Programs and Missions
Programs That Equip Disciples
New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church believes that nothing is more important than passing on a lively faith in Jesus Christ to the next generation. Our Faith and Discipleship classes are available for all ages, from toddlers to adults. Faith and Discipleship classes run from September through May from 9:40 to 10:45 am. Click on the link to learn about our classes and teachers!
Faith at the Fireside
Faith at the Fireside is a seasonal, casual, and informal gathering that takes place at our outdoor chapel. All are welcomed to join us for a time of worship, prayer, Scripture reading, and fellowship. Come as you are and gather round the fire as we grow in our faith in meaningful ways!
Learning and growing in the Word of God is an essential part of our journey of faith. Bible studies and other opportunities to grow together are offered throughout the year.
Our Women's Fellowship Group (affectionally called "Chicks" by some members of the group) meet at the church for prayer, devotion, mutual support, and mission.
Camp Lambec (Camps Wet N Wild and Wetter N Wilder)
Our pastor and members of our church help to plan and lead the week of summer camp at Camp Lambec every year in late June.
Wet-N-Wild (Age: entering 3rd - 6th grade)
Wetter-N-Wilder (Age: entering 7th - 12th grade)
Dive into God’s Word and experience God’s presence along with the fun on Lake Erie. Enjoy water games and all of your favorite camp activities, mega-water slide, recreation, campfires, worship, fun, and a trip to Waldameer Water World.
Click on the link above to learn the dates, register, or receive additional information.
Local Missions That Impact Our Community
The Little Free Pantry
Our Board of Deacons and Mission and Evangelism Ministry Team work together to provide a "little free pantry". This pantry is located in our side parking lot. Anyone welcomed to take whatever grocery items they need from the pantry.
The Ladle and the Hearth is a soup kitchen located in the Saint John's Lutheran Church in Ambridge. Dinner is prepared and served by partner churches and organizations each week. Our congregation has been a partner church with The Ladle since 2009. We serve [at least] quarterly.
International Missions That Impact the World
Long Term Missionaries
New Bethlehem Presbyterian Church supports two long-term missionaries who serve in the Middle East. They are humble servants of the Lord sharing His gospel in an undisclosed location.
Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization. It's mission is to provide local partners around the world with shoeboxes filled with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies as a means of reaching out to children in their own communities with the Good News of Jesus Christ. These simple gifts are shipepd outside the United States to children affected by war, poverty, natural disaster, famine, and disease; and to children living on Native American reservations in the U.S. Each year, our congregation packs and ships many boxes. It's a worthwhile and rewarding mission and we have a lot of fun in the process!
The Phillip House is a Christian organization dedicated to improving the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of disadvantaged children and teenagers and their families (including those from the Roma population) through educational support, social and medical assistance, psychological counseling, and extracurricular activities. Our programs are designed to effectively address the complex needs facing the children and their families.
We help to support Hopewell Township native, Noah Repman, who serves as a missionary through VCF. He shares the gospel to college students on campuses through VCF.