYONE IS INVITED! Come once or come often.


Thursdays, 10:30-12:30 pm

Geared for pregnant woman until baby is 6 months old.

Free. Join anytime. Year round. Daycare available for children up to and including age 4.
  • Enjoy a healthy meal in a friendly environment
  • Meet new friends
  • Learn about a healthy pregnancy
  • Get parenting help
  • Speak with a public health nurse and a registered dietitian
  • Receive free vouchers to access: prenatal vitamines, vitamin D, Halton Fresh Food Box
  • Receive transportation if needed

For more information visit:  or  dial 311



SAT, OCT 7, 9-10am

Churchill Community Church

14406 3 Line, Acton

SAT, NOV 4, 9-10am

Trinity United Church

70 Mill St E, Acton

SAT, DEC 2, 9-10am

Knox Presbyterian Church

44 Main St N, Acton